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Feb 26
Humanities in the Village: Nate Brown—On Writing Environmental Fiction
6:30 - 7:30pm EST
Nate Brown, author and senior lecturer at the Johns Hopkins University Writing Program, will be in conversation with Jean McGarry, a professor in the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, discussing "On Writing Environmental Fiction."
Registration Required
Free
Feb 26
KSAS Senate Police Committee Public Assembly
7 - 8:30pm EST
Online
The public is invited to attend a virtual public assembly on the proposed Johns Hopkins private armed police force, convened by the Police Committee of the Johns Hopkins Krieger School Faculty Senate.
Feb 27
Art Glass at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library possesses one of the world's largest private collections of 19th- and 20th-century art glass. This installation gathers these highlights, showing off the breadth and depth of the collection and contextualizing its history at Evergreen.
Feb 27
SOM Biological Chemistry Seminar Series: Simon Newstead
12 - 1pm EST
Mountcastle Auditorium, 1st Floor, Preclinical Teaching Building Preclinical Teaching Building
East Baltimore Campus
Simon Newstead, chair of molecular biophysics at the University of Oxford, will give a talk titled "Understanding the Role of Solute Carriers (SLCs) in Human Health and Disease."
Feb 27
Geocoding in ArcGIS
2 - 3:30pm EST
Online
This Johns Hopkins Data Services workshop will be hands on using ArcGIS Online, but students will be provided with directions as to how to geocode using ArcGIS Pro.
Registration Required
Free
Feb 27
Exploring Trans Archives
2:30 - 4pm EST
Macksey Room, Brody Learning Commons Brody Learning Commons
Homewood Campus
Three Sheridan Libraries curators will discuss individually selected objects from Special Collections, including trans oral histories, artist books, and zines, with an opportunity to spend hands-on time with collections related to trans cultural production.
Feb 27
Info Session: MS in Global Innovation and Leadership Program through Engineering
5 - 6pm EST
Online
Interested in entering a rapidly growing, technical industry but lack a background in engineering? Johns Hopkins Engineering's Master of Science in Global Innovation and Leadership through Engineering can give you the technical and management background you need to become a premier, all-around global technical leader, no matter your undergraduate degree.
Registration Required
Free
Feb 27
Natural Philosophy Forum Distinguished Lecture: Geoffrey West
6 - 7pm EST
Geoffrey West, a theoretical physicist and distinguished professor at the Santa Fe Institute, will give the Distinguished Lecture for the Natural Philosophy Forum titled "The Simplicity, Unity and Complexity of Life from the Biosphere to the Anthroposphere."
Feb 27
Asa Woo and Her Miscast Review
8 - 9pm EST
The Playshop's first musical cabaret of this kind is 45 minutes of musical fun, featuring songs across musical theatre that are traditionally performed by men.
Feb 28
Art Glass at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library possesses one of the world's largest private collections of 19th- and 20th-century art glass. This installation gathers these highlights, showing off the breadth and depth of the collection and contextualizing its history at Evergreen.
Feb 28
LCSR Seminar: Sherry Yang
12 - 1pm EST
Sherry Yang, a final-year doctoral student at UC Berkeley and a senior research scientist at Google DeepMind, will give a talk titled "Decision-Making with Internet-Scale Knowledge" for the Laboratory for Computational Sensing + Robotics.
Feb 28
Peabody Jazz: Fran Vielma Quartet
12:30 - 1:30pm EST
Peabody Jazz faculty artist Fran Vielma performs his own original compositions and world-music-influenced arrangements of contemporary jazz, with Savino Palumbo, piano; Steve Arnold, acoustic bass; and Luis Hernández, saxophones.
Feb 28
Safe Zone Conference
1 - 4:30pm EST
Online
Join Gender & Sexuality Resources for this two-day virtual Spring semester Safe Zone conference to become a better ally for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) community.
Registration Required
Free