Date range
Categories
Locations
Open to
Show only
More JHU Calendars

Send feedback to
hub@jhu.edu

Loading...

Sorry, an error occurred. Please refresh the page and try again.

Sorry, we couldn't find any results for you.

Today
A Conversation with Entrepreneurs' Natasha Brown and LaQuicha Brown
1 - 2pm EST
The webinar series "Entrepreneurship Matters" is a weekly conversation with local up and coming and established entrepreneurs. Successful entrepreneurs are not built in a day.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Time for the Soul
2:15 - 2:45pm EST
Online
Have you taken some time for your soul lately? Each week with the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life will focus on a different topic or spiritual practice.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Department of Mechanical Engineering Fall Virtual Seminar Series: Michael Dickinson
3 - 4pm EST
Online
Michael Dickinson, a professor of biology and bioengineering at the California Institute of Technology, will give a talk entitled "Lessons from the Cockpit of a Fly: Changing Course Is Hard, but Flying Straight Is Harder" for the Department of Mechanical Engineering Fall Virtual Seminar Series.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Discussion Series on Parenting and Caregiving during COVID-19
4 - 5pm EST
Online
This series will focus on the challenges of parenting, caregiving and virtual learning during the pandemic. Come join your colleagues to share the good, the bad, and the ugly and to provide and find support.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Reimagining U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East and North Africa
4 - 5:30pm EST
Online
Join a panel of foreign policy and regional experts for a discussion on the direction of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa region under a new administration.
Today
Reimagining U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East and North Africa
4 - 5:30pm EST
Online
Join the School of Advanced International Studies for a town-hall style panel of foreign policy and regional experts, including discussion and Q&A on the direction of U.S. foreign policy in the region under the next presidential administration.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Tudor and Stuart Lecture Series: Adrienne Brown
4:15 - 6:15pm EST
Online
Adrienne Brown, an associate professor in the Department of English at the University of Chicago, will give a talk entitled "Residential Forms" as part of the Johns Hopkins English Department's Tudor and Stuart Speaker Series.
Today
Leading Change: Perspectives from Outside of Medicine
5 - 6pm EST
Online
Bonita Stewart, vice present of global partnerships at Google, and Jacqueline Adams, communications strategist and co-author of A Blessing: Women of Color Teaming Up to Lead, Empower and Thrive, will give a talk entitled "A Fresh, Bold Analysis of Black Female Leadership for Successful and Sustained Corporate Diversity, Equity and Inclusion" as the next installment of Leading Change: Perspectives from Outside of Medicine "Conversation Series 2020."
Today
Evenings with Environmentalists, Part 3: Adopting Sustainable Behavior Change
5:30 - 6:30pm EST
Online
Johns Hopkins professors Anand Pandian and Ryan Kennedy will explore sustainable behavior change at both the micro and macro levels through the lens of environmental justice as part of the Evenings with Environmentalists speaker series.
Registration Required
Free
Today
Gentle Yoga & Well-Being Class
6:30 - 7:30pm EST
Campus: Online, Details:
Join Molly Hutchison, health educator and yoga instructor, for the Center for Health Education and Wellness for this weekly slow flow yoga class that will deepen understanding of foundational poses and breathing exercises.
Today
Black Lives and the Legacy of George Floyd: A Conversation
7 - 8pm EST
Online
Join Peabody Student Affairs for this exclusive and intimate conversation that will explore the shock waves of George Floyd's death, the Movement for Black Lives, the crisis of policing in America, the meaning of justice, and more.
Today
Throwback Thursday Performance: Leon Fleisher Tribute
8 - 9pm EST
https://peabody.jhu.edu/live/, Online Online
Today
A Place To Talk Zoom
9 - 11pm EST
Online
A Place to Talk is now offering peer listening through Zoom, called APTTZ.
Dec 4
Lunch with the Libraries: The Ephemeral Renaissance: The Unique and Impossibly Rare at Hopkins from the 15th to the 17th Centuries
12 - 12:30pm EST
Campus: Online, Details: Zoom
In this illustrated presentation, Earle Havens, curator of rare books and manuscripts in the Sheridan Libraries, will highlight how Johns Hopkins has been a leader in the recovery and exploration of a nascent, if fragmentary, ephemeral information landscape.