Student Announcements


Odyssey summer course offerings
Take a look at the Odyssey Program's July course offerings on Zoom; JHU full-time faculty/staff are eligible for tuition remission
Odyssey summer: The Dust Bowl
Join instructor Rex Rehfeld for this one-day virtual lecture to discuss one of the worst man-made ecological blunders in history; Wednesday, July 15
Odyssey summer 2020: The Korean War
Join instructor Rex Rehfeld for this one-day virtual lecture to discuss the 70th anniversary of the Korean War; 1 to 3 p.m., Wednesday, July 8
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.
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
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
Odyssey summer 2020: Global Flashpoints
What are China's worldwide ambitions? How long will the Maduro regime in Venezuela cling to power? This two-day virtual lecture series discusses these questions and more; Friday, Saturday, June 26, 27
Odyssey summer 2020: July course offerings
The end of June is right around the corner, but July has new summer offerings from the Odyssey Program
New online summer electives in health informatics
Courses, taught by distinguished faculty, are open to faculty and staff as well as students and are eligible for tuition remission
Odyssey summer 2020: '1984' is 70: The Construction of a Dystopia
This two-day virtual course focuses on the construction of a political dystopia within the context of the forces of the 20th century and the ongoing influence of the novel 1984