The Summer issue of the GLBTRT Newsletter is now available, with the conference schedule that includes not-to-be-missed information such as the social and GLBTRT programming. Also in the newsletter are details about the round table’s new leadership as well as how you can contribute to the LGBT world by participating in the Buddy Program, studies, etc. Especially important is GLBTRT members’ feedback to the proposed changes in the DSM-5.
Dana Rudolph talks about the SEED program, and Carolyn Caywood from Virginia Beach describes their community GSA. “GLBT Student Groups in Graduate Schools” is the focus of this issue’s article from Jarred Wilson. And of course, there is the book news and the regular book reviews, thanks to the round table’s own reviewers and their editor, Jesse Nachem.
Thanks to everyone who contributed and keep the news coming to firstname.lastname@example.org!