Faculty/Staff Announcements

Courses+Workshops

Odyssey: Introduction to Quantum Gravity and the Frontiers of Physics
Join instructor John Hessler for this three-session virtual class introducing concepts of quantum gravity
Odyssey: The Beatles and Their Impact on Society
Join instructor Pat Fosarelli on this four-session virtual journey to explore the Beatles, their roots, and how they influenced society; 7 to 8 p.m., Monday and Wednesday, July 13, 15, 20, 22
Odyssey summer course offerings
Take a look at the Odyssey Program's July course offerings on Zoom; JHU full-time faculty/staff are eligible for tuition remission
Apply now for the Leadership in Analytics and Data Science program, known as LEADS
LEADS is a data stewardship leadership program for analysts; annual cohorts are made up of an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students who are members of one or more of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Data Trust analytic teams
Odyssey summer: The Dust Bowl
Join instructor Rex Rehfeld for this one-day virtual lecture to discuss one of the worst man-made ecological blunders in history; Wednesday, July 15
Odyssey summer 2020: The Korean War
Join instructor Rex Rehfeld for this one-day virtual lecture to discuss the 70th anniversary of the Korean War; 1 to 3 p.m., 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
Odyssey summer 2020: The Soul of the Piano: The Life and Music of Frederic Chopin
Professor Daniel Weiser takes this four-session Zoom journey from Poland to Paris, performing many of Chopin's most beloved works, including his waltzes, impromptus, preludes, nocturnes, and ballades; Tuesday, July 7–28
Odyssey summer 2020: Economics 101 Revisited
This four-sesion 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