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Sept 23 - March 27
Exhibit: Naturally Beautiful: Uncovering Nature in the 19th-Century Home
12 - 12am EDT
In Naturally Beautiful: Uncovering Nature in the 19th-Century Home, Homewood Museum mines its impressive collection of decorative arts to explore how environmental factors shaped tastes and trends in home furnishings in the early American republic.
Registration Required
Dec 2 - April 17
Art Glass at Evergreen
12 - 12am EST
North Wing Gallery, Evergreen Museum & Library Evergreen Museum & Library
Homewood Campus
Many of the most significant pieces of the Evergreen Museum & Library possesses a remarkable collection of art glass — including some never before displayed — are on view.
Registration Required
Jan 15, 2022
Weekly Meditation
4 - 4:30pm EST
Online
Are you interested in reconnecting with your core ideals, knowing yourself better, and discovering a more enduring source of peace? Then you might be interested in exploring meditation.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 18 - 21
2022 TRIPODS Winter School & Workshop on Interplay Between Artificial Intelligence and Dynamical Systems
12 - 12am EST
Online
The 2022 TRIPODS Winter School aims to bring together experts in machine learning, dynamical systems, and control theory to share recent research results, fundamental challenges, and new opportunities at the interface between artificial intelligence and dynamical systems.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 18
Freezer Challenge Virtual Information Session
11am - 12pm EST
Online
Did you know that ultra-low temperature freezers consume as much electricity annually as a typical single-family home? Learn how to lower your lab's carbon footprint and challenge your cold storage practices by taking part in the Freezer Challenge.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 18
Hopkins at Home Livestream: The Hidden Lives of Environmental Microbes
12 - 1pm EST
Online
Sarah Preheim, an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, will explore what makes microorganisms so special and how we apply DNA sequencing technology to study these organisms.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 18
Workshop: Advances in Immunoengineering: Fundamental and Cutting-Edge Advances
4 - 5:30pm EST
Online
This workshop will review immune system fundamentals and components, engineering strategies to modulate the immune system, and clinical applications. It's eligible for CME credit and offered as a two-credit course for Johns Hopkins students.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 19
Spotlight Series: Improving Care for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
12:30 - 1pm EST
Online
David Mandell (ScD '01), a professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, will discuss strategies to organize, fund, and deliver care to those with psychiatric and developmental disabilities at national and state levels.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 20
Town Hall Thursday: NIH Other Support Disclosures
12 - 1pm EST
Online
the Johns Hopkins University Research Administration will hold two town halls to discuss the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Other Support Disclosures requirements and review what you need to know to assure compliance with such requirements.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 20
Ongoing Trends and Inequities in the American COVID-19 Experience: Wave 4 of National Pandemic Pulse
12 - 1:30pm EST
Online
Alain Labrique, founding director of the Johns Hopkins Global mHealth Initiative, will moderate a discussion on vaccine resistance, masking attitudes, health care access, mental health, pregnancy, and more.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 20
Workshop: Advances in Immunoengineering: Fundamental and Cutting-Edge Advances
4 - 5:30pm EST
Online
This workshop will review immune system fundamentals and components, engineering strategies to modulate the immune system, and clinical applications. It's eligible for CME credit and offered as a two-credit course for Johns Hopkins students.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 21
Ritual of Remembrance: A Musical Celebration Honoring Homewood's Black Ancestors
1 - 2:30pm EST
Outside of Homewood Museum, Homewood Museum Homewood Museum
Homewood Campus
This is a community gathering to remember those who were enslaved at Homewood on Johns Hopkins campus and the legacy of Black labor that has made institutions thrive for centuries in America.
Jan 22
Weekly Meditation
4 - 4:30pm EST
Online
Are you interested in reconnecting with your core ideals, knowing yourself better, and discovering a more enduring source of peace? Then you might be interested in exploring meditation.
Registration Required
Free
Jan 24
BME Virtual Weekly Seminar Series: Tatiana Segura
1:30 - 2:30pm EST
Online
Tatiana Segura, a professor of biomedical engineering at Duke University, will give a talk titled "MAPing Principles, Properties and Applications to Tissue Regeneration" for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Registration Required
Free