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Bioethics seminar on the proposed revisions to the Common Rule

11:30 am - 1pm
Alumni Auditorium , School of Nursing School of Nursing
East Baltimore Campus
The Berman Institute of Bioethics presents a seminar by Kathy Hudson, of the National Institutes of Health, who will give a presentation detailing the proposed revisions to the Common Rule

Community directed interventions to enhance maternal and child health

12 - 1:30 pm
Feinstone Hall, Room E2030, East Baltimore Campus East Baltimore Campus
William Brieger, senior malaria specialist at Jhpiego and professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, presents a talk titled "Community Directed Interventions to Enhance Maternal and Child Health"

Carnegie seminar series

12:15 - 1:15 pm
Rose Auditorium, Carnegie Institution Carnegie Institution
Homewood Campus
David Spector, of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, will present a seminar titled "Probing the Role of the Long Non-Coding RNA Malat1 in Breast Cancer Progression"

A new era of research: How linkages are advancing stroke care and outcomes

3:30 - 4pm
2024 E. Monument St. Room 1-500Q, East Baltimore Campus East Baltimore Campus
Janet Bettger, an associate professor at Duke School of Nursing, Duke Clinical Research Institute, and Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, presents a lecture titled "A New Era of Research: How Linkages are Advancing Stroke Care and Outcomes"

Advising for clinical psychology grad school applicants

5:30 - 7pm
Alison Papadakis will lead an advising seminar on navigating and succeeding in the application process for clinical psychology graduate programs
Registration Required

Circuit bending workshop

6 - 8pm
Offit Building, Suite 226, Mattin Center Mattin Center
Homewood Campus
Dissect, experiment, and destroy adorable children's toys in the pursuit of weird glitchy sounds and a working knowledge of circuits at the DMC

Deloitte diversity panel

6:30 - 8pm
Office of Multicultural Affairs
The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Career Center invite you to attend a diversity panel hosted by Deloitte
Oct 6

CLSP fall seminar series

12am - 1:15 pm
Guido Zarrella, of MITRE Corporation, will present a Center for Language and Speech Processing seminar titled "Neuromorphic Language Understanding"
Oct 6

ICM Distinguished Seminar: Better living through control: Applications to neural and cardiac systems

11 - 12am
Sherwood Room, Levering Hall Levering Hall
Homewood Campus
Jeffrey Moehlis, a professor from University of California, Santa Barbara, presents a seminar titled "Better living through control: Applications to neural and cardiac systems"
Oct 6

Keswick Farmers Market

11am - 1:30 pm
A variety of vendors offer fresh-from-the-field produce, creative lunch choices, flowers, sweets, spices, and more locally grown and sourced items
Oct 6

Accenture coffee chat

1:30 - 3pm
Sherwood Room, Levering Hall Levering Hall
Homewood Campus
Accenture, a global management consulting, technology services, and outsourcing company, hosts a coffee chat for students interested in career opportunities
Oct 6

Chemistry Department colloquium

4:15 - 5:15 pm
Professor Anastasia Alexandrova, of University of California, Los Angeles, will present a seminar titled "Catalytic Clusters and Surfaces: Design Through the Prism of Chemical Bonding"
Oct 6

Peabody Doctor of Musical Arts Musicology Colloquium

5 - 6pm
Room 308 C (Conservatory Building), Peabody Institute Peabody Institute
Joseph Auner of Tufts University speaks on "Feeling Musical Machines: Feedback Loops in Live Electroacoustic Music" in Peabody's Doctor of Musical Arts Musicology Colloquium
Oct 6

Campus Well Fest

5 - 7pm
Atrium, Mudd Hall Mudd Hall
Homewood Campus
Support wellness and healthy lifestyles on campus with a flu shot, a free fitness assessment, and more
Oct 6

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine information session

5:30 - 6:30 pm
Join Jim Weiss, Associate Dean for Admissions, and Paul White, Assistant Dean of Admissions to learn more about the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Oct 6

'Do Guns Make Us Free?': a Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins book talk

Local author and MICA philosophy Professor Firmin DeBrabander discusses his latest book