LGBTQ Groups at Hopkins

We're proud to have robust and involved LGBTA groups at each of our campuses. If you have corrections or additional resources to list here, email lgbtq@jhu.edu to let us know.

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LGBTA Student Groups at Hopkins

The Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance (DSAGA) is the LGBTA undergraduate student organization on the Homewood Campus. Everyone (grads and undergraduates alike) is welcome to attend meetings held every Monday at 9PM in Mattin 160.

Out in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (oSTEM) is a national student society dedicated to increasing the participation of people who identify with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or ally (LGBTQA) communities in disciplines related to science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM). Meetings are held every other Tuesday at 6pm in Gillman 119.

The Gertrude Stein Society is an organization for LGBTA members of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, including the Schools of Nursing, Public Health and Medicine.  Email GSS at gertrudesteinsociety@gmail.com.

PRISM (formerly known as the Peabody GSA) is an advocacy group at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University for those in the LGBTQ spectrum. PRISM meets most Thursdays at 9 pm in Peabody Classroom B.

SAIS Pride is for LGBTQ students and allies at SAIS to come together, share ideas, and be part of a community.

Carey Pride supports LGBTQ students / staff and straight allies who are promoting a stronger community for LGBTQ individuals at Carey Business School, through social events professional development.

We are working to gather graduate students in and around Homewood to join the LGBTQA grad group. Join the listserv here!

 

Other LGBTA Groups at Hopkins

The LGBT Working Group consists of JHSPH faculty, staff, students, and alumni who are committed to strengthening LGBT public health research and practice at JHSPH with the broader aim of contributing to research and public health practice in this area. The Working Group is committed to addressing and improving LGBT health status and health equity locally, nationally, and internationally. Contact Dan Siconolfi for more information.

Housed within The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins Health System, The Network of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Employees and Supporters seeks to create a welcoming and affirming environment for LGBT employees, patients, families, and friends. Contact Greg Rex for more information.

The Applied Physics Lab hosts Allies in the Workplace, which advocates for a non-discriminatory and diverse working environment, and specifically for issues of importance to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and supporters. Contact Max Crownover for more information. And check out their article on National Coming Out Day.

We have started a listserv for Homewood LGBTQA staff and faculty. Sign up here!

 

LGBTA Alumni at Hopkins

JHU Pride is the network for LGBTA alumni at Hopkins. Find them on Facebook and Twitter!