Queer@Scripps is a group for queer-identifying students, staff, postdocs, researchers, faculty, and alumni at Scripps to connect, share resources, and be in community with each other. We host monthly informal meet-ups and plan events throughout the year.
- Monthly Meet Ups
We host informal monthly meetings to connect with one another and share upcoming events. Our meetings for Fall 2021 will be held on the first Wednesday of the month (10/6, 11/3, and 12/1) from 4-5pm on Zoom. All queer-identifying members of the Scripps community are welcome! Register here for the Zoom link.
- Upcoming Events
As we are able to start meeting in person again, we are exploring options for events that we can hold. Stay tuned for more details, and be sure to sign up for our listserv by filling out this Google Form.
- Get Involved
We have many different ways you can connect with us: through our listserv, through our Slack workspace, and by emailing our group. Please fill out this Google Form so we can provide you with the appropriate information based on your interest.
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- Past Events
June 2021: Instagram Campaign featured on WMIS's Instagram (@wmis_sio)
Check out our Instagram Campaign for Pride Month on @wmis_sio! We will feature queer members of the Scripps community and discuss relevant issues!
4/19/2021 3-4pm: LGBTQ+ at UCSD: Here & Now
Learn more about the history and significance of the LGBT Resource Center at UCSD with Dr. Shaun Travers, hear from Drs. Ashley Juavinett and Yi-Zhuang You about being out in academia, and learn how to get involved with the various queer student groups on campus!
This event was part of the LGBTRC's Out & Proud Series.
6/3/2021 12:30-2pm: Growing Up in Science with Dr. Sylvia Newell
- This month, we are featuring a queer speaker, Dr. Sylvia Newell. These events are set up as conversations between a guest scientist and students and postdocs. We focus on the scientist’s personal stories, highlighting struggles, goals, serendipity, success, and failure. The discussion would be centered on your personal journey into and through science, as opposed to the rigid scientific path we so often see reflected on CVs and websites.