LGBTQ Faculty & Staff Alliance at USC

In partnership with the USC LGBT Resource Center and USC Lambda LGBT Alumni Association, the LGBTQ Alliance aims to provide a network that explores, promotes and supports the personal and professional issues related to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer employees at USC. All current employees that identify as LGBTQ are encouraged to join.Click here to sign up!

Join friends and colleagues for our monthly get-together.Thursday, May 29th12:00 p.m.Nazarian PavillionThis is a BYOF (Buy Your Own Food) and meet us at the table with the USC pom-poms.

Join friends and colleagues for our monthly get-together.

Thursday, May 29th
12:00 p.m.
Nazarian Pavillion

This is a BYOF (Buy Your Own Food) and meet us at the table with the USC pom-poms.


USC Lambda’s HomecomingOut TailgateSaturday, November 16, 2013 | TBDAlumni Park, USCWe are USC Lambda and we are PUMPED for Homecoming and our annual HomecomingOut Tailgate. Return to campus on a Saturday and reconnect with your fellow Trojans and friends from USC Lambda.  After the tailgate, join thousands of alumni from all over and cheer on the Trojans in the LA Coliseum as they battle their rivals from the north, Stanford. More information at:alumni.usc.edu/homecomingoutAll event proceeds benefit the USC Lambda scholarship endowment, which provides scholarships to LGBT and Ally Trojans in perpetuity

USC Lambda’s
HomecomingOut Tailgate
Saturday, November 16, 2013 | TBD
Alumni Park, USC

We are USC Lambda and we are PUMPED for Homecoming and our annual HomecomingOut Tailgate. Return to campus on a Saturday and reconnect with your fellow Trojans and friends from USC Lambda.  After the tailgate, join thousands of alumni from all over and cheer on the Trojans in the LA Coliseum as they battle their rivals from the north, Stanford. More information at:
alumni.usc.edu/homecomingout

All event proceeds benefit the USC Lambda scholarship endowment, which provides scholarships to LGBT and Ally Trojans in perpetuity

What Matters to Me & WhyWednesday, 11/6/1312 pm to 12:50 pmGround Zero Performance CafeIt is with deep sadness that we must share that Vincent Vigil has decided to step down as Director of LGBT Resource Center.  During his time at USC, Vincent helped build the LGBT Resource Center into one of the most respected LGBT offices in the U.S.  To add, Vincent helped create a more open, welcoming and supportive community for all LGBTQ students, staff, alumni and allies on campus.To show our support and thank him for all his work, we are asking you to join us for the “What Matters to Me & Why” session he will be speaking at. We hope to see you there!

What Matters to Me & Why
Wednesday, 11/6/13
12 pm to 12:50 pm

Ground Zero Performance Cafe

It is with deep sadness that we must share that Vincent Vigil has decided to step down as Director of LGBT Resource Center.  During his time at USC, Vincent helped build the LGBT Resource Center into one of the most respected LGBT offices in the U.S.  To add, Vincent helped create a more open, welcoming and supportive community for all LGBTQ students, staff, alumni and allies on campus.

To show our support and thank him for all his work, we are asking you to join us for the “What Matters to Me & Why” session he will be speaking at. 

We hope to see you there!

OUTList 2013Deadline to Register: Sept. 27, 2013http://sait.usc.edu/lgbt/outlist/
In commemoration of National Coming Out Day on October 11, USC’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community has published the OUTList in the Daily Trojan for the past 15 years.  The OUTList features names of LGBT! and Ally students, faculty, staff and alumni who advocate for a safe and respectful environment for every member of the USC community.We hope you join our efforts.

OUTList 2013
Deadline to Register: Sept. 27, 2013
http://sait.usc.edu/lgbt/outlist/

In commemoration of National Coming Out Day on October 11, USC’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community has published the OUTList in the Daily Trojan for the past 15 years.  The OUTList features names of LGBT! and Ally students, faculty, staff and alumni who advocate for a safe and respectful environment for every member of the USC community.

We hope you join our efforts.

MEMBER SPOTLIGHTJose Luis HernandezSenior Assistant Director, SAP/LoansOffice of Financial AidHow long have you been at USC?7 yearsWhat is your favorite thing to do?My favorite thing to do on campus is finding a nice cool place to sit down on a sunny afternoon enjoying a nice cup o Joe.  Off campus, I enjoy reading (mostly comic books), hiking and catching up on my stories.

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
Jose Luis Hernandez
Senior Assistant Director, SAP/Loans
Office of Financial Aid

How long have you been at USC?
7 years

What is your favorite thing to do?
My favorite thing to do on campus is finding a nice cool place to sit down on a sunny afternoon enjoying a nice cup o Joe.  Off campus, I enjoy reading (mostly comic books), hiking and catching up on my stories.

A Conversation with Jason CollinsSeptember 9, 2013 | 4-6 PMMayer Auditorium (HSC)The Keck School of Medicine of USC Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer Series bring a A Conversation with Jason Collins to USC.This conversation will explore, among other issues, the role publicity surrounding Jason’s announcement can play in helping reduce discrimination against members of the LGBT community.To RSVP, please click here.Enter Code: Collins

A Conversation with Jason Collins
September 9, 2013 | 4-6 PM
Mayer Auditorium (HSC)

The Keck School of Medicine of USC Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer Series bring a A Conversation with Jason Collins to USC.

This conversation will explore, among other issues, the role publicity surrounding Jason’s announcement can play in helping reduce discrimination against members of the LGBT community.

To RSVP, please click here.
Enter Code: Collins