Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - Auburn University chapter (AU oSTEM)


Purpose: OSTEM is a national organization dedicated to supporting and empowering LGBTQ+ individuals who work in STEM fields or pursue STEM majors. We help students find academic and professional resources that suit their unique needs, work with faculty in the College of Engineering and COSAM to help them develop inclusive classroom practices, and provide LGBTQ+ students in STEM majors a feeling of community so they know they are not alone. Additionally, we have a strict privacy policy to prevent any members from being outed for their participation.
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Meetings:
2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month, 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom

Office Location:
N/A

Shop Location:
Harbert Engineering Structures Lab

Projects, outreach, competitions, conferences, etc.:

National Coming Out Day meeting - Oct. 8

Atlanta Pride 50th Anniversary virtual celebration - Oct. 9-11

Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil - Nov. 20

Ally workshops

Career/resumeé workshops

Tiger-Elephant Fellowship with University of Alabama oSTEM

Meetings with representatives from affirming companies

Joint meetings and events with other organizations

*All events and projects are subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions



President/Captain:
Finn Bellamy
kam0131@auburn.edu

E-Council Rep:
Lyra Burke
mgb0044@auburn.edu

Advisor:
Jeffrey Fergus
ferguje@auburn.edu
(334) 844-3405


Category: Academic,
Related Major: All Majors