A note about upcoming events

In response to the spread of COVID-19, JHU has suspended all in-person university events until at least July 31; additionally, many new virtual events have been planned. We are making every effort to update our calendar accordingly.

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Today
Daily Mindfulness Sessions with Neda Gould
12 - 12:30pm EDT
Online
Neda Gould leads a daily meditation to manage stress and anxiety during uncertain times.
Today
LGBTQ Life Open Office Hours
1:30 - 4:30pm EDT
Online
Connect with LGBTQ Life over the summer during regularly occurring office hours.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Medicine for Greater Good Community Call
3 - 4pm EDT
Telephone
Stay up to date with COVID-19 biweekly calls with Johns Hopkins physicians.
Today
Somatic Meditation
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
Please join Sandeepa Sur, a research fellow in the Department of Radiology, for daily somatic meditation.
Today
UHS Wellness Virtual Pilates Mat Class
6 - 6:45pm EDT
Online
Amanda Smith Breon, wellness coordinator for University Health Services Wellness and third-generation classical Pilates instructor, will teach a weekly virtual Pilates mat class.
Today
Humanities in the Village: Before Comic Books with Jean Lee Cole
6:30 - 8:30pm EDT
Online
Jean Lee Cole, a professor of English at Loyola University Maryland, will give a talk entitled "Before Comic Books: The Early Newspaper Comic Strip and American Culture" as part of Humanities in the Village.
Registration Required
Free
July 7
Town Hall on Undergraduate Student Life
1 - 2am EDT
In this second virtual town hall event about undergraduate activities for the fall, members of the university's planning team will discuss the current plans for housing, dining and student life.
Free
July 7
Daily Mindfulness Sessions with Neda Gould
9 - 9:30am EDT
Neda Gould leads a daily meditation to manage stress and anxiety during uncertain times.
July 7
Tai Chi Tuesdays
9 - 9:30am EDT
Tai chi and qigong are ancient Chinese exercises proven to help reduce stress, strengthen immunity, and improve our overall health and sense of well-being. Join Eric Johnson and Fiona Newton (JHU staff) from Baltimore Tai Chi at 9 a.m. for Tai Chi Tuesdays as they lead you through 20 minutes of simple exercises that will help you relax and cope with any anxiety or stress you may be experiencing during these challenging times.
Registration Required
Free
July 7
Shields of the Republic: The Triumph and Peril of America's Alliances | An Interview with Mira Rapp-Hooper
11am - 12pm EDT
Online
Mira Rapp-Hooper, senior fellow for Asia studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, will discuss her new book, Shields of the Republic: The Triumph and Perils of America's Alliances with Mara Karlin, Merrill Center executive director.
Registration Required
Free
July 7
Somatic Meditation
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Please join Sandeepa Sur, a research fellow in the Department of Radiology, for daily somatic meditation.
July 7
Hopkins at Home: Disregarding Evidence
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Peter Achinstein, professor of philosophy at Johns Hopkins, challenges the principle of The Requirement of Total Evidence and uses scientific cases, a legal case, and an everyday case as examples for which disregarding evidence is perfectly proper and the right thing to do.
July 8
LGBTQ Life Open Office Hours
10am - 12pm EDT
Online
Connect with LGBTQ Life over the summer during regularly occurring office hours.
Registration Required
Free
July 8
Weekly East Baltimore Food Access Program -- The Mix Church
12 - 2pm EDT
The Mix Church, 1725 E. Baltimore Street 1725 E. Baltimore Street
Weekly East Baltimore Food Access Program at The Mix Church and other partner sites.
July 8
Daily Mindfulness Sessions with Neda Gould
12 - 12:30pm EDT
Online
Neda Gould leads a daily meditation to manage stress and anxiety during uncertain times.