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March 9
RefWorks for Beginners
1 - 2pm EST
Online
Learn to add references and full-text articles, use folders and tags to help you organize your references, and easily create bibliographies in any style using the bibliographic management tool RefWorks.
Registration Required
Free
March 9
Hopkins to Health Month: LifeBridge Health BioIncubator Virtual Visit
2 - 3pm EST
Join us for a virtual visit to the LifeBridge Health BioIncubator at Sinai Hospital, Maryland's only hospital-based bioincubator.
March 9
Department of Chemistry Colloquium Seminar Series: Designing High Performance Luminescent Materials for Energy Efficient Lighting Technologies
3 - 4pm EST
Online
Jing Li, a distinguished professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University, will give a talk entitled "Designing High Performance Luminescent Materials for Energy Efficient Lighting Technologies" as part of the Department of Chemistry Colloquium Seminar Series.
Registration Required
Free
March 9
Isolation Support Group
3:30 - 4:45pm EST
Online
This Isolation Support Group is hosted by the Johns Hopkins Counseling Center.
Registration Required
Free
March 9
Global Political Cities: Actors and Arenas of Influence in International Affairs
4:30 - 6pm EST
Online
Kent Calder will discuss his new book which focuses on fifteen major cities across Europe, Asia, and the U.S. and shows how and why cities are re-asserting their historic role at the forefront of international economic and political life.
Registration Required
Free
March 9
Come Chat about the Summer Plunge Grant
5 - 6pm EST
If you're a FLI and URM student come and discover how you can apply for the Summer Plunge Grant with the Life Design Lab
March 9
Interfaith Council Gathering
6 - 6:45pm EST
Online
Interfaith Council meetings are open to all interested undergraduate students in the Johns Hopkins community.
March 9
Civic Sessions: Politics of Baltimore from a Structural Perspective
6 - 7:15pm EST
Online
Using Baltimore City's political structures as a case study, this session will analyze the relationship between elected officials' roles and the change we wish to see in our local communities.
Registration Required
Free
March 9
RefWorks for Beginners
7 - 8pm EST
Campus: Online, Details: Online via Zoom
Learn to add references and full-text articles, use folders and tags to help you organize your references, and easily create bibliographies in any style using the bibliographic management tool RefWorks.
Registration Required
Free
March 9
Life Design Lab Summer Grants Info Session
7 - 8pm EST
The Life Design Lab is pleased to offer several grant opportunities to all Johns Hopkins University undergraduates for the Summer of 2021. This session will provide and introduction to the grant program, and answer questions you might have about the grant process. (Part of DYSE Grants Series)
March 9 - 10
A Place To Talk Zoom (APTTZ)
8pm - 12am EST
Online
A Place to Talk offers peer listening through Zoom, called APTTZ.
March 10
Center for Health Education and Well-Being (CHEW) Office Hours
9 - 10am EST
Online
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.
March 10
Literature and Leadership: A Conversation with Elizabeth Samet
9 - 10am EST
Online
Join Dean Eliot A. Cohen and Elizabeth Samet for a discussion on how literature can build character and foster critical-thinking skills for future leaders in politics, business, law, medicine, and beyond.
Registration Required
Free
March 10
7th Annual Cybersecurity Virtual Conference for Executives
12 - 2pm EST
Online
Industry leaders and other cyber professionals will discuss the dos and don'ts of risk management. This conference is over three days; attendees may join all or some sessions.
Registration Required
Free
March 10
Johns Hopkins Academy Professor Toby Ditz: Gender and Deep History
12:30 - 2pm EST
Online
Toby Ditz, a professor emeritus of history at Johns Hopkins and a member of the Academy at Johns Hopkins, will give a talk entitled "Gender and Deep History."
Registration Required
Free