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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
Nov 25, 2021
Sobriety Space for Graduate Students and Trainees
3:30 - 5pm EST
Wolfe W2008, School of Public Health School of Public Health
East Baltimore Campus
Join the Center for Health Education and Well-Being every Thursday to meet other graduate students and trainees who do not use alcohol or drugs.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 27
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
Nov 29
Gratitude and Yoga at School of Nursing
11am - 1:30pm EST
Carpenter Room B, School of Nursing School of Nursing
East Baltimore Campus
Please stop by for a treat from Ovenbird Bakery, do some yoga, gather health and well-being information, and learn about the benefits of cultivating a gratitude practice.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 29
Three-Part Workshop: Research Dissemination through Storytelling
11:30 am - 1:30pm EST
Online
Join master storyteller David Fakunle on how to employ the principles of storytelling as a tool for dissemination of research to effectively communicate science-backed practices and behaviors to a broader audience.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 29
BME Virtual Weekly Seminar Series: Josh Makower
1:30 - 2:30pm EST
Online
Josh Makower, a professor of medicine and of bioengineering at the Stanford University Schools of Medicine & Engineering, will give a talk titled "Biomedical Innovation: A Transformation from Phenomenon to Proven Process" for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 29
LGBTQ+ Discussion Group
2 - 3:15pm EST
Online
The LGBTQ+ Discussion group focuses on providing intentional space and safety for LGBTQ+ students to explore and discuss their needs, joy, and concerns related to this particular area of identity that they hold.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 29
Distinguished Speaker Series: Navigating the Supply Chain Crisis
5 - 6pm EST
Online
Join an in-depth discussion of the supply chain challenges facing the global economy with Brant Matthews, vice president of global strategic procurement at McCormick; Dionna Dunbar-Daniel (MS '13), president and CEO of Pinpoint Logistics; and Tinglong Dai, professor of operations management and business analytics at the Carey Business School.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 30
Pursuing Sustainable Food Systems
Online
Abby Reich (MPH '18), Carolyn Hricko (MPH '16), and Pedro Polanco (MHS '22) will discuss the importance of sustainable food systems and how policy, nutrition, and consumerism play a role in these efforts.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 30
The Landscape of the Heritable Cancer Genome
10:30 - 11:30am EST
Online
Giovanni Stracquadanio, a senior lecturer in synthetic biology at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, U.K., will give a talk titled "The Landscape of the Heritable Cancer Genome" for the Institute for Computational Medicine.
Nov 30
Bringing Your Research Alive with StoryMaps
2 - 4pm EST
Online
In this hands-on session with Johns Hopkins Data Services, you'll integrate maps, text, and scanned images in a dynamic presentation format using the ArcGIS StoryMaps web app.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 30
Between Our Selves: A Drop-In Support Group
2 - 3:30pm EST
Online
Johns Hopkins students and learners who hold a racial/ethnic minoritized identity: Come explore and discuss challenges related to identity, racial trauma, and life experiences.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 30
Department of Chemistry Colloquium Seminar Series: Aaron Rury
3 - 4pm EST
Online
Aaron Rury, an assistant professor of chemistry at Wayne State University, will give a talk entitled "Assessing Hybrid Molecular Platforms for Next Generation Quantum Technologies" for the Department of Chemistry.
Registration Required
Free
Nov 30
Interfaith Council Meeting
6 - 7pm EST
Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith Center Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith Center
Homewood Campus
Join the Interfaith Council for its weekly meetings.