Graduate Research Assistant
National Center for Gender Spectrum Health, Program in Human Sexuality, University of Minnesota Medical School
Jory M. Catalpa, M.A., is a doctoral student and teaching and research assistant in the Family Social Science department and at the National Center for Gender Spectrum Health (CGSH) at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. Jory’s areas of research include transgender youth and their families, queer theory and methodology, and social justice associated with sexuality, gender, race, and social class. Their queer theoretical methodology seeks to apply an anti-normative framework to collecting data, and interpreting and disseminating research.
Saturday, April 13
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM