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Reminder: No bus or shuttle service July 3 or 4
University buses and shuttles will not operate on Friday, July 3, or Saturday, July 4, because of the national holiday
Johns Hopkins libraries resume select services June 29
Beginning Monday, June 29, JHU affiliates can check out books and other circulating materials from all Hopkins libraries; libraries will reopen for limited research beginning July 6
Share your feedback on the Hopkins Student Center design
Look for a link to the HSC design competition survey in your email and reply by June 25
Town hall Wednesday to discuss university finances
Virtual event will answer questions about JHU's budgetary decisions in light of COVID-19
Face coverings required aboard all JHU vehicles
Effective Saturday, April 18, all passengers and drivers aboard JHU buses, shuttles, and other vehicles are required to wear a face covering, in accordance with Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order
Mikulski, other experts to discuss upcoming U.S. census
The university's 21st Century Cities Initiative hosts an event focused on the U.S. census, the U.S. government's decennial endeavor to count every person in the country. This year's census period begins April 1.
Competitive scholarships for study in the U.K. and Ireland
Learn about five awards that support postgraduate study in the U.K.: the Gates Cambridge, Rhodes, Marshall, George J. Mitchell, and Churchill scholarships
Apply to join the Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society
Five JHU students will become members of the organization, which focuses on outstanding scholarly achievement and the promotion of diversity and excellence in doctoral education and the professoriate. Applications are due by Jan. 2.
Blackboard will be unavailable on Thursday, Dec. 26
Blackboard will be unavailable from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Dec. 26
Support research, teaching, and patient care at Johns Hopkins on Giving Tuesday
Donors can unlock more than $350,000 in challenge gifts today as part of annual fundraising effort, which aims to attract 1,550 participants in 24 hours