Professional Development and Academics

Emory offers academic programs, initiatives, activities, and resources geared toward the professional development of LGBTQ students and to foster a better understanding of human sexuality.

SIS (Studies in Sexualities)

The Studies in Sexualities Program within the Emory College is dedicated to providing information and courses on sexuality. The program was suspended but is expected to resume; visit their site to learn about available courses and how to participate in their events.

Queer students often have a lot of questions related to business professional attire in the workplace. Our gender-neutral guide to building your own business professional look can help. Please contact the Career Center if you have any comments or questions.


Hire Us is an event designed to connect students who havehistorically faced under- representation and/or discriminationin work environments and hiring processes with employers that are  committed to building and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce.

This event enables students who have historically faced under representation and/or discrimination in work environments and hiring processes to connect with employers committed to building and supporting a diverse workforce and inclusive workplaces. During this event, employers will be invited to meet with students who identify with:

  • Access/Disability
  • Students of Color
  • LGBT
  • Women
  • Cultural Faith Communities

Hire Us - Connecting a diverse workforce with inclusive employers, is hosted in partnership with the following Campus Life departments:

  • Emory Career Center
  • Office of Equity and Inclusion
  • Accessibility Services: Atlanta       
  • Center for the Advancement of Student Advocacy and Agency (CASA2)
  • Belonging and Community Justice:
    • LGBT Life
    • Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement (RACE)
    • Center for Women

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