Postcolonial Ecocriticism Interdisciplinary Research Cluster
The inaugural meeting is from 4 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 31, in Wyman Building 350.; light food and drink
Register for the Hop Reuse Hub Lunch and Learn event
The fall semester series begins Thursday, Oct. 24, with a free lunch and stimulating conversation about how to reduce carbon and incinerator footprints in Baltimore
Odyssey: Images of Justice
A six-session course exploring the social and political changes around the world through literature, film, arts, and more; Wednesday, Oct. 16 to Nov. 20
Odyssey: The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
This four-session course discusses the struggle, trial, and impeachment of the "accidental president"; Tuesday, Oct. 15 to Nov. 5
Center for Global Health accepting faculty applications to establish a global field placement site
Johns Hopkins faculty will work with a graduate or undergraduate student through the GHEFP program; students matched with your site receive $3,500 for travel, living expenses
Odyssey: The World Refugee Crisis
A five-session, multispeaker course that meets Mondays, Oct. 14 to Nov. 11
Volunteers needed for research study in sound perception
Seeking volunteers for a research study on sound perception. Participants will earn $10 per hour.
Community as a Contested Concept
This workshop, sponsored by the Center for Social Concern, will discuss university/community partnerships through the theme of "sense of community"; dinner included
DAAD scholarships for study or research in Germany
DAAD offers scholarships to fund a year of study (for graduating seniors or recently graduated students) or research (for graduate students) at any university in Germany in any field of study
Indigenous Peoples Day Pow Wow
An initiative to highlight and celebrate the various indigenous heritage cultures, both on campus and historical, and their contributions to the world