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Aug 4
Reforming Graduate Science Education: Preparing Critical Thinkers for Global Crises
9am - 5pm EDT
Online
Join the R3 Center of Innovation in Graduate Education for the worldwide 3rd annual Katharine E. Welsh Symposium on R3eforming Graduate Science Education.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 5
A Conversation with Entrepreneurs Elayna Speight and Chante' Brown
1 - 2pm EDT
It takes undiluted passion, multiple failures, lot of grit and a long-term commitment. The art of starting a business require entrepreneurs to be on their toes most of the times, shuttling between customers; current, prospective, business partners, business operations and more. COVID-19 has affected entrepreneurs and their businesses hard and they have to innovate and adjust. In efforts to support the local small business community and empower [new and seasoned] entrepreneurs, the Entrepreneurship Matters series will offer a forum to feature, celebrate and learn of the highs and lows of the business ownership journey.
Aug 11
De-identifying Human Subjects Data for Sharing
12 - 1:30pm EDT
Online
Join Johns Hopkins Data Services for an overview of common privacy disclosure risks from personal and health identifiers in data.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 11
The Future of Work and the Transitioning Labor Market
5 - 6pm EDT
Melissa Swift, an expert in the field of workplace transformation, will join Dean Alex Triantis for an insightful discussion on the forces shaping the future of work and the transitioning labor market.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 19
Third Thursdays with the ICTR Lecture Series: Integrating Special Populations
1 - 2pm EDT
Online
Todd Brown will give an overview of the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research's Integrating Special Populations program and discuss how the program may be helpful to investigators and their study teams.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 26
Creating Public Health Measures that Respect and Engage Communities
3:30 - 4pm EDT
Linda Mobula (MPH '13), senior health scientist at the World Bank and assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, will give a talk entitled "Creating Public Health Measures that Respect and Engage Communities" as part of the School of Public Health Spotlight Series.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 9
Built to Scale: Scaling Up Evidence-Based Health Interventions
11am - 12pm EST
Online
The "Built to Scale" virtual seminar series explores researchers' challenges and successes in successfully scaling evidence-based health interventions.
Registration Required
Free