My name is Justin Louie Lock. I am a 24 year old Chinese-American individual who lived in and attended UC Davis for five years. I continue to visit Davis frequently and continue to be engaged in the community as much as possible. I was known as a prominent student advocate for API and Queer issues on the UC Davis campus. My primary involvement on campus has always been with the student-run organization, Asian & Pacific-Islander Queers APIQ. I have served as an officer for APIQ for the last several years since transferring into UC Davis from the community college system. I have also affiliated myself with other organizations on campus, such as SAFE, and the Queer People of Color Collective. I had the privilege of helping to plan and organize the 2009 Queer People of Color Conference at UC Davis. I consider myself an advocate for Asian and Queer people alike, especially in regards to fostering a positive societal atmosphere for my respective communities, as well as promoting healthy sexual choices and lifestyles for the LGBTQQIA community which is often plagued by negativity or stigma. Essentially I just want to promote the fact that LGBTQQIA individuals are no different from anyone else, and therefore should not be treated with prejudice or discrimination in any way, shape, or form.

Educational Background

  • Currently a Masters student in Couples and Family Therapy through Alliant International University.
    • I intend on pursuing my doctoral degree in Couples and Family Therapy with an emphasis in LGBTQQI Studies
  • I transferred to UC Davis as a Junior during the summer of 2007
    • I am a UC Davis Alumni who graduated in June of 2009
    • Received a Bachelors of Arts & Science in Psychology & Human Development in 2009
    • I was an undeclared minor in Education as well
  • I went to both Sierra College in Rocklin, and Sacramento City College
    • I graduated from the community colleges in the year of 2007
    • I received two Associates of Arts degrees; one in Liberal Arts, and one in Transfer Studies
  • Graduated from Grant Joint Union High School in Sacramento in the year of 2006


  • "2010-2011" I served as a peer advisor for UC Davis APIQ (University of California Davis, Asian & Pacific-Islander Queers)
  • "2009-2010" Vice President for UC Davis APIQ (University of California Davis, Asian & Pacific-Islander Queers)
  • "2008-2009" Secretary & Political Organizer for UC Davis APIQ (University of California Davis, Asian & Pacific-Islander Queers)
  • "2007-2008" Committee Member for UC Davis APIQ (University of California Davis, Asian & Pacific-Islander Queers)


  • I was a Graduate Student Intern with the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA)
  • I was the Project Coordinator for Sacramento's LGBTQ Youth Collaborative, organized by Mental Health America of Northern California
  • I was a Lead Field Organizer for the State Assembly working under Dr. Richard Pan, who is the current District 5 State Assembly Chair
  • Was a former Manger-in-training at Crepehouse Uni until it closed down in March, 2010 Crepe House Uni
  • I used to be the Student Manager at Sodexo-Bio Brew located in the Science Lab Building
  • My second job was at a KFC in Sacramento
  • My very first job was a summer/temp job for the City of Sacramento - Parks and Recreation

Research and Internship

  • Currently a Mental Health Intern for the County of Sacramento's Department of Health and Human Services
  • Conducting independent research on implicit homophobia
  • I was an introductory Chinese Culture Instructor at the Davis Senior Center
  • A Counseling Office Assistant for Grant Joint Union High School in Sacramento
  • I was a research Assistant for the UC Davis Pickett/Sherman Psychology Laboratories


  • Volunteered for the UC Davis Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center
  • Volunteered for the UC Davis Women's Resource Center
  • Was Involved with the Yes! on Equality campaign

Random Facts

  • I cannot stand close-minded individuals. Especially those who judge sexuality and culture based on their own misguided perceptions
  • I am a male feminist who is highly against male privilege
  • I am a queer rights activist who battles against heteronormativity
  • Advocate for equality for all individuals
  • Safe-zone trained through the UC Davis LGBTRC
  • Strongly advocate the usage of gender-neutral restrooms
  • While writing, I always use female pronouns in priority (i.e. she/he, her/him), rather than the male-dominance standard of he/she or him/her
  • First aid, and CPR trained


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2007-10-23 22:34:46   Is Bio Brew a Sodhexo establishment, or not? —Graham.Freeman

2007-10-23 23:55:05   I spent years of my life waiting for the darn building to be built, and then spending time in it. We all knew a coffee shop was going to open inside the building (the open space and counters were obvious), and it's no biggy. I think I made the original wikipage when it was first named. I don't care much about the whole thing, though most professors (and grad students) aren't a fan of the coffee, it's not that impressive :P But it gets one through the day. heh. —EdWins

2007-10-24 04:38:02   Howdy, let's start over, and let me welcome you to the wiki. Last night was the kind of dumb confrontation that pops up now and then, and I'm sorry it was your first impression here. If you did create the WinnieLay account, please disable it (login and choose "Disable this account forever" in the settings menu), and hopefully everybody can remember that you are new here and simply trying to help edit the Wiki. The edits may have gone against wiki traditions, but hell, that couldn't have been known until after they were made. It's okay to make mistakes when you're in a new situation, and the correction could have been a bit more gentle. Stick around, and you'll get the swing of things here. We're an open group, you just happened to accidentally trip over three major no-nos... don't assume that the entry is yours if it is about you, don't delete information (even outdated info is maintained to keep a history of Davis), and don't remove criticism. All three have subtle "in this case it is okay" situations, but they are the kind of things it takes awhile to figure out what the established traditions are. Look at it this way: everybody expended all that energy last night for the exact same reason... everybody wants to improve the Bio Brew entry and improve the wiki in general. It just takes a week or so to "get" how the community here works, and it is usually much less confrontational than this. I hope you calm down (and everybody else calms down) and we can all work on the common goal of making every entry here — including Bio Brew — better. Maybe even make some friends and enjoy ourselves doing so. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards

2007-10-26 23:59:41   Hey, that's cool. I think people just had an issue with removing the connection to Sodexho. They want people to be aware of the corporate interest in the business, especially with the controversies related to Sodexho, (poor benefits for workers, unhealthy food). Unfortunately, I don't think that wasn't really communicated to you in the right way. It could have been done with a bit more respect and I thought the edit war was pretty lame. Sorry you got the short end of the stick on that one. To be fair, if something like that comes up again, try to keep it civil on your end too. If you start getting a bunch of reverts, ask the editor what the problem is so you can find healthy compromise. Fighting edit wars with edit wars just makes the problem that much more annoying. A lot of us follow the recent changes page and nastiness can really make that list a lot less fun to read. There's much more effective ways to work out our differences. That said, welcome to wiki and hope your future edits go smoother. —jefftolentino

2008-02-12 21:51:35   How about putting some information on the Sodexho page about the renaming? —JasonAller

2008-11-16 15:05:32   Hey Justin! —Sagat

2009-04-12 09:58:12 target is on its way —AndrewPeake

2009-07-30 04:13:01   I will fix your keyboard for some crepes. —NickSchmalenberger

2009-07-30 08:40:47   Worst case, you need a new keyboard which only costs about 10 or 20 dollars. Labors cost would be small, as there is not much work invloved. —RealComputers

2009-07-30 08:44:09   If you tell me the model number I can tell you an exact price. —RealComputers

2009-07-30 13:45:46   It's sometimes possible to snap the key back on, if you can line up the notches on the underside properly. I've done this a couple times with my hp laptops before, and it's usually a pretty quick fix. —JoePomidor

  • I would asume you tried this first, but if not give it a try, they do sometimes snap back on. - Real Computers

2009-07-30 17:57:17   a new keyboard would cost 11 dollars. They are pretty easy to repace so I would only charge you 10 dollars for labor, so the total would be 21 dollars. —RealComputers

2009-07-30 18:02:52   If you would like to go ahead with the keyboard replacement let me know and I will order the part. —RealComputers

2009-07-30 18:22:58   An H is worth 4, as there are only two of them. Be glad that you are not missing a Q a Z (10 points each). Super expensive if you happen to be on a triple word space at the time. Fortunately, if you have a blank key, you can use that anywhere on the keyboard. :-) —IDoNotExist

  • ThUn, knew that you were working at CHU for a while. I am wondering if I could call you up and talk to you for a bit regarding Sagat. Please call me 510-386-9088. My name is Patrick Nip. Thanks. BTW you can call me anytime.

2010-10-07 19:22:45   Sorry to hear about the controversy. :( —CovertProfessor

2010-10-07 19:37:57   :( :( —CovertProfessor

2010-10-07 22:40:02   Eh, we both felt very strongly about our views — obviously, it was a hotbutton issue! —CovertProfessor

2010-10-08 08:39:52   I try to live in the world of reason, too, although I have been known to slip from time to time. :-) As for things being political that shouldn't be... yeah, I run into that a lot, unfortunately. Academia is *very* political. —CovertProfessor

2010-10-08 20:39:36   Maybe give a little time for things to cool off and see if you can talk to them again — try to explain things from your point of view. Sounds like it couldn't hurt. —CovertProfessor

2010-10-08 22:43:49   Good luck. Hope it works. —CovertProfessor

2010-11-17 09:09:14   We can definitely take out the sentence suggesting a different name for Thai Canteen. Everyone here is an equal editor, meaning you're more than welcome to make the changes yourself. —TomGarberson

  • Tom is right — but it was bothering me too, so I took it out myself. Next time if you see something that needs fixing, though, please go ahead and fix! —CovertProfessor
    • Thank you all. :D I just wanted to discuss it before actually making any changes. I like to get approval from the community before acting on my own. It's just kind of my nature. :] —ThUn
      • That's a good trait. But when something is just clearly wrong, like "Thai Kanteen," you should just go for it. :-) —cp

2011-11-19 14:19:11   on the whole I would much rather interact with UCD police than DPD. Don't let one instance and one officer spoil what is generally an awesome department —StevenDaubert