Bloustein School holiday contest raises funds for Rutgers Against Hunger

December 22, 2017

Bloustein School faculty and staff at the school participated in a Holiday Door Decorating Contest to raise funds for Rutgers Against Hunger. Congratulations to first place winners Krystyn Kmac Kitto and Courtney Culler on their “Safe Routes to the Dean’s Office” themed door! The Bloustein Center for Survey Research made a group effort for their door and placed second, and Voorhees Transportation Center staff member Gail Columbia took third. The school raised over $300 by having faculty and staff purchase ballots to pick the winner. Click on the photos to see all of the participants full size.

First place door by Krystyn Kitto and Courtney Culler

Second place door by the Bloustein Center for Survey Research

Third place door by Gail Columbia, staff member at the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center

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