At this information session, Johns Hopkins National Fellowships Program staff will provide an overview of the Fulbright program and application process. You'll hear from previous Johns Hopkins grantees as well.
Join Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, and five Baltimore organizations for a discussion and Q&A about "Survivor-Centered Accountability & Justice" for the Gender-Based Violence Journal Club.
The Program in Jewish Studies and the Department of English at Johns Hopkins University are pleased to present an afternoon of poetry and conversation with the Polish poet and musician Grzegorz Kwiatkowski as well as Zackary Sholem Berger and Karen Underhill. The event includes a poetry reading and discussion about the state of poetry and the arts in contemporary Poland as well as the political and social role of poetry and popular music more generally.
Join Nancy Chabot, planetary scientist and the mission coordination lead for the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, to learn how her team is setting the asteroid Dimorphos on a new orbit later this year.
For faculty and staff who may have questions or be seeking trustworthy information about COVID-19 vaccines, the university is hosting a series of information sessions with panelists addressing such topics as vaccine safety and efficacy, eligibility, and common misinformation.
The intention of the Crazy Stressed Asians series is to create a safe community for Asians and Asian Americans of all ethnic backgrounds to explore the impact of their culture, heritage and identity on mental health and wellness.
During this Hopkins at Home course, you will learn about bibliotherapy, a practice which can provide insights into an individual's personal challenges, allow them to explore a trauma through a safe space of literature, and encourage the practice of empathy.