RWU students undertake seven Bristol projects through CPC

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Through the Community Partnership Center, several students at Roger Williams University will be working on seven Bristol-based projects this semester.

The students will be conducting research, create an oral history project and a style book at the Herreshoff Marine Museum; create an archival and written history project at Mt. Hope Farm; examine the viability of the Colt barn horse stable at Colt State Park; create a waterfront master plan for the Town of Bristol; and study recycling habits, also for the Town of Bristol.

The Community Partnerships Center conducts a call for projects from community organizations on a bi-annual basis and is seeking new projects for the next academic year by March 3, 2014.

To submit a CPC Project Assistance Application, visit www.rwu.edu/about/partnerships-initiatives/cpc/collaborative-opportunities-projects/inquiry-process. To learn more about the CPC, visit www.rwu.edu/about/partnerships-initiatives/cpc.

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