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Daniels urges support for young scientists

January 6, 2015 4:30:00 pm
JHU president proposes policy reforms, increased NIH funding in article published in 'Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences' / PNAS
What I've Learned

Peabody's Leon Fleisher

Jan-Feb 2015
Acclaimed pianist talks about his early training, career, and teaching / Gazette
Perspective

SAIS scholar discusses historic shift in U.S.-Cuba relations

December 18, 2014 9:48:00 am
Piero Gleijeses has written two books on Cuban foreign policy and is the only foreigner to conduct research in the closed Cuban archives
Ad madness?

$4.5M gone in 30 seconds

January 27, 2015 12:48:00 pm
JHU marketing expert discusses the benefits, risks of high-priced Super Bowl commercials

Write stuff

January 9, 2015 1:06:00 pm
Nine Johns Hopkins faculty authors to be featured on C-SPAN2's 'Book TV'
Ask an expert

Why care about Mars?

Jan-Feb 2015
Assistant professor from Earth and Planetary Sciences ponders our fascination with the Red Planet / Gazette
My View

Good eats

Jan-Feb 2015
'Healthy fuel for the body' is on the menu at Johns Hopkins' Homewood campus / Gazette
Four Questions

For Jackson Janes

Jan-Feb 2015
President of the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies discusses the 25th anniversary of German unification and the future of the European Union / Gazette

Class notes

Winter 2014
News and notes from our alumni / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Message

Winter 2014
On a recent flight back to Baltimore, my seatmate serendipitously turned out to be a Hopkins alumna, Melanie Shimano. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Dispatches

Called to care

December 1, 2014 12:21:00 pm
Recent School of Public Health grad writes about life on front lines of Ebola epidemic
Commentary

Who dropped the ball on Ebola?

November 4, 2014 12:00:00 pm
Inadequate infrastructure, uncoordinated international response contribute to 'devastation' in West Africa
Ask an expert

Are retail stores dead?

Nov-Dec 2014
Sylvia Long-Tolbert, a Carey Business School professor specializing in marketing trends and brand management, shares her thoughts / Gazette

Public Health dean criticizes N.J. Ebola quarantine

October 27, 2014 2:18:00 pm
In letter to Gov. Christie, Klag says policy 'increases paranoia without materially protecting health'
Commentary

Smart is not a dirty word

October 23, 2014 3:38:00 pm
CTY director: Grit, talent are 'mutually reinforcing, not innately opposed' / The Baltimore Sun

... Jon Weingart

Fall 2014
Get to know Jon Weingart, professor of neurological surgery. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

The imperfect measure of care

Fall 2014
The federal government, through the Affordable Care Act, has begun paying health care providers based on how good their services are. There's just one problem: How in the world do you measure that? / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Going long

Fall 2014
Jim Margraff and Bill Stromberg spent countless extra practice time together, honing both their crafts and their timing. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Four Questions

For Kathy Schnurr

Sept-Oct 2014
University chaplain talks about religious and spiritual life, interfaith engagement at JHU / Gazette
What I've Learned

'Father of medical robotics'

Sept-Oct 2014
Computer scientist Russ Taylor helped create breakthroughs in computer-assisted brain, spinal, eye, ear, nose, throat surgeries / Gazette
Commentary

Nurses play key role on 'front lines' of Ebola outbreak, Nursing dean says

August 25, 2014 11:12:00 am
Davidson's op-ed published in 'The Baltimore Sun' / The Baltimore Sun
Commentary

'Proceed with caution'

August 19, 2014 8:34:00 am
Public health ethics expert urges gradual, informed dissemination of experimental Ebola treatment
Opinion

Arab world's blurred lines

August 13, 2014 9:24:00 am
Vali Nasr: Sectarian violence in Iraq can be traced to 'arbitrary boundaries' drawn after WWI / The New York Times
Commentary

'Poverty is colorblind'

July 14, 2014 12:16:00 pm
White poverty is less expected, but real, with hidden perks of privilege, Johns Hopkins researchers say / CNN.com

How to bring back Nigeria's kidnapped girls

July 11, 2014 12:02:00 pm
A JHU Press author suggests tactics that could bring about the release of more than 200 Nigerian girls who were kidnapped by terrorists in May / The New Yorker
My View

Middle man

July-Aug 2014
Behind the scenes with the man who connects Peabody's performers and audiences / Gazette