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
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,
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.
This site contains
HIV prevention messages that might not be appropriate for all audiences.
Since HIV infection is spread primarily through sexual practices or
by sharing needles, prevention messages and programs may address these
topics. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended
by such materials, please exit this web site.