The Fascination of Science: Diversity, Visibility, and Representation
Celebrate and honor the work, experiences, and contributions of scientists at Johns Hopkins and beyond at a roundtable conversation on "The Fascination of Science: Diversity, Visibility, and Representation."
Speakers include award-winning photographer Herlinde Koelbl and members of the Johns Hopkins University: Karen Fleming, professor of biophysics; Katrin Pahl, professor of German; and the two co-presidents of Women of Whiting, Haley Abramson and Tracy Chung from the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Welcome address by Anke Popper, head of the cultural section of the German Embassy Washington.
The roundtable opens the photo portrait exhibition "The Fascination of Science: 40 Portraits of Pioneering Researchers in Our Time" by Herlinde Koelbl, which will be on display in Bloomberg Hall from Feb. 24 to March 18, 2022.
All in-person events at Johns Hopkins must follow university COVID-19 policies. See current guidelines online. This is a hybrid event; please attend the event virtually by using the Zoom link (Passcode: Koelbl).
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