Academic Service-Learning: Designation, Faculty SL Handbook
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This year's Relay for Life raised a record of $70,000. 1,500 participants! Thank you!
Upcoming Center Events:
Blood Drive: Our center holds Blood Drives every month. Our next Blood Drive will be held on October 1, 2015. Sign-ups will be available at Mills and Wilsbach dining halls. Click on the calendar tab for times and dates.
CSRC Help Yourself, Help Others Conference:This year's annual conference will be held on November 21, 2015. Registration begins at 9:15 am, event begins at 10 am. Keynote Speaker will be Dave Kelly. This event is open for all students at no cost! More details about this event will be posted.
1st Annual Kicking for Kidneys Kickball Tournament: Join us on October 24, 2015 at Alumni Field House to have fun while still spreading awareness. $5 per person. Come by the CSRC Office to sign your team up!
SUNY Oneonta 2nd Bone Marrow Registration:More than 300+ people attended last year's registration this year the aim is to get even more people to sign up. This event will take place on October 7th & 8th at Hunt Union Ballroom. Click here to learn more about this opportunity or stop by our office.
Canstruction: Canstruction is a unique charity which hosts competitions, exhibitions and events showcasing colossal structures made out of full cans of food. After the structures are built, the cansculptures go on display to the public as a giant art exhibition. At the end of the event, all food is donated to local hunger relief organizations.This year's canstruction will be held on April 9 and 10. Click here for more information about canstruction click here.
Fashion in Action: Take action! Help provide a teachers salary in India, and look stylish at the same time. CSRC is selling scarves, shawls, tapestries, purses, and more, all hand made in India. 100% of the proceeds goes to Indo-International schools, built by the Ninash Foundation to provide free education to the impoverished children of India. Visit ninash.org for information on the Indo-International schools.
Check out this year's Relay for Life videos:
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