Buffalo-Niagara LGBTQ History Project focus of brown bag lunch

Published October 16, 2019

A “Conversation with the Buffalo-Niagara LGBTQ History Project” will be the focus of a brown bag luncheon on Oct. 23 presented by the LGBTQ Faculty Staff Association.

The event, part of the LGBTQ FSA’s Brown Bag Conversation series, will take place at noon in the Intercultural and Diversity Center, 240 Student Union, North Campus.

On hand for the informational presentation and discussion will be Adrienne Hill, co-founder and president of the LBBTQ History Project, and board members and UB alumni Cory Holzerland, MUP ’18, and Jeffry Iovannone, PhD ’12.

All faculty, staff, students and friends are invited to attend. Light refreshments will be provided and attendees may bring their lunch.

The event is also sponsored by the Professional Staff Senate’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Office of Inclusive Excellence.

The LGBTQ FSA’s Brown Bag Conversation series offers casual opportunities to learn and engage; they are open to all members of the UB community.