LGBTQ+ Institute Grant Program Recipients

2023 iLGBTS Grant
Program Recipients

We are excited to announce the recipients for our inaugural LGBTQ+ InstituteResearch Grant Program in 2023! Please join us in commending these faculty and their teams from across The University of Arizona whose unique work is reflective of the broad range of significant and innovative issues that are at the forefront of LGBTQ+ research. Updates will be shared at our annual Lightning Talks – we will be in touch with plenty of advance notice of this event.
Congratulations! We could not be prouder to support this work.

The Intersection of Social Support and Body Image Outcomes in Transgender and Nonbinary Young Adults

Heather Gahler & Shelby Carter, Department of Communications, College of Social Behavioral Sciences

Examining Heterosexual Employees Responses to LGBTQ+ Allyship at Work

Katina Sawyer, Department of Management & Organizations, Eller College of Management

Arizona Queer Archives: Public Histories on Exhibit (AQA|PH)

Jamie A. Lee, Department of Digital Culture, Information, and Society, School of Information / Founder & Director, Arizona Queer Archives

Who’s Not Counted? Same-Sex Demographics and the U.S. Census

Jason R. Jurjevich, School of Geography, Development & Environment, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Werking the West: LGBTQ Country Western Dance Worlds

Kathryn Alexander, W.A. Franke Honors College


Building a Repository for Inclusive Spanish Language to Develop Resources for Best Practices and Pedagogical Implementation

Jhonatan Henao-Muñoz & Daniela Torres Cirina, W.A. Franke Honors College

Dragging the Haters: Tracking Digital Harassment Against Drag Story Hour Performers

Harris Kornstein, Department of Public & Applied Humanities, College of Humanities