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School-to-industry pipeline for Md. students

November 23, 2015
Johns Hopkins shows interest in serving as corporate partner for P-TECH program in Baltimore

Healthy outcomes

November 12, 2015
Program aims to boost classroom achievement in Baltimore by addressing basic health needs
Engineering education

STEM partnership announced

November 11, 2015
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As part of a partnership with JHU, Barclay Elementary/Middle School adapts modified curriculum, opens new lab space
Roughly speaking

Daniels: Job creation can help Baltimore heal

November 10, 2015
President discusses institution's response to April's unrest, efforts to strengthen ties to city on Dan Rodricks' podcast
Coffee talk

Daniels on MSNBC

November 6, 2015
In 'Morning Joe' appearance, he discusses institution's efforts to strengthen Baltimore
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

Community development grant

October 28, 2015
Johns Hopkins, MICA receive city support for Station North projects

Community connections

October 26, 2015
New website facilitates two-way exchange of information, resources between Hopkins, local community

Meaningful impact

October 26, 2015
JHU's Community Impact Internships program honored by governor's office for service contributions

New initiative aimed at strengthening city

September 30, 2015
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Effort will promote economic growth, increase employment opportunities in Baltimore
President's message

Daniels outlines commitment to Baltimore, new initiatives

September 3, 2015
He highlights Summer Jobs Program, new public school partnership, upcoming launch of HopkinsLocal economic inclusion initiative

Healthy and successful

August 25, 2015
Baltimore gets $3.7M grant to address lead paint, other safety hazards in city homes
Hearing Their Voices

Tuning in to what young city residents have to say

August 20, 2015
Project gives young people in Baltimore a chance to share their stories in wake of Freddie Gray's death, resulting unrest
First class

Big day for little ones

August 6, 2015
22 proud preschoolers graduate from JHU-run East Baltimore early childhood center
Fresh idea

To market, to market

July 29, 2015
JHU doctoral students win Abell Foundation award for proposal to use surplus food to help address Baltimore's 'food deserts'