We are the Gender Identity-Expression Sexual Orientation Resource Center. Located on the fourth floor of the CUB 401, we are the main resource center for queer students on the WSU-Pullman Campus. If you have any questions or media inquires please contact Tyler Laferriere at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located on the fourth floor of the Compton Union Building in room 401, we are the main resource center for queer students on the WSU-Pullman Campus. If you have any general questions or media inquiriesplease e-mail Tyler Laferriere at email@example.com
The Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center is excited to announce Washington State University’s annual Lavender Graduation ceremony. This ceremony highlights the academic and personal achievements of the LGBTQ and Allied students graduating in the spring, summer or fall of 2017. Washington State University campus. Our Lavender Graduation celebration will be hald at Banyans on the Ridge on April 14th. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for a cash bar Social Hour and Silent Auction. Our Program will begin at 7 p.m.
Join us as we celebrate the achievements of our LGBTQ and Ally students. We will also announce the annual Dlugosh-McKee Scholarship recipient and recognize our outstanding allies. This event also features our annual Silent Auction, the proceeds of which contribute to many of GIESORC's activities. Finally, we are thrilled to feature Jeff Dodge, associate dean and professor at the University of Idaho College of Law, as our keynote speaker for the evening.
Parents, family, friends and other guests are welcome and encouraged to attend. Hearty hors d'oeuvres will be served, and a no host bar will be featured with beer and wine for purchase.
We look forward to seeing you as we celebrate our graduates!
The GIESORC hosts many events throughout the school year. One of our reoccurring events is the Community Lunch. Featured to the left, are GIESORC students enjoying the soup and sandwiches at this event. Students, faculty, staff and community members come to the GIESORC on these days to network and socialize with one another.