Faculty/Staff Announcements

'Before Comic Books: The Early Newspaper Comic Strip and American Culture'
Bird in Hand, The Ivy Bookshop, and Johns Hopkins University's Alexander Grass Humanities Institute present the latest installment of Humanities in the Village-- this time a discussion of early comics in America with Jean Lee Cole.
Retirement webinar: Invest Confidently for Your Future
Learn how to build and manage a long-term investment plan by joining Fidelity for this educational web workshop; 2 to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, July 8
Odyssey: July course offerings
The Fourth of July is right around the corner. Does that mean that summer is over? Absolutely not. For the Odyssey program, there are several virtual July course offerings.
Odyssey summer: Economics 101 Revisited
This four-session virtual course, offered by Dr. López-González, takes a critical look at the history of capitalism and the widening gap between rich and poor; Wednesday, July 8–29
Coping Conversations for Families of Physicians and Frontline Workers
Family members of physicians and frontline workers are invited to a supportive conversation that will provide resources to aid them during the pandemic
Coping Conversations for Frontline Workers
Frontline workers are invited to join mySupport clinicians for a dialogue on the impact of the pandemic on their work and life
Coping Conversations for Physicians
Two Zoom sessions will provide a supportive place for physicians dealing with COVID-19 to discuss the impact of the pandemic on their work and life
Odyssey summer: Introduction to Quantum Gravity and the Frontiers of Physics
Join instructor John Hessler for this three-session virtual class introducing concepts of quantum gravity
Reminder: No bus or shuttle service July 3 or 4
University buses and shuttles will not operate on Friday, July 3, or Saturday, July 4, because of the national holiday
Women in Global Health: Exploring Non-Academic Careers
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health announces the launch of a new virtual seminar series; Leslie Mancuso, president and CEO of Jhpiego, speaks at the inaugural session