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Sept 12 - Jan 31
Exhibition: Women of the Book: The Spiritual Lives of Early Modern Women, 1450-1800
This exhibition of approximately 100 rare books, manuscripts, and ephemera drawn from Johns Hopkins University's Women of the Book Collection reveals the spiritual, intellectual, and interior lives of women from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment.
Sept 20 - Jan 6
Faculty and Friends of the Center for Visual Arts
The "Faculty and Friends of the Center for Visual Arts" exhibition features current faculty in the Visual Art Department and four invited artists from the Baltimore community.
Nov 27
Exhibition: A History of Houseplants
11am - 4pm EST
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibition, "A History of Houseplants," explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians' obsession with houseplants, reveals how the trend manifested at Evergreen and in Baltimore, and examines how today's houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.
Nov 28
National French Toast Day
7am - 9pm EST
Hopkins Café, Nolan's on 33rd, and Peabody Dining Halls, Homewood Campus Homewood Campus
Celebrate National French Toast Day by enjoying French toast with some of your favorite toppings.
Nov 28
BME Seminar Speakers Series: David Lipman
1 - 2pm EST
Room 110 (also online), Clark Hall Clark Hall
Homewood Campus
David Lipman, senior science advisor for bioinformatics and genomics at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, will give a talk titled "Microbial Forensics for Food Safety."
Nov 28
Chat with a JHSAP Counselor: School of Education Students
2 - 6pm EST
Chat with a counselor from the Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program to ask questions, learn skills to help with stress or academic life, and learn about resources for mental health -- dedicated hours for School of Education students.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 28
Regulatory 101: A Webinar with MCRA
4 - 5pm EST
Online
Team members from MCRA will lead a "Regulatory 101" webinar, focusing especially on software ventures in the medical device and health-care technology fields, for FastForward U.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 28
Emotional Adulting Weekly Drop-in Workshop
5:30 - 6pm EST
Online
Emotional Adulting is a brief, drop-in skills group designed to help you work with your emotions from a space of compassion, awareness, non-judgment, and curiosity. Each week will focus on a different practice and the curriculum will repeat.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 29
East Baltimore Clothesline Project
10am - 2pm EST
Gallery, School of Public Health School of Public Health
East Baltimore Campus
This event is both a display and workshop meant to shatter the silence forced on those who have experienced intimate partner violence.
Nov 29
Exhibition: A History of Houseplants
11am - 4pm EST
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibition, "A History of Houseplants," explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians' obsession with houseplants, reveals how the trend manifested at Evergreen and in Baltimore, and examines how today's houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.
Nov 29
Tillie Tuesdays
11:30 am - 1pm EST
Near Good Part & Co., O'Connor Rec Center O'Connor Rec Center
Homewood Campus
Join PEEPs and Health Promotion and Well-Being staff for a well-being break with our favorite therapy dog, Tillie.
Nov 29
A Level Playing Field? Soccer and Racism in Germany
1:30 - 2:45pm EST
Behavioral Social Science Center, Rooms 512-514, Morgan State University, 1600 Havenwood Rd., Baltimore, MD 21218
Join Shary Reeves, a former German soccer pro, and Ismailcan "Isi" Usta, a former member of the Nürnberg Bundesliga academy who tried out for the German national youth team, in a roundtable conversation cohosted by Morgan State University and Johns Hopkins.
Nov 29
Department of Chemistry Colloquium Seminar Series: Luisa Whittaker-Brooks
3 - 4pm EST
Room 233 (also online), Remsen Hall Remsen Hall
Homewood Campus
Luisa Whittaker-Brooks, an associate professor of inorganic and materials chemistry at the University of Utah, will give a talk titled "Chirality-, Ionic-, and Spin-Induced Electronic Transfer in Organometal Halide Semiconductors."