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Oct 22 - April 14
Ethel's Place: Celebrating Ethel Ennis, Baltimore's First Lady of Jazz
Devoted to Baltimore vocalist Ethel Ennis (1932 – 2019), this landmark exhibition explores each era of the singer's remarkable life.
Today
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.
Today
Film Showing: "Israelism"
6 - 8pm EST
Please join the Hopkins Justice Collective and the Hopkins Coalition Against War for a showing of the new film Israelism and a panel discussion afterward with the film producer and others.
Today
Master Class: Manuel Barrueco, guitar
7 - 9pm EST
Centre Street Performance Studio Centre Street Performance Studio
Peabody Institute
March 1
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.
March 1
CS Seminar: Mohit Iyyer
12 - 1:15pm EST
Mohit Iyyer, an associate professor in computer science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, will give a talk titled "Improving, Evaluating, and Detecting Long-Form LLM-Generated Text" for the Department of Computer Science.
March 1
Friday Noon:30 Recital Series: Woodwinds
12:30 - 1:30pm EST
Hilda and Douglas Goodwin Recital Hall Hilda and Douglas Goodwin Recital Hall
Peabody Institute
March 1
Communication Skills (Gaming) Workshop
2 - 4pm EST
Center for Diversity and Inclusion (Room 215), Homewood Campus Homewood Campus
This four-part, drop-in workshop series features four unique board games adapted to showcase communication skills like active listening, assertiveness, and non-verbal communication.
Registration Required
Free
March 1
The CTEI Presents: Education Journal Club
2 - 3pm EST
Garrett Room (also online), MSE Library MSE Library
Homewood Campus
Join the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation for its March 1 journal club meeting in discussing "A Study Planning Exercise Associated with Decreased Distraction Levels among Introductory Biology Students" (Walck-Shannon et al., 2024).
Registration Required
Free
March 1
Palestine 101: Engaging Diverse Perspectives
6 - 8pm EST
West Reading Room, Welch Medical Library Welch Medical Library
East Baltimore Campus
The Johns Hopkins Graduate Muslim Student Association, BSPH (Bloomberg School of Public Health) Students for Justice in Palestine, and the Biomedical Scholars Association are pleased to invite you all to the Palestine 101 Teach-In: Engaging Diverse Perspectives seminar.
Registration Required
Free
March 1
Peabody Symphony Orchestra
7:30 - 9:30pm EST
March 2
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.
March 2
HSO & WYPR Present Classical Music 4 People w/ Short Attention Spans
7:30 - 8:30pm EST
WYPR and the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra present: "Classical Music 4 People W/ Short Attention Spans" featuring Jed Gaylin, music director, and Min Jin, tenor, presenting a curated variety of short but iconic works with live commentary. Free for all Johns Hopkins students and discounted tickets available for Johns Hopkins faculty and staff.
Registration Required
March 3
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.