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Gender Identity Awareness Resources: Gender Identity Awareness Week: Programs and Events


List of Events


Real Talk | Present Yourself: A Discussion on the Nuances of Gender Expression

Thursday Nov. 18 | 1-2pm | Beauregard Center MUB 120

Join us for a conversation about the various ways we express our gender. From fashion to hair style, we will explore how we express our true authentic selves.

Graduate Student Gender Non-Binary Support Group

Thursday Nov. 18 | 4:30pm-5:30pm | Beauregard Center MUB 120

The first meeting of the Graduate Student Gender Non-Binary Support Group will be Thursday 18 November 2021 @ 4:30-5:30 PM at the Beauregard Center (MUB 120). Postdoctoral researchers, non-traditional undergraduate students, and staff are always welcome to attend. This will be an informal, unstructured meeting, giving you an opportunity to connect with other community members and to relax at the end of the day with games like Jenga and jigsaw puzzles. This first meeting is also open to allies of all genders. We also invite those who are interested in a more formal, affinity-based meeting to come to provide suggestions. You may also email the group at

Safe Zones and TUNH Present Gender Identity 101 and Student Panel

Thursday Nov. 18 | 6pm | MUB 330/332

Join Trans UNH and the Safe Zones program for a student panel of experiences specific to gender, identity, and expression.  This training is open to anyone.

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Saturday Nov. 20 | 8pm | Waysmeet Center

Join Trans UNH and community in remembering those who lost their lives this past year.  Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is internationally recognized on November 20th every year. This day was set aside to memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice.