CHSS Merchandise on Sale!

All new CHSS merchandise for the year is now available! This year we have an old school sports jersey, a quarter zip, an ISRC baseball tee as well as enamel pins. Be sure to get your merchandise before we sell out.

Visit the CHSS Shop to get yours today!

Register for the AltSex 2020 Conference in NYC!


5th Annual AltSex NYC Conference

Friday, May 1, 2020
9am – 6pm

Midtown Manhattan
The Jerry Orbach Theater
210 W 50th St
CEs available*

We are pleased to announce that early bird tickets are now on sale for the 5th Annual AltSex NYC Conference—where clinicians, academics, and alt lifestyle community members will come together in New York City for a full day of sex-positive, alternative lifestyle affirmative, cutting edge research-based, and current practice-informed seminars and discussions presented by a stellar collection of researchers, educators, and mental health providers.   
Take a look at session details here:

Check out the #AltSex2020 speaker bios here: 

Visit the Facebook event page in case you want to share it with and invite friends!

Alumni Spotlight: Whitney Howzell

Dr. Whitney Howzell was featured on the Beyond Theory Podcast. Dr. Howzell works as the the Clinical Director of the Claudia Black Young Adult Center. Dr. Howzell discusses the blurred world young adults are growing up in, how that environment affects their development, and how she helps them find connection and support on the episode with host, David Condos. Watch the episode below.

Teacher Training Program on Sexuality Education

The Sexuality, Women, & Gender Project is hosting a multi-day, fully funded Teacher Training Program on Sexuality Education at Teachers College, Columbia University in Spring 2020.
Participants will receive a core skills training on Foundations of Sex Ed along with a special focus on intentional Reproductive Identity Formation (RIF). Participants will meet other health educators from NYC schools, and vouchers will be included for additional instructional materials.
To participate in the training you must be employed by, or work with, DOE/NYC public middle or high schools in some capacity.