Faculty/Staff Announcements

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CER hosts virtual trainings to prepare faculty for the fall
The Center for Educational Resources will be hosting virtual workshops throughout August to prepare KSAS and WSE faculty for the fall semester and beyond
A Historic Year in the Law: A Review of the Supreme Court's Term
Prof. Schneebaum will analyze some of the Supreme Court's precedent-setting opinions and what they might mean for the future of the court and of the country
Jhpiego president to speak at inaugural session of Center for Global Health series
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health opens its new virtual seminar series with a talk by Leslie Mancuso, president and CEO of Jhpiego
CER hosts Teaching Workshops to prepare faculty for the fall
The Center for Educational Resources hosts virtual workshops throughout July to prepare faculty in the Krieger School and the Whiting School for the fall semester and beyond
'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.
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
Virtual Below the Belt: Stride and Thrive 5k and 1 mile run/walk
The Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service invites you to run, walk, skip, hop, or couch surf on Sunday, June 7, to help raise awareness for gynecologic cancers and support cancer research
Register for Waste Less Wednesday Zoom Socials
Register to receive the Zoom link for Homewood Recycling's new weekly event series
How do you Map a Monster?
AAP's MS in Geographic Information Systems program is hosting a four-part series titled "Mapping a Monster"
New COVID-19 Community Support Events Calendar
The calendar has informative and morale-boosting events that are open to both the Johns Hopkins community and the general public