Odyssey: The Pygmalion Myth
Explore the fascination man has in creating "the perfect woman" through literature, stage, and film; Tuesday, June 1 and 8
Help JHU improve its COVID-19 communication
We invite you to take part in a short survey to assess the reach of and your reactions to an ongoing university communications initiative
Open office hours with the vice provost for student affairs
Share an idea. Ask a question. Raise a concern. Or just get to know each other. Vice Provost Alanna Shanahan invites students, staff, and faculty to discuss campus life, opportunities to get involved, resources and support, and more.
Odyssey: June course offerings
A wide variety of courses, including The American Motorcycle, The Great Migration, and Descending Into Zen With a Beginner's Mind, begin in June
Here 4 U online peer support group session for women
Women can join a safe space to talk about how they're doing emotionally and to hear how others are coping with COVID-19 and everything else
Faculty invited to register for Best Practices in University Teaching (workshop), June 21-25
Johns Hopkins faculty and senior leaders will share pedagogical best practices with faculty interested in learning how to become more effective and efficient teachers
What We Think and Say Matters: How Unconscious Stigma May Worsen Our Mental Health
The webinar, from 3 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 19, focuses on stigma, "burnout,"and where the research stands
University buses to increase maximum capacity
Beginning Saturday, May 15, JHU transit buses can transport up to 30 passengers at one time, an increase from the previous maximum capacity of 20
DREAM-04: End user feasibility evaluation of Tenofovir rectal microbicide douche
Healthy adults needed for a research study of an enema used in the rectum
COVID-19 vaccine information sessions for faculty and staff
Seeking trustworthy information about COVID-19 vaccines? The university is hosting a series of information sessions for faculty and staff with panelists addressing such topics as vaccine safety and efficacy, eligibility, and common misinformation.