Survey Research Project Related to LGBT Cyberbullying Seeks Participants

February 6, 2014

A Michigan State University faculty member, Dr. Lawrence B. Schiamberg and a University of Texas at Arlington faculty member, Dr. Seokjin Jeong, are conducting a survey related to the cyberbullying of LGBT college students in Texas and looking for undergraduates to participate in the study.

With the ever-increasing access to and use of computer-mediated devices (e.g. iPhone, iPad, Galaxy Tab), our research study aims to investigate how often college students use various forms of computer-mediated communication, as well as how they communicate in an online environment on a regular basis.  Moreover, our study seeks to understand whether college students who use online technology experience bullying and other deviant behaviors online.

Please note that your identity will remain anonymous and your answers are completely confidential.  Any personal identifiable information (including name, email address, & IP address) will NOT be collected.

You must be an undergraduate student, at least 18 years old, and identify yourself as LGBT or a straight ally to participate in this survey. To participate, please take a 15-minute web survey at:

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