A note about upcoming events

In response to the spread of COVID-19, JHU has suspended all in-person university events until at least July 31; additionally, many new virtual events have been planned. We are making every effort to update our calendar accordingly.

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Today
LGBTQ Life's August Social
4 - 5:30pm EDT
Online
Please join LGBTQ Life for a networking social with members of the Johns Hopkins lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, asexual, and allied community.
Registration Required
Free
Today
A Place To Talk Zoom
9 - 11pm EDT
Online
A Place to Talk is now offering peer listening through Zoom, called APTTZ.
Aug 7
Hopkins at Home: Androids, Cyborgs, and the Human of Our Dreams
11:30 am - 12:30pm EDT
Online
Monica Lopez-Gonzalez, a senior lecturer in the Department of Cognitive Science, leads a six-week online mini-course at the intersection of world literature, the history of robotics, and cognitive science as part of Hopkins at Home.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 7
BLocal Small Business Webinar: Leveraging Small Business Resources
1 - 2pm EDT
Online
This small business town hall features small business resources provided by Johns Hopkins University and other Baltimore organizations.
Aug 8
German Club Meeting — Stammtisch
2 - 3pm EDT
Online
All levels of German speakers are welcome to chat in German and learn more about the German program at Johns Hopkins and the culture of German-speaking countries.
Aug 10
LGBTQ Life Open Office Hours
1:30 - 4:30pm EDT
Online
Connect with LGBTQ Life over the summer during regularly occurring office hours.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 11
Baltimore Lives: A Discussion with Photographer John Clark Mayden
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Award-winning photographer John Clark Mayden and Lawrence Jackson, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in English and history, will discuss Mayden's photos and what they say about the beauty and heartbreak of everyday life, Black life, in the American city of Baltimore.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 11
Online Teaching Orientation for Faculty
2 - 3:30pm EDT
The Center for Educational Resources is offering an "Online Teaching Orientation" workshop to prepare Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering faculty for teaching online in the fall.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 12
LGBTQ Life Open Office Hours
10am - 12pm EDT
Online
Connect with LGBTQ Life over the summer during regularly occurring office hours.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 12
Weekly East Baltimore Food Access Program -- The Mix Church
12 - 2pm EDT
The Mix Church, 1725 E. Baltimore Street 1725 E. Baltimore Street
Weekly East Baltimore Food Access Program at The Mix Church and other partner sites.
Aug 12
Summer "Chat with a Chaplain" Office Hours
1 - 3pm EDT
Online
Join the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life for "Chat with a Chaplain" summer office hours via Google Hangout.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 12
Waste Less Wednesday Zoom Social
4 - 4:45pm EDT
Online
The Johns Hopkins University Homewood Recycling Office's weekly Waste Less Wednesday Social Zoom will feature sustainability professionals exploring different topics related to waste: composting, the use of reusables in a post-COVID-19 world, child and parent waste, and more.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 12
Coping with Crises: mySupport=More Support
4 - 5pm EDT
https://jh.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMocOqgrTMtHNFmFcjkKUP9Z6oU3Wkk9Ewv
Clinicians from the mySupport Onsite Clinical Team will share the range of mySupport services available as well as simple and effective strategies to reduce anxiety, build resiliency, and promote healing during times of crisis. The live webinar, Coping with Crises: mySupport = More Support will be held from 4-5 p.m. each Wednesday. Each session will conclude with a different mind-body practice. Past presentations included moving meditation, mountain pose, and guided visualizations; plans for upcoming weeks include yoga at your desk, body scan, mindful eating, and more.
Registration Required
Free
Aug 12
Value the Vote: Johns Hopkins University's Women's Suffrage Centennial Commemoration Picturing a Movement: Women's Suffrage Through the Lens of Maps and Ephemera
7 - 8pm EDT
Online
Heidi Herr, the outreach librarian for Special Collections at Johns Hopkins University, will interview several students, including Ivy Xun, Laurel Poolman, and Nandini Dey, about their experiences researching the Women's Suffrage Movement and share examples of their work as part of the Hopkins at Home Women's Suffrage Series.
Registration Required
Free