Homewood Arts Innovation Grants
Grants are now available for Homewood faculty and students
through the Arts Innovation Grants Program.
The initiative, introduced in May, is designed to help
faculty develop undergraduate
interdisciplinary (across departments, divisions or institutions)
courses that create new educational
opportunities in the arts for Homewood students, and to help
undergraduates create new co-curricular
activities in the arts or significantly increase the impact of
existing ones within both the university
and Baltimore communities. The deadline for submitting proposals
is Wednesday, Oct. 3.
For more information, go to
Fall Blood Drives
The American Red Cross is in need of replenishing area blood
will receive a free T-shirt and can enter a raffle. For updated
eligibility guidelines, go to www.my-
The East Baltimore drive will be held from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 25
and 26, in Turner Concourse. To schedule an appointment or for
more information, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or call Wanda Cartwright at
Tickets for End-of-Summer Fun
The Office of Faculty, Staff and Retiree Programs is still
discounted tickets for Anheuser-Busch Theme Parks, B & O Railroad
Museum, Caesar's Pocono Resorts,
Hershey Park, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Universal Studios
and more. To view the compete list, go
www.jhu.edu/~hr1/fsrp and click on "Promotional Offers."
Professional Clothing Drive
Wednesday, Oct. 17, is the final drop-off day for the
professional clothing drive scheduled for Oct. 18. Employees can
help men and women succeed in the
workplace by donating new or gently used professional
A list of drop-off sites can be found at:
For more information, contact Sondra Ponzi at
email@example.com or call
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