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Today
U.S. Democracy Post-Insurrection: What's Next? (Part I)
10:30 - 11:30am EST
Online
School of Advanced International Studies faculty experts will discuss the recent insurrection on Capitol Hill and what it means for U.S. democracy as well as comparing this moment in the U.S. to the experience of other countries.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics: Circuit Designs for Natural and Synthetic Multicellular Systems
11am - 12pm EST
Online
Michael Elowitz, a professor of biology, bioengineering, and applied physics at the California Institute of Technology and investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, will give a talk entitled "Circuit Designs for Natural and Synthetic Multicellular Systems" for the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.
Today
Chat with the Chaplains
12 - 1pm EST
Online
Join the chaplains Kathy Schnurr and Maeba Jonas from the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life for their open office hours.
Today
Climate Change, Public Health, and the U.S. Supreme Court
12 - 1pm EST
Online
Join the Center for the Law and the Public's Health and the SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University for a discussion about how the newly configured U.S. Supreme Court may rule on climate change cases and other matters vital to public health.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Civil and Systems Engineering Seminar: Jay Wilson, Clackamas County Disaster Management
12 - 1:15pm EST
Online
Jay Wilson, resilience coordinator with Clackamas County Disaster Management, will give a talk entitled "Resilience Policy, Programs, and Practice" for the Department of Civil and Systems Engineering.
Today
U.S. Democracy Post-Insurrection: Lessons Learned from a Global Perspective (Part II)
1 - 2:30pm EST
Online
School of Advanced International Studies faculty experts will discuss the recent insurrection on Capitol Hill and what it means for U.S. democracy as well as comparing this moment in the U.S. to the experience of other countries.
Registration Required
Free
Today
A Conversation with Entrepreneurs' Aneka Winstead and Sakinah Tillman
1 - 2pm EST
The webinar series "Entrepreneurship Matters" is a conversation with local up and coming and established entrepreneurs. Successful entrepreneurs are not built in a day.
Today
Advances in Immunoengineering: Fundamental and Cutting-Edge Advances
4 - 5:30pm EST
Online
This workshop will review the fundamentals of the immune system and its components, engineering strategies to modulate the immune system, and clinical applications in the field of immunoengineering, which combines the diverse and complex fields of engineering and immunology and is transforming patient treatment in cancer, autoimmunity, regeneration, and transplantation.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Leading Change: Perspectives from Outside of Medicine with Lynda Carter
5 - 6pm EST
Online
Please join "A Conversation with Lynda Carter, Actor, Singer/Songwriter, and Producer" followed by a Q&A session, as part of the Leading Change: Perspectives from Outside of Medicine "Conversation Series 2021."
Free
Today
Johns Hopkins Alumni Association Virtual Awards Celebration
7:30 - 8:30pm EST
Online
Every year, the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association presents six categories of awards to honor outstanding alumni, faculty, and friends of Johns Hopkins.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 29
Blue-Water Horizon: One Thousand Years of the Sino–Southeast Asian Embrace
3 - 5pm EST
Online
Eric Tagliacozzo, a professor of history at Cornell University, will give a talk entitled "Blue-Water Horizon: One Thousand Years of the Sino–Southeast Asian Embrace" for an event co-hosted by the International Studies and East Asian Studies programs.
Jan 29
Center for Environmental and Applied Fluid Mechanics Virtual Seminar: The Onset of Turbulence in Shear Flows -- A Matter of Life and Death
3 - 4pm EST
Online
Björn Hof, a professor at the Institute of Science and Technology in Austria, will give a talk entitled "The Onset of Turbulence in Shear Flows -- A Matter of Life and Death" as a virtual Center for Environmental and Applied Fluid Mechanics seminar. This seminar is hosted by Rui Ni, professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
Jan 30
Lighting of the Quads
7 - 8:30pm EST
Online
Join the kickoff to Spring 2021 with Lighting of the Quads with (virtual) amazing excitement of pictures, music, student performances, speakers, Jay the Blue Jay highlights, and, of course, lighting up campus as we get spring underway. Be part of the event by submitting your answer to: How do you shine your light at Johns Hopkins?
Registration Required
Free
Jan 31
A Place To Talk Zoom (APTTZ)
10am - 1pm EST
Online
A Place to Talk offers peer listening through Zoom, called APTTZ.
Feb 1 - 28
UHS Wellness February: 28-Day Healthy Habit Challenge
12 - 12am EST
Online
Healthy habits can be difficult to maintain especially through the winter months — not to mention during a pandemic. Build a healthy habit together with UHS Wellness for its next 28-Day Healthy Habit Challenge.
Registration Required
Free