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Research Blog—Educating the Educators: An Evaluation of the GLSEN Safe Space Kit for Students

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17th February

A survey of educators suggests the “GLSEN Safe Space Kit” is an effective tool for creating safe spaces for LGBT students.

Youth Blog—Transitioning in College

4th June

Transitioning in college carries its own set of challenges on top of academic responsibilities. Unsure where to go for help? Start here.

Youth Blog—Speak Your Mind Without Saying a Word—Day of Silence is April 17

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9th April

Wondering how you can speak out against injustice? Organize a Day of Silence at your school.

NIDA Offers Paid Summer Research Internship Opportunities

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13th January

IMPACT will host an intern from the National Institute on Drug Abuse’s program for high school and undergraduate students. Apply by Feb. 14.

Research Blog—Victimization Linked to Poor School Outcomes in Sexual Minority Youth

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21st July

A new study in the American Journal of Public Health shows that LGB youth report worse school outcomes, likely due to victimization.

Sexual-Orientation Disparities in School: The Mediational Role of Indicators of Victimization in Achievement and Truancy Because of Feeling Unsafe

21st July

Study indicates needs for early intervention targeting school victimization.

Young Scientists Shine at the 2012 LGBTQ Health and Wellness Conference!

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28th December

A brief look back at the 2012 LGBTQ Health and Wellness Conference.

Resiliency Among LGB Youth: Overcoming Victimization

28th April

LGBTQA Chicago-area college students participated in this video to share their unique & insightful perspectives of a recent IMPACT study’s findings.

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