2016 CLGBTA Award Winners
Val DuMontier New Professional – Chelsea Fullerton, Lehigh University
Outstanding Service – Mark Chung Kwan Fan, Saint Louis University
Research Recognition – Reginald Blockett, Indiana University Bloomington
Public Service – Pat Tetreault, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Congratulations to Our Newly Elected Members of the CLGBTA!
Director of Convention Programs
Director of Development
Todd C. Snovel
Director of Administration
Vice Chair for Administration
Mark Chung Kwan Fan
Paul Hart Memorial Fund Scholarship
Hello ACPA membership! As you are making plans for the 2016 ACPA Annual Convention in Montreal, we are releasing our annual application for the Paul Hart AIDS Memorial Fund Scholarship. The Paul Hart AIDS Memorial Fund Scholarship is now available to members of ACPA to support attendance of professionals at the 2016 ACPA Annual Convention. The Paul Hart Scholarship is administered by the Coalition for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Awareness (CLGBTA) within ACPA: College Student Educators International.
The Paul Hart AIDS Memorial Fund Scholarship was established in 1995 to provide scholarships for ACPA members who are either living with HIV/AIDS, or have a family member, dependent, partner, spouse, or child living with HIV/AIDS so that they may attend the Annual Convention. Scholarship funds are made available from Paul Hart's estate, and donations that are received year-round. Scholarships are awarded to those individuals who would not be able to attend the Annual Convention without such financial assistance.
Please click here for more information and to access the application form. Application forms are due by 5:00 pm on Friday, February 6, 2016 and can be emailed to Kathleen Hobson at email@example.com. READ MORE
Who We Are
The Coalition for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Awareness (CLGBTA) is one of the Entity Groups within ACPA charged to increase awareness, eliminate oppression, and provide support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in higher education, for faculty, students, and staff. We strive to further professional competencies related to topics as campus climate, equity, identity development, research & scholarship, and program development for the LGBTQ community.
Education- raising awareness and supporting research about identity development and hot topic issues for the LGBTQ community within higher education
Advocacy- work to create inclusive, equitable environments, to eliminate oppression and to influence student affairs policy for the LGBTQ community
Networking- providing space and a support environment for LGBTQ professionals to affirm and celebrate identity
Have ideas or feedback about how the CLGBTA can best serve you, a campus community, and/or the Association? Contact us!