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Sept 23 - March 27
Exhibit: Naturally Beautiful: Uncovering Nature in the 19th-Century Home
12 - 12am EDT
In Naturally Beautiful: Uncovering Nature in the 19th-Century Home, Homewood Museum mines its impressive collection of decorative arts to explore how environmental factors shaped tastes and trends in home furnishings in the early American republic.
Registration Required
Dec 2 - April 17
Art Glass at Evergreen
12 - 12am EST
North Wing Gallery, Evergreen Museum & Library Evergreen Museum & Library
Homewood Campus
Many of the most significant pieces of the Evergreen Museum & Library possesses a remarkable collection of art glass — including some never before displayed — are on view.
Registration Required
Today
Weekly Meditation
4 - 4:30pm EST
Online
Are you interested in reconnecting with your core ideals, knowing yourself better, and discovering a more enduring source of peace? Then you might be interested in exploring meditation.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra—Brian Ganz Plays Mozart
7:30 - 9pm EST
Internationally acclaimed pianist Brian Ganz joins the Hopkins Symphony for a performance of Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 23.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 5
4th Annual Homewood Holiday 5K
9:45 - 10:45am EST
The 4th Annual Homewood Holiday 5K will be both an in person and virtual event this year. After the race, join a post-race reception in Homewood Field. A portion of the proceeds will go to the No Kid Hungry Foundation.
Registration Required
Dec 5
Study Consulting Drop-In Hours
7 - 9pm EST
Online
Join a counselor to learn time management skills, such as planning out your week or managing your weekend time effectively.
Dec 6
Hard Histories Book Talk with Mia Bay
12 - 1pm EST
Online
Join Hard Histories at Hopkins for a virtual conversation with historian Mia Bay, author of Traveling Black: A Story of Race and Resistance, which traces discrimination against Black people as they sought to move throughout the United States from the 19th century to the present.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 6
Sociology Fall Seminar: Alyssa Newman
12 - 1:30pm EST
Room 526; also online, Mergenthaler Hall Mergenthaler Hall
Homewood Campus
The Department of Sociology welcomes Alyssa Newman, the Hecht-Levi postdoctoral fellow at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, for a talk titled, "Mixing and Matching: The Role of Race in Sperm Donor Selection."
Dec 6
Reproducible Research: Introduction to Reproducible Research
1 - 2pm EST
Online
This session provides several good and not-so-good examples of reproducible research as well as several tips and useful resources for you to start making your research more reproducible.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 6
BME Virtual Weekly Seminar Series: Elizabeth Hillman
1:30 - 2:30pm EST
Online
Elizabeth Hillman, Herbert and Florence Irving Professor at the Zuckerman Institute and professor of biomedical engineering and radiology (physics) at Columbia University, will give a talk for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 7
Reproducible Research: Getting Started with Jupyter Notebooks
10:30 am - 12pm EST
Online
This workshop from Johns Hopkins Data Services will teach you the basics of using Jupyter Notebooks and will focus on the features of Jupyter Notebooks that help you create reproducible research and code for technical and non-technical audiences.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 7
Faculty Lunch & Learn: Moving from Canvas to Blackboard
12 - 1pm EST
Online
Brian Cole, associate director at the Center for Educational Resources, will present a lunch and learn about the migration to using Blackboard as the University's primary learning management system.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 7
Reproducible Research: Introduction to Reproducible Computation with Binder
1 - 2pm EST
Online
This interactive workshop from Johns Hopkins Data Services will introduce Binder to make your code immediately reproducible by anyone, anywhere, and give you an opportunity to launch your own Binder instance based on a Python, R, or Julia.
Registration Required
Free