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Shuttle SchedulesClick to Open
New 2018-2019 Shuttle Schedules are located online at https://www.rwu.edu/who-we-are/administrative-offices/public-safety/transportation/shuttle-service/shuttle-schedules
Outbound Shuttle transportation for Thanksgiving reservations are open at: https://www.rwu.edu/who-we-are/administrative-offices/public-safety/transportation/outboundinbound-transportation-sign
2018 Turkey Basket Drive and ContestClick to Open
Turkey Basket donations include non-perishable food items and a grocery store gift card used to purchase a turkey. Donations are distributed to the community through the East Bay Food Pantry, located right here in Bristol.
In 2017, we received 2,648 pounds of food (a 36% increase from our 2016 drive) and $1,633 in cash and grocery gift cards. This year, we are hoping to increase our numbers yet again, but need your help to do so!
Additionally, to help get you all in the competitive spirit, these baskets are often designed and decorated by different departments or groups on campus, and then judged for quantity of food, creativity in design, and honorable mention. The winners of these categories will receive a restaurant GIFT CARD of $75 to fund your holiday celebrations.
Baskets are due by 3:15pm and judging will occur on Monday, November 12 at 3:30PM in the GHH atrium. In order to participate, please fill out the survey by clicking this link.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
We hope you will join us in this RWU tradition!
Grant Writing Workshop for Faculty & Administrators on Oct. 31Click to Open
Interested in applying for federal, state, or foundation grants but don’t know where to start? Have a great research or program idea and want to explore how to write a grant for external funding?
Join us for a Grant Writing Workshop for faculty and administrators presented by the Office of Sponsored Programs on Wednesday, October 31 from 10:30 am – 12:00 noon in SE 115.
Workshop topics include: how to find grant opportunities; tips for improving your chances for funding; elements of a strong proposal; developing a budget; grant policies and procedures at RWU and next steps after receiving an award notification. Participants will receive a binder that includes sample proposals, grant writing tips, resources for identifying grant opportunities, and RWU guidelines.
Still have questions? We are happy to schedule follow-up consultations on specific topics such as proposal development, budget preparation, or how to use search engines to find grant opportunities. To register for the workshop or for further information, contact Joyce Botelho at email@example.com or via phone at ext. 3552.
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Have a story to share? Or looking for advice on how to promote your recent research project in the news media? Then you've come to the right place. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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