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Today
We Stood Up: A Conversation with Evan Mawarire
5 - 6pm EDT
Evan Mawarire, SNF Agora dissident-in-residence, will talk about what it takes for an ordinary citizen to confront a brutal dictatorship, specifically his experience standing up to Robert Mugabe's ruthless dictatorship in Zimbabwe.
Registration Required
Free
Today
DART Impact Countdown Party
6 - 8pm EDT
Keyser Quad Keyser Quad
Homewood Campus
Watch live on the big screen as NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test makes asteroid impact at 7:14 p.m. EDT
Free
Today
Humanities in the Village feat. Sean Carroll: The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: Space, Time, and Motion
6:30 - 7:30pm EDT
The Ivy Bookshop Back Patio (5928 Falls Road, Baltimore, MD 21209), Homewood Campus Homewood Campus
Sean Carroll, the Homewood Professor of Natural Philosophy, will discuss his new book The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: Space, Time, and Motion as part of the Humanities in the Village series.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 27
ROSEI Translation Workshop
8:30 am - 5:30pm EDT
The Ralph O'Connor Sustainable Energy Institute is hosting a workshop on translation to market for energy and sustainability technologies featuring numerous external speakers.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 27
Department of Chemistry Colloquium Seminar Series: Xue (Sherry) Gao
3 - 4pm EDT
Room 233 (also online), Remsen Hall Remsen Hall
Homewood Campus
Xue (Sherry) Gao, an assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at Rice University, will give a talk titled "Discovery and Engineering Biomolecules for the Treatment of Human Diseases."
Sept 28
Movement for Mobility: Breathe, Stretch & Lengthen
12 - 1pm EDT
Great Hall (also online), Levering Hall Levering Hall
Homewood Campus
It's time for some self-care with BurnAlong Coach Christine Conti. Expect to relax the mind and gently move the body to improve circulation, blood flow, and flexibility
Registration Required
Free
Sept 28
Discussion: Independence and Constitutionalism in Latin America
1:30 - 3:30pm EDT
Joshua Simon, an assistant professor of political science at Johns Hopkins, will discuss his recent book on imperialism, constitutionalism, and independence in Latin American political thought.
Sept 28
Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium: Jim Obergefell
7 - 8pm EDT
Jim Obergefell, a self-described accidental activist, was the lead plaintiff in the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage throughout the U.S.
Free
Sept 29
Math, Fiction, Sexuality, The Universe: A Journey of Discovery with Manil Suri
7:30 - 9pm EDT
Manil Suri, distinguished mathematics professor, internationally acclaimed fiction author, and New York Times opinion writer, will give a talk on the occasion of the release of his new book, The Big Bang of Numbers: How to Build the Universe Using Only Math.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 30
Flu Vaccine Clinic
9am - 4:30pm EDT
Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students are invited to drop-in flu vaccine clinics this fall. This one is at the Glass Pavilion.
Sept 30
ROSEI Seminar: Julie Lundquist
3 - 4:30pm EDT
Julie Lundquist, an associate professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, will give a talk titled "Enabling Renewable Energy Growth by Addressing Challenges in the Atmospheric Science of Wind Energy" co-hosted by the Center for Environmental and Applied Fluid Mechanics.
Sept 30
Exhibition Opening for "A History of Houseplants"
6 - 9pm EDT
Bakst Theatre, Evergreen Museum & Library Evergreen Museum & Library
Homewood Campus
Attend the grand opening of Evergreen Museum & Library's latest exhibition, "A History of Houseplants," with a special panel discussion and Q&A.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 1 - June 4
Exhibition: A History of Houseplants
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibition, "A History of Houseplants," explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians' obsession with houseplants, reveals how the trend manifested at Evergreen and in Baltimore, and examines how today's houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.
Oct 1
Hopkins Field Hockey Youth Day
10 - 11:30am EDT
Come learn to play or advance your skills with the Johns Hopkins Field Hockey team. This free clinic is for all youth (boys and girls) in grades K-8.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 2
Shriver Hall Concert Series: Emi Ferguson, flute & Ruckus
5:30 - 7:30pm EDT
Flutist Emi Ferguson and musical group Ruckus are the performers for the Paul & Barbara Krieger Early Music Concert.