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Annette Hatton Scholarship Award
Annette Hatton, managing editor of The Georgia Review at the University of Georgia for over 22 years, founded GLOBES (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Faculty & Staff Organization at UGA) in 1994. She also helped start Athens Pride in 1998. She served as the chair of GLOBES until 2008.
This award, sponsored by GLOBES, will honor Annette’s dedication and contributions, and will be given annually at the LGBT Resource Center’s Lavender Graduation. The award comes with a scholarship of up to $1000 and will recognize an undergraduate student for his or her remarkable commitment to service in the LGBT community. All eligible students are encouraged to apply for the Annette Hatton Scholarship Award. Please visit the LGBT Resource Center’s website for the application: www.lgbtcenter.uga.edu. If students have any questions, feel free to direct them to Ms. Ricky Roberts at email@example.com.
If you would like to make a donation to the scholarship, please attend the Annette Hatton Scholarship Reception on Thursday, March 28, 6-8pm at the Holiday Inn’s Redfearn Grille (197 E. Broad St.). Donations can also be sent via campus mail to Ricky Roberts at 137 Myers Hall (campus) or GLOBES, PO Box 735, Athens, GA 30603
Please make checks payable to GLOBES and mark “scholarship fund” in the notes section.
GLOBES is pleased to announce the inauguration of its “Annette Hatton Outstanding Student Advocate award” and scholarship.
Annette Hatton, managing editor of The Georgia Review at the University of Georgia for over 22 years, founded GLOBES in 1994 and also helped to start Athens Pride in 1998. She served as the chair of GLOBES until 2008. The purpose of this award is to honor Annette’s dedication and contributions and will be given annually at Lavender Graduation. The award comes with a scholarship and will recognize an undergraduate student for his or her remarkable commitment to service in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community.
If you would like to make a donation to the scholarship, please make a check out to GLOBES and mark “scholarship fund” in the notes section. Donations can be mailed to Ms. Ricky Roberts, 137 Myers Hall (campus) or GLOBES, PO Box 735, Athens, GA 30603
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
GLOBES has had some turn-over recently in leadership and we now have slots on the Executive Committee open for service the volunteer executive committee.
Would you be interested?
Your participation on the executive committee would include attending monthly meetings during the academic year, assisting with events related to making our campus a more welcoming and affirming place for people who identify as LGBTQ.
Working with GLOBES is a great way to help make our campus more inclusive and to give back to the community. If you are willing to serve on the executive committee or know others that may be interested, please send us a message.
Graduate students please join us as well.
GLOBES 2009-2010 Welcome Reception
On behalf of the GLOBES executive committee, I just wanted to take the opportunity to extend a personal invitation for each and every one of you to attend this year’s GLOBES Welcome Reception at the Founders Memorial Garden on Thursday, September 3, 2009 from 5:30-8:00.
This is a wonderful opportunity to visit with our returning and welcome our new LGBTQ staff, faculty, students, community members and allies.
The event is always well attended and is being catered again this year
by the supportive and generous Last Resort Grille. We hope you might be able to join us.
Corey W. Johnson
Executive Committee, Chair
GLOBES MLK Day of Service
On Monday, January 19 at 9:00 on a cool morning, 20 UGA faculty, staff and friends of GLOBES turned out at AIDS Athens for the “Day On” of service. We trimmed hedges, painted trim, raked leaves, picked up trash, and enjoyed each others company in an attempt to contribute to the dream of Martin Luther King Jr. and our new president Barack Obama’s call for change. Mark your calendars now and join us next year. Special thanks go to our coordinator, Rick Gray! We also have extra T-Shirts available for $10. Contact us if you would like a shirt.