National Postdoc Appreciation Week
The Homewood Postdoc Association hosts a selection of social and professional development events for JHU postdocs
Update: Construction around 33rd Street and St. Paul Street
Charles Village Streetscape work in this area will have an impact on pedestrians and bus stops beginning next week
Shakespeare and Modern-Day Politics: A special SAIS 75th anniversary event on Sept. 25
A reception and lecture by SAIS Dean Eliot A. Cohen at Evergreen Museum & Libraries on Wednesday, Sept. 25
Yoga as Healing
8-week mind/body workshop for survivors of any type of trauma, offers a safe space to establish self-awareness & healing. Guided activities & restorative yoga postures. Tuesdays 4:15-5:45pm, beginning on Oct. 1. Call the Counseling Center to register.
Refuel Our Future info session
Come learn how you can get involved with other students fighting for climate justice
Sign up to host
Sign up to host an overnight student.
Healthy participants with fair skin needed for a research study
Healthy people ages 18–70 are needed for this study investigating whether nutritional supplements protect skin from damage caused by UV radiation, aging
Heavy traffic expected in downtown Baltimore on Thursday afternoon
Motorists traveling in the area of Baltimore's downtown should be prepared for possible congestion and delays on Thursday between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
The Engaged Humanities speaker series kicks off Tuesday, Sept. 17
Lawrence Brown, from Morgan State University, presents "Engaging Communities as an Embedded Researcher" in first event of the series, Sept. 17
Brazilian Jiujitsu Club looking for women
A women-only class; jiujitsu is the best martial art to get fit, learn self-defense, have lots of fun, and release some stress