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May 19
Hopkins on the Hill: How Will Extreme Materials Save the World?
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Join Kerri-Lee Chintersingh, Lori Graham-Brady, and Tim Weihs to see how Johns Hopkins is developing the next generation of warfighters, looking at the makeup of chemical weapons and nuclear blasts, and how we can better protect everyone.
Registration Required
Free
May 19
A Global Vaccine Access Strategy? The Moral Imperative for an Equitable Approach
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
This panel, sponsored by the SNF Agora Institute in partnership with Democracy Moves, will explore the current reality pertaining to vaccine distribution and the biomedical, financial, and geostrategic reasons that the global response has lagged.
Registration Required
Free
May 19
Vaccine information session for faculty and staff
1 - 2pm EDT
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.
May 19
2021 ANSHE Lecture
4:30 - 5:30pm EDT
Online
Mariam Ayad, an associate professor of sociology, Egyptology, and anthropology at the American University in Cairo, will give the 2021 Anshe Lecture entitled "Women, Literacy, and Access to Knowledge in Ancient Egypt."
May 19
Writing Data Management Plans with DMPTool
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
In this one-hour workshop with Johns Hopkins Data Services, learn how the free, online DMPTool can help you organize your data management plan and tailor plans to your funder's requirements.
Registration Required
Free
May 19
Start Here, Venture Forward Networking Event
5:30 - 6:30pm EDT
Campus: Online, Details:
Meet people from diverse backgrounds, dialogue around topics of shared interest, and make genuine connections with other innovators in Baltimore.
Registration Required
Free
May 19
Hopkins at Home Mini-Course: How Bibliotherapy Can Help Us Process Challenging Emotions and Connect With Others
6 - 7pm EDT
Online
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.
Registration Required
Free
May 19
Evenings with Hopkins Symphony: Powerful Works!
7 - 8pm EDT
Online
watch the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra October 2019 performance of What Remains and the March 2017 performance of Girando Danzando and hear composers Linda Dusman and Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez discuss these pieces and their creative approach.
Registration Required
Free
May 19
Peabody Plus Recital
7:30 - 8:30pm EDT
May 19
Author Talks: Sam Apple
8 - 9pm EDT
Online
The Johns Hopkins Science Writing Program invites you to a discussion with faculty member Sam Apple, author of the new book Ravenous: Otto Warburg, the Nazis, and the Search for the Cancer-Diet Connection, co-sponsored by the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Registration Required
Free
May 20
#JHUGradCamp2021
10am - 4pm EDT
The Life Design Lab @Homewood is hosting its first-ever graduate school boot camp (#JHUGradCamp2021) on May 20-21, 2021 from 10am-4pm EST. This virtual two-day event will help students gain insights and skills needed to launch their graduate school career with expert advice from faculty, professionals, and current graduate students. You can join us for as many sessions as you are interested in. Whether you're just starting to consider if graduate school is right for you, gearing up to apply in the Fall, or getting ready to begin your program, we hope to see you there!
May 20
Third Thursdays with the ICTR Lecture Series: Qualtrics and Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap)
10:30 - 11:30am EDT
Online
The next lecture with the Third Thursdays with the ICTR (Institute for Clinical and Translational Research) Lecture Series will compare the capabilities of Qualtrics and Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) REDCap, both of which are provided by the ICTR Informatics Core (i2c) and offer the ability to collect data via customizable surveys.
Registration Required
Free
May 20
IAA & CS Seminar Series Speaker: Daniel Jackson
11am - 12pm EDT
Online
Daniel Jackson, a professor of computer science at MIT, will give a talk entitled "Certified Control For Autonomous Driving" for the Johns Hopkins Institute for Assured Autonomy and Department of Computer Science.
May 20
Black Faculty and Staff Association Caucuses Meeting
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
The Black Faculty and Staff Association Caucuses, representing the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), East Baltimore campus, and Homewood campus, meet monthly.
May 20
Towards a Mechanistic Understanding of Cilia Assembly by CLEM and Cryo-EM
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Gaia Pigino, a research group leader at the Max Planck Institute in Dresden, Germany, will give a talk for the Department of Cell Biology.