GSC Care Packages
GSC First Thursday: Bob Ross Party!
GSC First Thursday: Disney Villains Trivia!
January 7th at 7:00 pm. Mirror on the wall, who knows Disney villains best of all? Costumes encouraged! Win prizes! Join the trivia night via Instagram Live @Brandeis_GSC. All welcome.
One-On-One SupportOur Director Julián Cancino (he/him/his) is an out of proud LGBTQ+ person of color. Mr. Cancino is available to meet with students, faculty, or staff seeking affirming resources, needing a caring presence in a difficult moment, or community celebration in times of joy. To schedule a one-on-with the Director, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are ways to remain connected to the GSC:
Staff Training: Positive Youth Development in Times of Crisis
Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and post-election resources requires educators to provide effective and intentional student-focused support. Akané Kousaka, LICSW, will review key elements of the Positive Youth Development framework and share approaches on supporting students in times of crisis. Participants will understand identity as a strength, not a risk factor, and adapt student-centered approaches to our current moment. Sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs, Brandeis Counseling Center, International Student and Scholars Office, and Gender and Sexuality Center.
GSC First Fridays: Netflix Party!
Join the GSC for our First Friday movie night! As a way to destress after this hectic election week, we will be coming together over zoom and netflix party to watch The Lovebirds and bond as a community! We hope to see you there! More info on Instagram @Brandeis_GSC.
John Lewis: Good Trouble
Thursday, October 1st at 5 PM via Zoom
Join Dawn Porter, Director of John Lewis: Good Trouble, for a conversation on art and activism with Chad Williams of the African and African American Studeis Department and John David Linde, CEO of Participant. Sponsored by AAAS, Department of History, Film, Television, and Interactive Media Program, and the Wasserman Endowment.
"Researching Intimate Partner Violence in Transgender Lives"
Wednesday, October 7th at 12 PM via Zoom
Sociology Professor Xavier Guadalupe-Diaz will present on academic research and publication at the intersection of violence and gender. Co-Presented with PARC and sponsored by the Sociology Department, Anthropology Department, and Latin American and Latino Studies. This GSC Lunch and Learn ally training for faculty and staff is open to graduate students engaged in research. All are welcome.