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Today
Science Diplomacy Summit 2024
9:30 am - 4pm EDT
High-level speakers, experts, and scholars from around the world discuss how science can foster international cooperation
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Free
Today
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Paint Splatter Tent
4 - 7pm EDT
Grassy circle outside the rec center, O'Connor Rec Center O'Connor Rec Center
Homewood Campus
Health Promotion and Well-Being will have a tent for students to throw paint, work through stress and frustration, and feel agency in their bodies.
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Today
Department of Biology Seminar: Wei Xie
4 - 5:30pm EDT
Wei Xie, a professor of developmental biology and genomics at Tsinghua University, will give a talk titled "Decoding the Transcription Circuitry when the Life Begins."
Today
Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn
5 - 6:30pm EDT
Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith Center Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith Center
Homewood Campus
This interactive workshop on "Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn" is an opportunity to develop skills in appreciative inquiry—including listening across difference, perspective-taking, and community development—while also providing a space to share meaningful stories.
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Today
April Awareness Speaker: Tramour Wilson
6 - 7:30pm EDT
Tramour Wilson, the senior director of advocacy and community engagement at the Pride Center of Maryland, will give a talk titled "Beyond the Rainbow" for the Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance.
April 16
Art Glass at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library possesses one of the world's largest private collections of 19th- and 20th-century art glass. This installation gathers these highlights, showing off the breadth and depth of the collection and contextualizing its history at Evergreen.
April 16
Science Diplomacy Summit 2024
9:30 am - 9pm EDT
High-level speakers, experts, and scholars from around the world discuss how science can foster international cooperation
Registration Required
Free
April 16
Hopkins Bloomberg Center Wellness Fair
11:30 am - 1:30pm EDT
Meet local wellness vendors, enjoy stress relief with rescue puppies and chair massages, savor some treats from a neighboring café, get informed about your Johns Hopkins benefits, and more.
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April 16
Workshop: Active Learning for Online and In-Person Instruction
2:30 - 4pm EDT
Join the Teaching Academy for a workshop on active learning techniques for in-person and online, asynchronous delivery.
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Free
April 16
Stern Center Making Workshop: Globe Gores
5:15 - 6:15pm EDT
Rare books curator Earle Havens and conservator Jennifer Jarvis will lead a making workshop inspired by the 16th-century celestial and terrestrial globe gores (the panels of map that get glued onto a globe) of François Demongenet. The workshop is suitable for beginners.
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April 16
Fulbright U.S. Student Program Info Session
5:30 - 6:30pm EDT
Online
Students and recent graduates: Learn how to spend the 2025-26 academic year abroad, pursuing research, graduate study or a creative project, or teaching English and U.S. culture through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
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Free
April 16
A Conversation with Katie Rogers
6 - 7:45pm EDT
Learn how America's first ladies have used their influence over the years, from supporting their husbands' campaigns to playing a pivotal role in driving policy.
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April 16
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Healing Honestly Book Club
6 - 7pm EDT
Meeting Room A, O'Connor Rec Center O'Connor Rec Center
Homewood Campus
Join a discussion on Homewood campus of Healing Honestly: The Messy and Magnificent Path to Overcoming Self-Blame and Self-Shame by Alisa Zipursky, which is a "guide for survivors, written by a survivor, [that] helps to break through the negative self-talk and debunk the myths that impact victims." Registered attendees get a free copy of the book.
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