About Us

Without community, there is no liberation.” ~ Audre Lorde

We are UD’s faculty and staff members who are part of the campus LGBTQ community.  We’re dedicated to the promotion of a campus community that appreciates, supports and celebrates diversity.  We provide the opportunity for faculty and staff to meet new people at the University and make connections and friendships that will last your entire career!

MISSION Statement

The LGBTQ Caucus is committed to fostering and sustaining a welcoming and affirming climate on campus for LGBTQ employees, students, families and visitors in accord with University of Delaware’s strategic plan.


EMAIL Updates

If you would like to be added to our Sakai site to receive updates on Caucus happenings, etc., please fill this form out with your name and email to be added! We’ll be happy to add you to the distribution list of meetings, events, etc.!


Latest News

LGBTQ Caucus Announces Recipients of 4th Annual Triangle Award

The Triangle award recognizes outstanding leadership and contributions in promoting an inclusive and safe campus climate that respects the diversity of the LGBTQ community at University of Delaware. The “Triangle” represents three key components of leadership for our community: support, advocacy, and visibility.  The LGBTQ Caucus created this award to recognize and thank folks in the UD community for their tireless efforts in being visible and active in improving the campus environment for students and employees through support and resources.

This year’s recipients are:

  • Dr. Pascha Bueno-Hansen, Associate Professor, Department of Women and Gender Studies
  • Jay Alston, Senior, Past President of Haven

Get more details on the recipients here, and join us to celebrate their accomplishments on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 4:30 PM at the Center for Black Culture!

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UD Diversity Caucuses

UD believes strongly in hearing the voices of the entire diverse community. To that end, nine caucuses have been created specifically for faculty and staff to gather with like-minded/like-identified individuals. These groups provide a critical ingredient to finding common voice and grass-roots-modeled steps toward awareness and change. The caucuses can serve as a resource, an ally and an advocate to their constituents.

Click HERE for complete listing

 

UD Diversity Website