Faculty/Staff Announcements


Odyssey: Women in Art: When, Where, and Why?
This four-session course combines lecture and museum visits as we examine women artists from the 19th-21st centuries; Wednesdays, March 28 to April 11; field study, Saturday, April 14
Odyssey: The Electoral College—Past, Present, and Future
A four-session exploration of close and contested elections from 1800 to 2016; Wednesdays, March 28 to April 18
Did you miss the Johns Hopkins RAPID Psychological First Aid Workshop?
If you missed last week's Johns Hopkins RAPID Psychological First Aid Workshop, register now for the May 3-4 offering
Register now for Fundamentals of Research Coordination: A Course for Research Staff
Learn to manage a research study or program in this three-day classroom course offered by the School of Nursing; Jan. 10-12
Integrating salivary bioscience training: Participate in Spit Camp
Join the Women's Mood Disorders Center for the Integrating Salivary Bioscience into Behavioral, Developmental, and Health Science Research Workshop on Monday, March 26
Odyssey: Astronomy, Religion, and Society
This eight-session course explores discoveries over the past half millennium and their impact on the world; Tuesdays, March 20 to May 8
Tuition remission for JHU Pre-college Summer Programs
Dependents of full-time faculty and staff are eligible for 50 percent tuition remission to enroll in pre-college JHU Summer Programs
Odyssey: Lecture by Taylor Branch
Author and historian Taylor Branch explores King's legacy; Monday, March 19
Odyssey: Elements of Creative Writing
This eight-session course reviews the fundamentals of writing; Tuesdays, March 20 to May 8, Homewood campus
Odyssey: Tangier Island—A Visual Journey
This class explores the island, waterman community, and the wildlife that inhabits its marshes, lagoons, and tidal guts