Michael Gorse, M.Ed.
|Michael Gorse, M.Ed. Michael Gorse, M.Ed. graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with his Masters of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA) in May 2016. As a graduate student at USC, Michael founded the Queer Graduate Alliance (a student organization for all LGBTQ+ graduate students) and served as the Vice President of the PASA Network. He taught English to the spouses of international students during his first semester at USC. Michael worked in the LGBT Resource Center at USC for two years as a graduate assistant before beginning his role as Center Supervisor at the in August 2016.
Michael’s professional interests include student development and support, event planning, diverse populations, LGBT mental health, LGBT social wellness, and LGBT leadership. His work experience has primarily been with international students, LGBTQ students, students of color, and other marginalized populations. Through his work, Michael maintains a focus on the intersectionality of identities, educational outreach, and personal connections. Every day, he hopes that he is “queering” higher education not just for LGBTQ students, but for all marginalized populations.
You can contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org.