Applications now open for the 2023-24 Instructional Enhancement Grant Program
A grant initiative to encourage faculty to develop creative uses of digital technologies to enhance teaching and learning at Hopkins by partnering with student fellows; administered by the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation
What happens with student survey results?
Student Affairs asks undergrads in the Whiting and Krieger schools to complete the Senior Survey or the Enrolled Student Survey, alternating each spring. To find out what we do with the valuable information we get back from you, keep reading!
Next Wednesday, Feb. 15: Homewood campus emergency alert systems test
Homewood Public Safety will conduct a full-scale simultaneous activation of both the siren/public address system and the Johns Hopkins Rave Alert text messaging system
Free admission in February at Homewood Museum
In honor of Black History Month, Homewood Museum welcomes all visitors free of charge during the month of February
Knee osteoarthritis research study
Researchers are looking for volunteers who have been diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis, are at least 45 years old, and are not diagnosed with any other serious medical condition; compensation up to $1,475
Brain imaging study seeks patients with treatment-resistant major depressive disorder
Qualified participants will have bloodwork, memory testing, one PET scan, and one MRI scan of the brain; compensation up to $400
Sustainability Symposium: Call for presenters
Register to attend or present at the JHU Sustainability Leadership Council's all-day, in-person research symposium on Wednesday, April 5; proposed presentations due by Friday, March 3
Healthy volunteers needed for research study
Earn $15/hour playing computer games
IDIES requests proposals for the 2023 Summer Student Fellowship Program
The Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science provides a $6,000 grant for the student to conduct 10 weeks of data science-focused research; proposals are due by 5 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2023
Participants needed for study on PCOS
The Johns Hopkins Center for Reproductive Mental Health (formerly the Women's Mood Disorders Center) is recruiting women with previously diagnosed, or suspected medical diagnosis of, polycystic ovary syndrome