Faculty/Staff Announcements


Hop Reuse Hub grand reopening
Homewood's premier furniture reuse program moved locations and has a new website
2021 Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award
The award is funded by the Doris Duke Fund to Retain Clinician Scientists and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; deadline to apply is 5 p.m. on Friday, April 2
March 2021 Boost and Propel awards
Boost and Propel awards are designed to accelerate protocols to produce efficient, high-quality, safe, and disseminatable research. Applications are due Monday, March 15
Faculty grants: Racism and Repair in the Modern Academy: Case Studies of Johns Hopkins University
The Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship seeks faculty researchers for a three-year study on academic racism and struggles against it, past and present
Present at Provost's Teaching With Technology DELTA Symposium
JHU faculty, staff, and students are invited to submit a proposal to present at the DELTA Symposium on May 4; submissions due by March 15
Online course for high school students: Biomedical Engineering Innovation
A fully online course for high school students; tuition remission can be used by eligible faculty/staff
Online course for high school students: Explore Engineering Innovation
This survey course for high school students includes topics in chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, and materials science; tuition remission can be used by eligible faculty/staff
Information session today, Feb. 22: JHU Gender and Racial Justice Scholars Awards
These awards support student research studying structural inequalities related to gender and race to help us understand our history and promote democracy, inclusion, and empowerment
Applications for 2021 Nexus Award due March 1
The Nexus Award for Johns Hopkins University Collaborative Behavioral, Social, and Systems Science Data Projects provides rapid, targeted funding to address critical gaps in clinical and translational research
Call for applications: SNF Agora Faculty Grants program
The grants program seeks to foster faculty collaboration across the university on ideas and efforts that could reinvigorate global democracy and the civic spaces that fuel it