Proposals Sought for Enhancing JHU Sense of
Counseling Center advisory board, along with the Dean
of Student Life Office, is seeking students, faculty and
staff to submit ideas about how to enhance the sense of
community at Johns Hopkins. Prizes will be awarded to those
who create the most innovative, incisive and realistic
proposals. Students in full-time programs at the Krieger
and Whiting schools and at the Peabody Institute are
eligible for six cash prizes of $250 each. Faculty and
staff will receive a certificate of recognition.
The contest will address the ideas of belonging,
mutual support, acceptance and shared fate that are the
hallmarks of a caring university.
Submissions should be limited to five double-spaced
pages and can be augmented with Web site materials,
advertising campaigns, videos/films, drawings, etc. Copies
may be submitted via e-mail with JHU Community Project as
the subject header to Counseling Center director Michael
Mond (email@example.com) with
a copy to Brenda Strumke at firstname.lastname@example.org, or two copies
may be dropped off at the Counseling Center in Garland Hall
or at the APTT room in AMR I. So that submissions can be
judged anonymously, a cover letter must be attached.
All proposals are due Friday, April 22.
The proposal should include a summary; approximate
budget; expected number of students, faculty and staff who
will participate in, or benefit from, the program; who will
manage the program; and a list of outcomes. Additional
materials may be attached. The cover sheet should include
the name(s) of all undergraduates, graduate students and/or
faculty/staff who developed the proposal with addresses,
e-mail addresses and phone numbers/extensions. For more
details, go to
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