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Note
Published Spring 2017
Frankly, an experiment
Published Spring 2017
When it was founded in 1950, 'Johns Hopkins Magazine' was dedicated to the person who likes to 'keep his oar in' research and disciplines beyond his own / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Nonfiction
Framework for rebellion
Published Spring 2017
Nonfiction
Forced treatment
Published Spring 2017
Risk/Reward
The CEO who learned to ask
Published Spring 2017
Q&A with David Narrow, who, at 26, ha already founded two medical technology companies / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Class notes
Medicine's man of morals
Published Spring 2017
Class notes
Patient advocate
Published Spring 2017
Afterwords
Classroom warfare
Published Spring 2017
I had worked for six years to be the best teacher I could be. But now I felt like a babysitter. I was pouring my soul into this job but feared that I wasn't doing it well. Was I helping anyone? / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Expert: 'Unimaginable' impact from EPA cuts
Published April 30, 2017
School of Public Health's Tom Burke served as EPA science adviser, deputy assistant administrator
Award-winning cartoonist to speak at Hopkins
Published April 30, 2017
Illustrator Barry Blitt, whose has drawn more than 80 covers for 'The New Yorker,' will visit on April 3