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Welcome to HIVCampusEducation.org, an online hub of HIV prevention/education resources for institutions of higher education. This site is the work of the Association of American Colleges and Universities Program for Health and Higher Education, a decade long project partnering with campuses to prevent the spread of HIV and improve undergraduate learning by fostering collaborative problem-solving, interdisciplinary learning, social responsibility, and civic engagement.

 

The Hear Me Project is sponsoring the Positively Negative HIV/AIDS 2005 Story Writing Contest. The contest is open to 14-22 year olds and the deadline for submissions is December 1, . The winning entry will be made into a short film and the writer will receive $500. For details and an entry form, visit.

 

Acting on AIDS, a student run organization at Seattle Pacific University, sponsored “Do You See Orange?” a campaign to build HIV/AIDS awareness on campus by recruiting students to wear orange t-shirts representing the ratio of students living on campus to child orphans with AIDS living in Africa.

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