Student Announcements


Life Design Lab Grad Camp 2022: Registration is open
Are you considering graduate school but have no idea where to start? Are you already set to attend graduate school but want to know more about what to expect? Attend Grad Camp! The Life Design Lab wants to prepare you, May 23–26
MUSE Meets 2022
The virtual event April 5 and 6 for librarians, publishers, and scholars is open to anyone interested in digital scholarship
Peabody Preparatory Dance minimester classes
Peabody is offering a daytime workshop or lunchtime dance classes at its Towson branch campus; minimester runs March 31 through June 9
Scheduling & Event Services: News you can use
New to the Homewood campus and looking to learn how to more efficiently schedule your events? Join the Scheduling & Events team virtually for an overview on scheduling and services available.
JHU Teaching Academy Inclusive Pedagogy Series
Four-session series runs from Wednesday, March 16, to Friday, March 25, online via Zoom; open to grad students and postdocs
The Reel World: 5 True Stories of World War II
Students will explore clips of several films that portray historical figures and real-life incidents that profoundly impacted and devastated lives
Kant on the Beat: Kantian Ethics and the Modern Police Officer
Learners will discuss the concepts of ethics, the importance of ethical decision-making, and the useful role of Kantian ethics in policing
The Challenge of History
History has the power to shape our perceptions of reality, our lives, and our world, but that power is often misused or abused. Students will leave invigorated and prepared to separate fact from fiction when learning about the past.
People and the Planet: The Ways Humans Impact the Earth
This course will introduce you to the history of the population including which national populations are currently growing or shrinking, the roles of agricultural and economic growth on population growth, globalization, and what it means to communities.
The Art and Life of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec
Art. Bohemia. The Moulin Rouge. All just a day in the life of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901); join this class to learn more about this wildly exciting figure of art history