Student Announcements

Courses+Workshops

Intersession
Podcasting Bootcamp: Intersession course
The DMC and Writing Seminars are offering this course, where you will learn how to record, edit, and promote your own podcast; 1 credit, Jan 22–26
Odyssey: MCAT Review
The 23-session course meets Monday through Friday and three Saturdays, Jan. 3-30; no JHU tuition remission offered
Master of Liberal Arts degree: Spring courses available on campus, hybrid, and online
MLA courses are eligible for tuition remission for JHU employees; applications for the 10-course degree are accepted on a rolling basis, and non-degree-seeking students are welcome to register
Odyssey: Rebels of Destruction...or How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Apocalypse
Join playwright and screenwriter Marc Lapadula examining two classic cinematic works; 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 9
B'More registration opens tomorrow
B'More is a free, Baltimore-oriented Intersession program open exclusively to first-year students. This year it will run Monday, January 22 - Friday, January 26.
Spring 2018 Professional Development Program modules
The seven-week professional development modules are open to all Hopkins graduate students and postdoctoral fellows
Intersession alternative breaks reminder of available programs
Check out week-long programs with trips that take place over Intersession, organized by the CSC staff.
Register now for Fundamentals of Research Coordination: A Course for Research Staff
Learn to manage a research study or program in this three-day classroom course offered by the School of Nursing; Jan. 10-12
Chocolate returns to Maryland Hall this intersession
Chocolate: An Introduction to Materials Science returns this intersession. Expect to explore an interdisciplinary field of science in a whole new way and learn a few culinary tricks in the process. Register early, space is limited.
Odyssey: A Voyage That Will Forever Change Your Perspective of Home II
Join this class tomorrow for a lively discussion on the principles of exploration; 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 9