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March 2024 Newsletter

Celebrate National Pet Month at SRWC

SRWC is celebrating National Pet Month in April with two activities. Not only can you celebrate your pets by positing their photos on Slack throughout the month, you'll also be able to meet (and maybe even adopt) a furry friend at our 'Yappy Hour' event, where dogs from a neighborhood rescue will be on campus to say hello.

Note: We look forward to seeing your pet's photos on Slack,but please take a moment to review our 'no pet' policy. 

Post your pictures on #srwc-chat

Meet some furry friends and bring a bag of treats and/or food to donate! RSVP here. 

Head's Up

Upcoming Campus Fire Drills

SRWC Operations will conduct its annual fire drill (building evacuation drill) at:

Academy Hall on Wednesday, April 10 at 9:10 a.m.

University Hall on Wednesday, April 24 at 9:10 a.m.

During the drill, the fire alarm systems will activate inside the buildings, and the annunciators and strobes may be audible/visible from other buildings. No action is needed outside of Academy Hall and/or University Hall during their respective fire drills.

Affected building occupants should acknowledge any audio or visual alarms when activated, walk calmly but quickly to the nearest emergency exit/stairwell (do NOT use elevators), and check-in at the designated Emergency Assembly Point (EAP). We ask for your full cooperation during the evacuation drill. We recognize these drills may interrupt your schedule, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


New AED Devices Deployed Across SRWC

Stanford Redwood City (SRWC) has deployed 25 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) across six campus buildings for emergency use. An AED is a medical device used to provide emergency assistance for those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Although AEDs do not require specialized training, AED training is offered in conjunction with CPR on the Stanford Palo Alto campus (EHS-1300 via STARS) and in the Redwood City community via training providers affiliated with the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross.

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