News with tag: For attendees

New MBLGTACC mobile app puts the program booklet right in your pocket

February 9th, 2020 | Nick Pfost, MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

The Midwest Institute for Sexuality and Gender Diversity has developed and launched a new, free app that will allow you and other MBLGTACC attendees using iOS or Android devices to have the conference program right in your pockets. It is the first-ever standalone app for the conference and is tailored specifically to our attendees and conference programming, with room for additional, future customizations that were not possible under previously used third-party apps. The MBLGTACC app is...

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8 things you need to know before coming to the 28th annual MBLGTACC

February 5th, 2020 | MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

Coming to MBLGTACC in Kalamazoo? Attending a conference can be a lot to handle, even for the most experienced among us. To help you prepare for our 28th annual gathering, we’ve compiled a list of the top things you need to know.

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Kay Ulanday Barrett to deliver opening keynote at MBLGTACC 2020

January 30th, 2020 | MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

We are thrilled to welcome Kay Barrett—poet, performer, and cultural strategist—to MBLGTACC 2020. They will deliver a keynote address at the 28th annual conference next month.

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Poet and author Saeed Jones to deliver Sunday keynote at MBLGTACC 2020

November 8th, 2019 | MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

We're thrilled to announce that Saeed Jones will deliver at keynote at MBLGTACC 2020 when it is held in Kalamazoo early next year. He will speak on Sunday, February 16.

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Kat Blaque—YouTuber and popular media contributor—joins MBLGTACC 2020 lineup

October 27th, 2019 | MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

Our hearts are warmed to welcome Kate Blaque as a keynote speaker at MBLGTACC 2020 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Blaque is an animator, illustrator, and YouTuber from southern California who uses her platforms to speak about the topics she’s passionate about as well as spread information, and cultivate conversations that encourage education across intersections. Her keynote will take place on Saturday, February 15.

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Samantha Irby to deliver keynote at MBLGTACC 2020 in Kalamazoo

October 22nd, 2019 | MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

We're thrilled to announce that Sam Irby—author of the blog bitches gotta eat and the upcoming book Wow, No Thank You— will deliver a keynote at MBLGTACC 2020, when the conference is held in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She will speak to conference attendees on Friday, February 14, 2020. UPDATE: Sam Irby will no longer be keynoting at MBLGTACC 2020.

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Workshop proposals are now OPEN for MBLGTACC 2020!

October 18th, 2019 | MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

Since the early 1990s, the bread and butter of MBLGTACC's programming has been its majority student-led workshop sessions. They bring together students from across the Midwest to learn and grow through the knowledge and experiences of their peers and mentors. They're tuned into what's happening around the region, nation, and world. They've become a DIY laboratory for theory and practice, and a forum for ideas new and old. We're delighted to announce that workshop proposals are now open for the...

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Register now for MBLGTACC 2020 at Western Michigan University!

September 1st, 2019 | MBLGTACC 2020 Campus Planning Team

Join us in Kalamazoo! Today, we're excited to open early registration for the 28th annual Midwest Bisexual Lesbian Gay Transgender Asexual College Conference (MBLGTACC). MBLGTACC is America's largest and oldest continuously-running conference for queer and trans+ college students.

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MBLGTACC 2019 is here! It’s time to check in.

February 15th, 2019 | MBLGTACC 2019 Campus Planning Team

We're so excited to welcome you to MBLGTACC 2019 in Wichita! When you arrive at the Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center, the first thing you'll need to do is check in and pick up your name badge(s) and conference materials. Here's how.

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Welcoming our many communities to MBLGTACC 2019

February 15th, 2019 | Roze R.B. Brooks

These community welcomes serve as acknowledgements of our vast community to ensure we are centering subcommunities less visible or afforded less agency in the mainstream efforts for queer and trans liberation, bodily and sexual autonomy, and gender justice.

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