Homewood Holiday 5k: Early registration discount ends tomorrow, Nov. 30
The early registration discount for the sixth annual Homewood Holiday 5k ends tomorrow, Nov. 30; post-race party has music, beer, costume contests, refreshments
Hopkins Symphony concert tickets now available for Brahms and Saint-Saëns
Saturday evening, pianist Sara Davis Buechner joins HSO in a performance of Saint-Saëns' Piano Concerto No. 2, followed by Brahms' Symphony No. 1; tickets are free for JHU students (undergrad, grad, doc, postdoc)
Research volunteers with anorexia nervosa needed for gut peptide study
Female volunteers age 13-70 who are currently diagnosed with anorexia nervosa are needed for three in-person visits to the JHM East Baltimore campus to drink Ensure, complete blood collections, answer questionnaires, and have an MRI
Papers welcome! The SAIS Europe Journal of Global Affairs is accepting submissions for print and online publication
This year's theme is Risk and Opportunity; deadline for submission of articles for print publication is Feb. 4
Udall Undergraduate Scholarship application is open
Scholarship program offers funding to outstanding students in these categories: (1) Native American/Alaska Native sophomores or juniors who want to work in tribal public policy or Indigenous health care; (2) sophomores or juniors who plan on a career in an environmental field
Make your holiday event more sustainable
If you are planning a holiday event this year, make it more sustainable with resources from the Office of Sustainability
Call for papers: Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium
Present your humanities research to a national audience right here at Hopkins on March 21-23, 2024; submissions due Dec. 8
Healthy volunteers needed for research on e-cigarettes
Researchers seek healthy adults who use e-cigarettes and are age 21 or older to take part in a Johns Hopkins study
Community-Based Learning courses now available for spring 2024
Ten community-based learning courses are being offered in spring 2024 through the Center for Social Concern's Engaged Faculty Fellows
B'More Intersession course descriptions now available
Students can read in this announcement descriptions of B'More Intersession courses—free one-credit classes offered through the Center for Social Concern—and register for the classes on SIS starting Dec. 5