AGHI Humanities Summer Internship Grant Opportunity (summer 2021)
AGHI is pleased to announce support for Hopkins humanities students with a remote (online) unpaid internship during the summer of 2021; internships must be entirely remote until Covid-19 guidelines are updated. Stipends will be awarded based on merit and
Design Your Summer Experience Grant Applications: Due April 6
The deadline to submit your applications for the Design Your Summer Experience Grants is April 6! You can be considered for up to three grants. To learn more about the summer grants and how to apply go here
Homewood Hiring Week applications are OPEN - Seniors and Masters students
If you are an outgoing senior or master's student looking to land a job and hone your professional skills before graduation, apply for the jobs listed for "Homewood Hiring Week" and the corresponding boot camps in Handshake! Applications for the jobs and the workshops are now OPEN and students can apply for as many as they want. Students must be available for first round interviews (should they be chosen) from April 27-29.
Seeking Blue Jays of all backgrounds to work at the JHU Phonathon
Benefits include networking with the JHU community, honing communication skills, and raising funds that help support your college experience
Call for course proposals: Blast Courses in the Humanities, summer 2021
Current graduate students in the humanities or adjacent fields are invited to submit proposals for five-week, remote courses for this summer program
Hugh Hawkins Fellowships for 2021
Sponsored by Hopkins Retrospective, the Hugh Hawkins Research Fellowship Program is seeking applicants interested in archival research for 2021
Summer research project in the Department of Radiation Oncology
The department seeks a student interested in lab-based research, which is testing a new HPV-targeted radiopharmaceutical in mouse xenograft tumor models
Reminder: Technology Fellowship mini-grant application period closes March 31
Faculty: Could students benefit from simulations or digital resources to help assess their learning? Want to encourage more original thinking? Students: Have innovative ideas that would benefit faculty members? Apply for a Tech Fellows grant today.
Sheridan Libraries Dean's Undergraduate Research Awards: April 2 deadline
DURAs are available for students working on research projects that draw on primary source materials in the rare book, manuscript, and archival collections of the Sheridan Libraries at JHU
Technology Fellowship mini-grant application period is open
Faculty: Could students benefit from simulations or digital resources to help assess their learning? Want to encourage more original thinking? Students: Have innovative ideas that would benefit faculty members? Apply for a Technology Fellows grant today.