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May 9 - 24
Food for Fines library food drive
Reduce your library fines by as much as $10.00 by donating non-perishable food at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library's service desk
Free
May 23
Grace Notes in American History: 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection
10am - 5pm EDT
Exhibit Gallery, George Peabody Library George Peabody Library
Peabody Institute
This exhibition highlights over one hundred popular songs and instrumental compositions that provide unique insights into the evolution of American popular culture.
May 23
Grad Camp 2022
1 - 6pm EDT
Online
This virtual four-day event hosted by the Life Design Lab will prepare participants with the skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the graduate school search and application process.
Registration Required
Free
May 23
Virtual Sound Rounds
2 - 3pm EDT
Online
Staff and faculty are invited to join a Peabody Musician online for an informal and relaxing musical interlude in the comfort of their own space on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
May 23
Virtual Office Hours with JHTV's Medical Director
4 - 5pm EDT
Online
Johns Hopkins biomedical innovators are invited to meet with Sashank Reddy, medical director of Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures, to discuss the commercialization of high-impact discoveries.
Registration Required
Free
May 23
Humanities In The Village: A Scientific Revolution
6:30 - 7:30pm EDT
Online
Join Will Linder and Ralph Hruban, authors of A Scientific Revolution: Ten Men and Women Who Reinvented American Medicine, which tells the stories of ten people, not all of them physicians but each one connected with Johns Hopkins, who committed body and soul to transform medicine from a rough-and-ready trade into a rigorous, evidence-based profession.
Registration Required
Free
May 24
Gender, COVID-19, and the Social Determinants of Women's Health
9am - 12:30pm EDT
Online
This symposium will explore how women have been affected by COVID-19 and related response measures (or lack thereof), and what has been done, or should be done, to effectively address these inequities.
Registration Required
Free
May 24
Grace Notes in American History: 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection
10am - 5pm EDT
Exhibit Gallery, George Peabody Library George Peabody Library
Peabody Institute
This exhibition highlights over one hundred popular songs and instrumental compositions that provide unique insights into the evolution of American popular culture.
May 24
Grad Camp 2022
1 - 6pm EDT
Online
This virtual four-day event hosted by the Life Design Lab will prepare participants with the skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the graduate school search and application process.
Registration Required
Free
May 24
Virtual Sound Rounds
2 - 3pm EDT
Online
Staff and faculty are invited to join a Peabody Musician online for an informal and relaxing musical interlude in the comfort of their own space on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
May 25
Women in Global Health: Exploring Non-Academic Careers with Hsien-Hsien Lei
8:30 - 10am EDT
Online
Hsien-Hsien Lei, PhD '98, the CEO of AmCham Singapore, will give a talk for the Women in Global Health: Exploring Non-Academic Careers series.
Registration Required
Free
May 25
Grace Notes in American History: 200 Years of Songs from the Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection
10am - 5pm EDT
Exhibit Gallery, George Peabody Library George Peabody Library
Peabody Institute
This exhibition highlights over one hundred popular songs and instrumental compositions that provide unique insights into the evolution of American popular culture.
May 25
Emerging CEO Panel Series: Important Nuts and Bolts
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Learn about company formation, general corporate considerations, compensation, and funding with Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures.
Registration Required
Free
May 25
Grad Camp 2022
1 - 6pm EDT
Online
This virtual four-day event hosted by the Life Design Lab will prepare participants with the skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the graduate school search and application process.
Registration Required
Free
May 25
Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Create, and Lead in Unconventional Ways
7 - 8pm EDT
Online
A book conversation with author Sarah Stein Greenberg, executive director of Stanford d.school, as part of the Academic Innovation for the Public Good conversation series.
Registration Required
Free