'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.
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.
Reminder: No bus or shuttle service July 3 or 4
University buses and shuttles will not operate on Friday, July 3, or Saturday, July 4, because of the national holiday
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
Johns Hopkins libraries resume select services June 29
Beginning Monday, June 29, JHU affiliates can check out books and other circulating materials from all Hopkins libraries; libraries will reopen for limited research beginning July 6
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
Opportunity to volunteer with CovidSMS
CovidSMS is a startup led by public health and computer science students at Johns Hopkins and Stanford. It provides ZIP code–specific Covid-19 statistics and resources (testing sites, unemployment, food, and volunteer support) via text message.
Contact the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Call Center if you have symptoms
One center will now serve all JHU students, faculty, and staff who are concerned about exposure to the virus
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
Share your feedback on the Hopkins Student Center design
Look for a link to the HSC design competition survey in your email and reply by June 25