Past Presentations


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Dr. McQueen's Keynote Presentations and Workshops have included the following:

Siena Heights University.  Adrian, Michigan.  Sex and gender: Why two are definitely not enough!  Gender-Sexuality Alliance event.  (2017).

New York State Council of School Superintendents.  Albany, New York.  Transgenderism: Leadership’s new Frontier.  Presentation at the Winter Institute & Lobby Day.  (2017). 

Millersville University.  Millersville, Pennsylvania.  Breaking the gender dichotomy.  (2017).

Key West High School. Rethinking sex and gender. Key West, Florida.  (2017).

Indiana State University.  Terre Haute, Indiana.  Remembering the fallen. Keynote speaker for the Transgender Day of Remembrance event.  (2016). 

Child Welfare Leadership Conference.  Indianapolis, Indiana.  Transgenderism: Leadership’s new frontier.  (2016).   

Pi Lambda Phi, Indiana University.  Bloomington, Indiana.  Let’s tear down that wall!  Conclusion to the Wall of Prejudice week-long event to mark the second annual Elimination of Prejudice Week. (2016).

Washington College.  Chestertown, Maryland.  Sex and gender: Why two are definitely not enough!  Campus event.  (2016).

Indiana State University. Terre Haute Indiana.  Don’t be afraid.  Keynote for the inaugural Lavender Graduation ceremony. (2016).

Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana. We can change the world:  It’s up to us!    Presentation to student-group, Spectrum. (2016). 

 Key West High School. Key West, Florida. Transgenderism 101:  Why two are definitely not enough.  Presentation to students, teachers, and staff. (2016). 

Pensacola State College. Pensacola, Florida. Why two are definitely not enough (and why it matters).    Multiple presentations for faculty, staff, students, and community members. (2015). 

Evansville-Area H. R. Association. Evansville Indiana. Breaking the gender dichotomy:  Why two are definitely not enough (and why it matters). Keynote Speaker. (2014). 

Indiana University School of Social Work. Indianapolis, Indiana. Working with transgender students and clients. All-campus Fall retreat.  Keynote Speaker. (2014).

Indiana University Campus Children’s Center. Bloomington, Indiana.  Sex & gender: Why two are definitely not enough (and why it matters).  Professional development for childcare professionals.    Sole presenter. (2014).

Harmony Alternative School. Bloomington, Indiana. Sex & Gender: Why Two Are Definitely Not Enough (And Why It Matters).  Special presentation in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  (2014). 

Siena Heights University. Adrian, Michigan. Sex & Gender: Why Two Are Definitely Not Enough (And Why It Matters) (2014). 

St. Petersburg College. St. Petersburg, Florida. Breaking the Gender Dichotomy: Why Two Are Definitely Not Enough (2013). 

St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. St. Mary of the Woods, Indiana.  GLBT: History & Heroes (2013).

Purdue University. West Lafayette, Indiana.  Sex & Gender: Why Two Are Definitely Not Enough (2013).

Indiana University. Bloomington, Indiana. Sex & Gender: Why Two Are Definitely Not Enough (2013). 

Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana. Transgenderism and Law Enforcement. Training for the ISU Campus Police Department (2013). 

Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana. Transgender Students and Residential Life. Training for the residential life supervisors (2013). 

Talbert HouseCincinnati, Ohio. The Gender Paradigm: More than a Continuum, Ethical Considerations in Clinical Practice. An all-day, CEU workshop. Sole presenter. Click here for evaluations from workshop attendees (2013).

Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana. Safe Zone Workshop: Transgenderism, Intersexuality, and the Inadequacies of the Dichotomous Paradigm. The 12th Annual Terre Haute Human Rights Day (2013).

Unitarian Universalist Church, Bloomington, Indiana. Our Whole Lives (O.W.L). The O.W.L. program is a series of sexuality education curricula for children, adolescents, and adults. Member of a panel discussion for adolescents grades 7 – 9 on gender roles and sexual orientation (2013). By invitation.

University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana. The Gender Paradigm: More than a Continuum, Ethical Considerations in Psychological Practice, Therapy Considerations when Working with Clients of Varying Genders. An all-day, CEU workshop. Click here for evaluations from workshop attendees (2012). Sole presenter.

Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Two and only two? A history of the construct of sex. LGBTI Health Summit (2011). Session presenter.

Hillsborough Community College: Ybor City Campus. Tampa, Florida. Transgenderism 101: Understanding Students Who Fall Outside the Binary. The Association of Florida Colleges' Region IV Spring Conference (2013).

Middle Way House. A national model domestic violence program and rape crisis center, Bloomington, Indiana. Transgenderism 101: Transitioning to a trans-friendly shelter (2010). 

Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana. Are two enough?  Transgenderism, intersexuality, and the assumed dichotomy. Counselor Day on Campus (2010).

Indiana University Theater, Bloomington, Indiana. Panel discussion member for the production of Stop Kiss, (2009).

Incident Teams Retreat, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Gender identity and the atypically gendered. (2008).

National Association of Social Workers, Indianapolis, Indiana. Gender identity issues in children and adolescents: Medical and ethical concerns on the transgender issue for young persons and parents (2008). CEU Workshop.

American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, Illinois. Breaking the gender dichotomy: The case for transgender and intersex education in school curriculum (2007). Academic Conference. Paper presentation.

Residential Programs and Services, Indiana University. Transgender issues in the workplace (2007). Workshop for faculty and staff. 

Come Together Kentucky: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered Conference. Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Transgenderism 101: The inadequacies of the two-gender paradigm (2005). Voted best presentation in block.

Translating Identity Conference, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. The inadequacies of the two-gender paradigm (2005).

Society for Research in Adult Development, Tampa Florida. A case study of the effects of androgen insensitivity syndrome on adult development: The effects of medical management and family and peer support on gender identity and emotional adjustment (2003). Academic Conference. Poster presentation.