After working with the Office of Diversity Initiatives (ODI) and Professor Stephanie Gilmore (Women's Studies), Professor Megan Yost analyzed both quantitative and qualitative data from Dickinson's campus climate survey. The survey assessed the perceptions that students, faculty, and staff have of the adequacy and appropriateness of Dickinson's policies and people with respect to sexual orientation and gender identity. Professor Yost travelled to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, for the annual conference of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, where she and Professor Gilmore presented the results of the survey at a panel entitled, "Youth Negotiating Sexuality." In the upcoming semester, they hope to conduct focus groups and interviews to further explore the campus climate for LGBT students, faculty, and staff. On campus, some recommendations that were made based on the results (such as a sexuality studies program, a safe-space program, and LGBT library collections) are already being planned across the campus with help from ODI, the Women's Center, and the Assault and Sexuality Coalition.