In The News

We’re making headlines! Read what the CREGS faculty and staff have to say in news, blogs, and media outlets around the world.


New grant launches initiative to shift how LGBTQ sexuality is discussed in schools

CREGS Research Faculty, Jessica Fields will co-lead will lead a team of researchers and educators who will work with schools and conduct research in three states to prompt a new kind of dialogue about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LTGBQ) sexuality and youth.

Now that We’re Done with the “PrEP Rally,” Some Food for Thought

You & Me Study Project Director Chad Champbell weighs in on pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention on RH Reality Check.

Are We Ready To Trust Black Men When They Speak?

RH Reality Check weighs in on new You & Me study research presented by CREGS at AIDS 2012.

Study examines how parenthood affects gay couples’ health, HIV risk

“Gay parents face many of the same challenges as straight parents when it comes to sex and intimacy after having children, according to a new study of gay fathers published in the journal Couple and Family Psychology” (July, 2012).

Sexuality Center takes aim at health disparities

Colleen Hoff, director of the new Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality, discusses what’s ahead for the new Center.