A monthly demo-style event where entrepreneurs, techies, developers, designers, business people, and interested people see showcases on cool new technology in a demo format and interact with each other
The lecture, by Isaac Shearn, of Community College of Baltimore County, is titled "Decolonizing Knowledge Production: Participatory Research and 'Do-It-Yourself' Three-Dimensional Mapping of Indigenous Landscapes"
The Center for Environmental and Applied Fluid Mechanics (CEAFM) presents Professor Ali Mani, of Stanford University, who will discuss "Fluid Mechanics of Electrochemical Interfaces: Instability and Chaos Near Ion-Selective Surfaces"
Carey Business School Office of Faculty and Research hosts Batia M. Wiesenfeld, chair of the Department of Management and Organizations and David Margolis Faculty Fellow at Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University
Junior Bach is an outreach program sponsored by the Peabody Composition Department. Each semester, Peabody composition majors give weekly, one-on-one lessons to students from the St. Ignatius Loyola Academy, culminating in this concert of their original music. Free
Hopkins alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff, and friends partner with local organizations whose missions align with the Rising to the Challenge signature initiatives; 11 sites in Baltimore, two in DC
Cyclists of all ages are invited to participate in this exciting, fun-filled and delicious bike race/ride from one bake sale to the next; funds benefit the Tree House Child Assessment Center of Montgomery County
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