Wellness webinar: Quitting Tobacco—Set Yourself Up for Success
Quitting tobacco is not easy; as a good first step, attend this webinar, noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 29
The CIR is recruiting for an inpatient research study
The Center for Immunization Research seeks healthy adults ages 18 to 50 for investigational vaccine research studies
Announcing the new SAIS Summer Academies in Bologna and Washington, D.C.
Spend four weeks this summer exploring international affairs in the heart of Europe or in Washington, D.C.; open to Hopkins undergraduates and recent college graduates, who can earn up to four graduate-level credits at either location
Odyssey: On the Shoulders of Giants, Part One
Join instructor Ernest Quarles for this six-session course as he focuses on social justice giants and critical movements from 1940 to the present; Monday, Feb. 17 to March 23
Odyssey: Spring semester
From lecture series, to Spanish introductory levels 1 and 2, to writing and communication, and on to science and nature, Odyssey Spring 2020 has something for you
Consider giving a few hours of your time on Friday or Saturday, Jan. 24-25
Day of Service volunteers are needed for projects such as painting classrooms, fixing and delivering food to those in need, and painting murals; help is also needed at the first Martin Luther King Jr. Health Fair
Participants with driver's license needed for fMRI driving research study
Drivers (16-21 years old) will make one three-hour visit to the East Baltimore campus; compensation is a $50 Amazon gift card
Invasive Species Management Project underway near old Carnegie Building
Starting Monday, Jan. 20, invasive species are being removed from the area south of the old Carnegie Building
Free Dance Classes Offered for JHU Students: Ballet and Modern
Free noncredit ballet and modern dance classes are offered this semester at the Homewood campus, available to all JHU students including graduate and non-Homewood students.
Travel and learn with CTY's Family Educational Travel Programs
Students in grades 5-12 and their families can participate in immersive learning experiences in destinations around the world this summer with the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth