Faculty/Staff Announcements

Master of Liberal Arts degree: Spring courses available on campus, hybrid, and online
MLA courses are eligible for tuition remission for JHU employees; applications for the 10-course degree are accepted on a rolling basis, and non-degree-seeking students are welcome to register
Raffle tickets now on sale benefiting the United Way
Homewood Student Affairs is selling raffle tickets for great prizes with all proceeds going to the United Way
Hives studies
Two studies of different lengths are seeking volunteers ages 18 to 65
Odyssey: Rebels of Destruction...or How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Apocalypse
Join playwright and screenwriter Marc Lapadula examining two classic cinematic works; 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 9
Join the JHU medical/public health brigade to Honduras
The dates are Jan. 16-24; participants will be shadowing doctors, working with patients, and working with a family on projects to improve a family's health
Community Impact Internships Program applications available, due Dec. 22
Work alongside community members to make a difference this summer in Baltimore; current freshmen through juniors of all majors are eligible for this paid summer internship opportunity
Take the Work-Life Pledge for December
Faculty and staff commit to a 30-day plan and choose from best practices in five categories known to improve work-life effectiveness; enhanced social support offered
Next Johns Hopkins at Eastern Toastmasters meeting: Dec. 7
JH faculty/staff are invited to join the club to strengthen public speaking skills in a supportive setting
Deadline approaching for Global Health Established Field Placements
Applications from faculty/staff to establish a site for the Global Health Established Field Placement program close at 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 13
Boren Scholarships for study abroad in regions critical to U.S. interests
The scholarship provides up to $20,000 in funding to study abroad in a country critical to U.S. national security