Submit a Newsletter Item

Announcements that closely support the mission of the LGBT Equity Center are typically posted. Submitted items will be considered but are not guaranteed publication. The newsletter is typically published Mondays during the Fall and Spring semesters via email and online (publicly). We require at least one week of lead time, though preferably more, to review your submission request. We also reserve the right to edit announcements for clarity/length/etc. If any of the items on this form do not apply to your submission, please leave those boxes blank.

Check ALL of these that apply to your announcement:
On Campus
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Commercial or for profit
Research or survey

If your announcement is an announcement soliciting subjects or publicity for research or a survey, your research should have IRB approval and be research conducted by (not just supported by) a member of the UMD campus community. You will be asked later in this form to explain further.

Your full name (not for publication):

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Your University of Maryland affiliation (not for publication):
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Undergraduate Student
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Name of event or title of announcement (please keep it short):

Name of presenting organization/department:

Is the presenting group a UMD campus-based organization/department?

Name(s) of co-sponsor(s), if any:

Date and time of event:

Location (e.g. building and room number/name if on-campus):

Exact proposed announcement to be published, including any contact name or email you wish to provide for publication (50 word limit):

Though most will not require further clarification, if for some reason the way in which your announcement supports our mission statement is not evident, please use this space to clarify. Any additional remarks that do not fit elsewhere can also go here:

If you indicated that your announcement is research or a survey, please tell us where you have IRB approval, who is/are the principal investigator(s), and the name and information of the researcher who is a part of the UMD campus community: