This time last year, we looked to the future with uncertainty. Today, as more vaccines are on the horizon and we emerge from a difficult winter, the future holds renewed hope.
To mark a full year since the pandemic first touched the Hopkins community, we are collecting perspectives from JHU students, faculty, and staff that reflect on the year that's been and collectively look ahead.
In 20 seconds or less, record a response to one or more of these questions:
- What was the moment last year you realized your world was about to change?
- What is something you've done in the past year that you never would've expected?
- Looking to the future, what are you hopeful or excited for?
- What are you grateful for?
Submit response(s) online. They will be compiled into a video to mark this moment in Johns Hopkins history. Written responses are also accepted.
Deadline for submissions is Friday, March 19.