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Study Consulting Drop-In Hours
7 - 8pm EST
Online
Need help with planning out your week or managing your weekend time effectively? Consider using the Office of Academic Support's drop-in hours.
Nov 30
Study Consulting Drop-In Hours
8 - 9am EST
Online
Need help with planning out your week or managing your weekend time effectively? Consider using the Office of Academic Support's drop-in hours.
Nov 30
Anxiety & Stress Management Workshop
1 - 2pm EST
Online
The Anxiety and Stress Management Workshop, hosted by the Counseling Center, aims to teach attendees skills and develop tools to better manage attendees' anxiety and stress. The workshop is a four-week series of 60-minute sessions.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 30
CHEW Office Hours
4 - 5pm EST
Online
Join the Center for Health Education & Well-Being (CHEW) to get answers to your well-being needs and to get to know the CHEW staff.
Nov 30
Office of Multicultural Affairs Office Hours
5:30 - 7pm EST
Online
Ask questions of Office of Multicultural Affairs staff, share an event idea, or just catch up with the Office of Multicultural Affairs family at their drop-in weekly office hours.
Dec 1
World AIDS Day: AIDS Quilt Viewing
Online
On World AIDS Day, join LGBTQ Life for a virtual viewing of the AIDS Quilt. Squares will honor our Johns Hopkins family, our Baltimore community, and the history of AIDS in Maryland.
Dec 1
Computational Modeling of Spinal Cord Stimulation for Pain
10:30 - 11:30am EST
Online
Scott F. Lempka, an assistant professor in the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Anesthesiology and the director of the Neuromodulation Laboratory at the University of Michigan School of Medicine, will give a talk entitled "Computational Modeling of Spinal Cord Stimulation for Pain" for the Institute for Computational Medicine.
Dec 1
CHEW Office Hours
1 - 2pm EST
Online
Join Center for Health Education & Well-Being (CHEW) to get answers to your well-being needs and to get to know the CHEW staff.
Dec 1
Living Your Best Life Workshop
1 - 2:30pm EST
Online
Explore and understand your personal values, figure out what might be getting in your way, and learn skills and practices to do what really matters (and let go of what doesn't) in this three-week workshop.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 1
Interfaith Council Meeting
6 - 7pm EST
Online
Students who are interested in interfaith dialogue and connection: Join this meeting of the Interfaith Council hosted by the chaplains of Religious & Spiritual Life.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 2
Faculty Webinar on Working with Students with Disabilities
12 - 1pm EST
Online
Cathie Axe, executive director of Student Disability Services, and Aaron Hodukavich, ADA compliance officer in the Office of Institutional Equity are hosting a faculty webinar on "Working with Students with Disabilities." CART captioning will be provided for this session.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 2
Chat with a Chaplain Office Hours
1 - 3pm EST
Online
Join the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life for "Chat with a Chaplain" office hours via Google Hangout.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 2
The Energy-Water-Food Nexus: International Security, Resource Stress, and Conflict
2 - 3pm EST
Online
Paul Sullivan, a professor of national security and industrial base at the National Defense University and a lecturer of Johns Hopkins University, will give a talk entitled "The Energy-Water-Food Nexus: International Security, Resource Stress, and Conflict" for the Energy and Environmental Programs Speaker Series, GIS After Dark, and the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 2
Mindful Yoga
4 - 5pm EST
Online
Join other students and yoga instructor Nila Berger for this rejuvenating break.
Registration Required
Free
Dec 2
Johns Hopkins Undergraduate Law Review Alumni Panel: From Hopkins to the Present
6:30 - 7:30pm EST
Online
Join the Johns Hopkins Undergraduate Law Review to hear from five Johns Hopkins alumni currently practicing law.