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Chronicle of Higher Education Interviews Dr. Crossman on Progress of LGBTQ Rights

In the Media | 06.27.16

The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed Raymond E. Crossman, Ph.D., on how far the LGBTQ community has come in achieving acceptance and equal rights within the U.S.

Dr. Crossman reflected on when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage a year earlier. The decision was made the same day as the first-ever LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education conference, which is focused on mentoring the next generation of ‘out’ college and university presidents as they ascend to the senior-most positions.

Dr. Crossman is president of Adler University, a psychologist and family therapist, as well as a a co-founder of LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education.

Read The Chronicle of Higher Education article, Gay College Leaders Reflect on Barriers, and How Far They’ve Come.

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