Johns Hopkins University has launched Hopkins at Home, an online resource that provides opportunities to attend live sessions with faculty as well as access to select recorded lectures and presentations.
Developed in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, Hopkins at Home is free and open to all—alumni, friends, staff, faculty, and members of the community at large. The site includes recorded lectures, multi-part "master class" courses, JHU TED talks, and a gateway to online performances, exhibitions, and other offerings from across the university.
"The spirit of discovery and service abounds across our community," JHU President Ronald J. Daniels and Provost Sunil Kumar in a message to alumni introducing the site. "And though we are unable to convene as we normally would, the spark of intellectual curiosity still has the power to inspire and draw us together."
The first live lecture "How long is too long? Communication, expectations and compliance with stay-at-home orders" is scheduled for noon EDT on Tuesday, April 7, with Mario Macis, associate professor in the Carey Business School. The lecture will feature David Unger, adjunct professor of American foreign policy at SAIS Europe, currently living in Italy under a stay-at-home order.
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