Race in America

Forum with filmmaker

November 19, 2015
Director, attorney, and criminal justice reformer Dawn Porter to speak at Shriver Hall on Dec. 2

How to defeat ISIS

November 18, 2015
SAIS dean, Middle East scholar Vali Nasr discusses the Paris attacks and the need for a diplomatic solution to Syrian conflict

Hitler's last gamble

November 12, 2015
Military historian Antony Beevor details one of WWII's bloodiest battles, the Battle of the Bulge
E-tail emergence

Digging into online deals

November 23, 2015
JHU professor explores purchase habits of consumers, who are increasingly going online / Carey Business magazine
Book reading

For Ta-Nehisi Coates, a stirring return to Hopkins

November 20, 2015
A day after receiving National Book Award, author talks systemic racism, violence, activism
MSE Symposium

The road to 'Selma'

November 19, 2015
Director Ava DuVernay talks race, Hollywood, and doing it her way

Shared values

November 11, 2015
Carey Business School students, instructors with military backgrounds discuss the benefits of a business education
$2.00 a day

Stories of extreme poverty

November 10, 2015
JHU social scientist Kathryn Edin speaks about her new book
Defense strategy

New world disorder

November 6, 2015
U.S. military poorly equipped for future conflicts and challenges, SAIS expert Eliot Cohen testifies / The American Interest
New life for old house

Extreme makeover: Neighborhood edition

November 6, 2015
JHU business students work to bring entrepreneurs, developers to Baltimore's historic Jonestown neighborhood

Turning the corner?

November 2, 2015
Federal policy changes lead to healthier options in urban 'food deserts,' study suggests / School of Public Health

JHU experts question safety of supplements

November 2, 2015
Pre-market registration, clearer disclaimers, better standards for identifying substances are good first steps to safer market, authors write / School of Public Health
JHU Race Forum

On police brutality, 'the two black Americas'

October 29, 2015
'New York Times' journalist Charles Blow visits Homewood campus for second event in JHU Forums on Race in America series

25 stories of social impact

October 23, 2015
YearLook highlights Bloomberg School of Public Health milestones, accomplishments
Policy Talk

Experts explore mental health, addiction

October 22, 2015
School of Public Health event organized in part by new Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research

Painkiller nation?

October 22, 2015
School of Public Health study finds that most Americans use painkillers but also see abuse as a serious issue / School of Public Health

Trudeau's summit marathon

October 21, 2015
New Canadian prime minister will be tested during his first few months in office, SAIS expert says / SAIS Intrepid

Operating in harm's way

October 13, 2015
Surgeon Adam Kushner on Afghan hospital bombing and the dangers of working in a war zone
Maternal health

Fracking and pregnancy

October 12, 2015
Expectant mothers near hydraulic fracturing wells at greater risk for premature births, study suggests / Bloomberg School of Public Health
JHU Race Forums

'NYT' columnist Charles Blow to speak at JHU

October 9, 2015
He is second guest in JHU Forums on Race in America series
MSE Symposium

D. Watkins on activism, race

October 8, 2015
Baltimore-born author, JHU alum visits campus as part of MSE Symposium
Every student, every day

Targeting absenteeism

October 7, 2015
JHU expert Robert Balfanz contributes to White House initiative
Race and real estate

Timing isn't everything

October 7, 2015
Race a key factor in which homeowners made money in up-and-down 2000s housing market
$2 a day

Extreme poverty examined

October 6, 2015
Book co-authored by JHU social scientist Kathryn Edin profiles the poorest of the poor in the U.S. / Marketplace
White House Fellows

2 from JHU go to Washington

October 2, 2015
Obesity expert Sara Bleich, radiation oncology resident Shereef Elnahal among 16 selected for prestigious yearlong fellowship
A different world

Unified Germany, 25 years later

October 1, 2015
AICGS publishes commentary from scholars, experts on 25th anniversary of Germany's reunification
Fishy business

Seafood, waste food

September 23, 2015
Nearly half of U.S. seafood supply goes to waste, JHU researchers say / School of Public Health
Syrian refugee symposium

Experts mull crisis, solutions

September 23, 2015
Human rights, public health experts discuss ongoing humanitarian disaster at Bloomberg School symposium