Campus Pride Releases a Report of Genny’s Analysis of Data on Incoming Trans and Nonbinary College Students

Genny conducted an analysis of students’ gender identity, race, first-generation status, and pronoun responses on the Common App, the admissions form used by more than 1,000 colleges. Students entering college this fall were the first group to be given the opportunity to indicate their gender identity and pronouns on the form. The Campus Pride report, …

Urging the Dept of Education to Include Nonbinary Students

On behalf of Campus Pride, Genny wrote a group letter to the Department of Education to urge them to change their system for how colleges report data on the gender of their students to be inclusive of nonbinary students. The letter was signed by dozens of national higher education and LGBTQIA+ organizations, including ACPA, NASPA, …

Incoming College Student Project Announcement

Genny is thrilled to announce that they will be working with the Common App to analyze the gender identity and pronouns, and the intersections with racial identity, for the more than a million students who filled out their application in the current college admissions cycle. The data will be the largest body of information on …

Genny Speaks at White House Event on Greater Inclusion in STEM

Genny was one of the speakers invited to be part of a roundtable discussion sponsored by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on how to further inclusion in STEM programs. They spoke about their work to make colleges, and Engineering programs in particular, more welcoming to LGBTQ+ students.

Genny Beemyn Spotlighted By Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher Initiative

Genny Beemyn was selected by Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher Initiative as one of their spotlighted LGBTQ+ educators on Instagram during Pride Month. The post recognized Genny as “the leading expert on the experiences of trans students in the United States.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Reach Higher (@reachhigher) View the post: …