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Upcoming Transitions for Dr. Van Bailey
 

It is with much excitement and sadness that we announce that Dr. Van Bailey will be leaving UC San Diego to take a position as the founding Director of BGLTQ Student Life at Harvard University.  Van's last day on campus will be Monday, July 2.

Van began at UC San Diego two years ago, with an impressive record of experience at both The Ohio State University and Cal State University Northridge.  Over the course of years, Van established Q League retreats - a powerful student leadership development program, worked extensively with the trans* community - including our first southern California all campus T Camp, deepened our connections to the colleges, to the queer black community, and to many on campus organizations and departments.  Van Bailey concurrently finished his degree, becoming Dr. Bailey to the delight of us all.  There is little doubt Van will continue to impress us in the future, in all of his endeavors.

Please join us on Friday, June 22 at 1pm at the LGBT Resource for a celebration and to wish Dr. Van Bailey a fond farewell! Please RSVP to Shaun Travers if can make it.

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