Educational Tours

Fall tours begin October, 2018

LGBTQ History: NYC Educational Tour

Learn an introduction to LGBTQ+ history in New York City, the epicenter of the modern gay rights movement. This educational tour will provide a rich, contextual interpretation of LGBTQ history as is relevant to the social sciences and fine arts, and will demonstrate the importance of “place” in shaping history. Learn from expert historians and witnesses to history, attend a Broadway play, tour the MET and the Museum of the City of New York through an LGBTQ lens and enjoy two walking tours: LGBTQ Historic Sites and the Harlem Renaissance through an LGBTQ lens. (Three-days, two-nights in New York City)

*Optional online component to earn three (3) graduate credits from Endicott College

  • Recognize the contributions of LGBTQ people in all aspects of civic life
  • Evaluate the scope of LGBTQ history in New York City and its influence on both the freedom and limitations of artistic expression (including visual arts, music, literature, performing arts)
  • Analyze the modern civil rights movement through the inclusion of LGBTQ activism and history
  • Synthesize and interpret the impact of time and place on historical events, such as the Harlem Renaissance, Stonewall riots and the gay liberation movement
  • Explore the intersections of identity and its influence on social activism and creative arts

Interested? Contact for details and registration forms!

Educator Leadership in LGBTQ+ Studies Program

Preparing educators to proficiently and confidently infuse LGBTQ+ academic content in core subjects

Your choice! ONLINE or INCARNATE

Online Program


Exciting, innovative, inquiry-based

and a one of a kind opportunity!

120 PDPs or 8 graduate credits


Required Courses:

LGBTQ+ Academic Content in the Classroom

Methods and Strategies for Infusing LGBTQ+ Academic Content

Choice of Two Electives:

What’s Your Stonewall? An International Study of LGBTQ History

UnErasing LGBTQ History with Library of Congress Primary Sources

UnErasing LGBTQ History: A Behavior Analytic/Public Health Analysis

Equity and Efficacy Action Research Project

Cost: $800

Graduate Credit: 8 graduate credits available for an additional $110 per credit from Endicott College. Required courses are 3 graduate credits and elective courses are 1 graduate credit. Elective courses available beginning June, 2018

Summer Institute


Middlesex Community College in Lowell, MA

August 23rd – August 25th, 2018

45 PDPs or 3 graduate credits


Join educators from across the country in this exciting, innovative, inquiry-based and a one-of-a-kind opportunity! This intensive three-day program includes expert guest speakers and groundbreaking resources. Catered breakfast and lunch is included.

Topics of Study:

Introduction to LGBTQ+ History, UnErasing LGBTQ+ history with the Library of Congress, methods and strategies for infusing LGBTQ+ academic content, LGBTQ+ history through an international lens, public health/behavior analytic strategy, intersections and cross-disciplinary approaches, Queer Theory and its practical application

Read about HUE’s Summer Institute in EdWeek

Institute caps at 35 participants – submit your application today! Participants will be selected by July 31st

Cost: $750

Graduate Credit: 3 graduate credits available for an additional $330 from Endicott College

501(c)3 non-profit


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