Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones, a professor of software and information systems at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, will give a talk entitled "Why Diversity Should Matter to Computer Scientists."
Sujit Datta, an assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Princeton University, will present the Corrsin Memorial Lecture entitled "Life in a Tight Spot — How Bacteria Swim in Complex Spaces."
The next lecture with the Third Thursdays with the ICTR (Institute for Clinical and Translational Research) Lecture Series is about the National Institutes of Health Policy for Data Management and Sharing going into effect January 2023.
Join Hard Histories at Hopkins for a conversation with historians and authors Tony Perry (UVA) and Jennie Williams (UC Santa Cruz). Perry's scholarship centers on how enslaved people in 19th-century Maryland interfaced with their broader environments–geological, meteorological, and otherwise–as they navigated bondage.
This Johns Hopkins Data Services workshop will provide users with the fundamentals necessary to get started using Python, a popular programming language that is used for data management and analysis, web development, and more.
The Zero Omissions Theater Company desperately wants the audiences of their climate change play to WAKE UP! But when things don't go as planned, it's up to their stage manager/light board operator/dramaturg Naomi to find a new way of telling their story.
Learn how to navigate well-being resources and get tips and skills for coping with stress, information on healthy relationships and alcohol and other drugs, and more during CHEW virtual office hours. Office hours are open to all.
Angelin Chang, a Johns Hopkins alumna and the first American female and the first pianist of Asian heritage to be awarded the Grammy for Best Instrumental Soloist with orchestra, will share her experience at Johns Hopkins as well as discuss her identity as it pertains to APIDA heritage.
Dean Eliot A. Cohen, Ben Smith, Hayden Hubbard, and Gerrit W. Gong, Rhodes scholar and former School of Advanced International Studies lecturer, will discuss the global role of a faith-based organization.