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Volume 3 Issue 4 Summer 2012

What You See Is What You Get Element

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Letter from the Chair in Sexual Health
I am writing this letter from the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C.
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Coleman

Trans/formation premiere a success
PHS joined Exposed Brick Theatre to create the new play based on the stories, experiences, and perspectives of transgender and gender non-conforming youth. Nearly 180 people attended the premiere performance of Trans/formation: Addressing Gender Issues in School.
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Photo credit: David Hannigan

Transformation

Momentum against reparative therapy
In recent months public momentum has been building against reparative therapy for individuals who are gay, lesbian, and bisexual.
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ourtesy of Truth Wins Out

Spitzer

Conference AIDS 2012: Turning the Tide Together
Eli Coleman, PhD, and Walter Bockting, PhD, join more than 20,000 scientists, practitioners, government officials, activists, and individuals living with HIV from around the world.
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AIDS 2012

New HIV awareness and anti-stigma campaign
“Let’s Stop HIV Together” is a new initiative launched by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Let's Stop HIV
Research & Education  

New sexuality and aging research
By making a tax-deductible gift today, you can help to secure
a $5,000 challenge gift for research in sexuality and aging.
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sexuality & aging
People  
Eli Coleman, PhD, honored with John Money Award
The John Money Award was presented to Eli Coleman, PhD, for his work on sexual health, sexual compulsivity, gender identity, and effective clinical practice for sexual disorders.
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Coleman
Congratulations fellowship graduates
Brad Nederostek, PsyD, and Aimee Tubbs, PsyD, were recognized for completing two years of intensive clinical and research training at PHS.
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Graduation
Cesar Gonzalez, PhD, and Katie Spencer, PhD,
have been promoted

Cesar Gonzalez, PhD, and Katie Spencer, PhD, ha
ve been promoted to Assistant Professors.
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Gonzalez & Spencer

Dianne Berg, PhD, honored with Faculty Mentor Award
The PHS postdoctoral fellows honored Dianne Berg, PhD, with the 2012 Faculty Mentor Award.
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Berg

Upcoming Events
You are invited to montly PHS faculty research presentations

The PHS faculty invite you to explore the latest in sexual health research on
August 8, 2012, Michael Miner, PhD, will present “How SMART? Comparing Existing State Systems of Identifying High Risk Sex Offenders with the Adam Walsh Act Tiering System.” Join us from 12 - 1 PM at PHS, 1300 South 2nd Street, Room 142, Minneapolis, MN 55454. To reserve your seat or to request notice of future presentations, please email phsresearch@umn.edu READ MORE


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