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June 22
How to Start a Civic Renaissance: Lessons from the Humanist Petrarch
12 - 1:30pm EDT
Online
Join a conversation with Petrarch scholar Christopher Celenza of Johns Hopkins University and explore the ingredients of civic, social, and intellectual renewal, drawing lessons from the era of "rebirth"—known to history as the Italian Renaissance—that Petrarch led.
Registration Required
Free
June 23
Hopkins on the Hill: How Can We Address Educational Disparities Exacerbated by COVID-19?
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Join educational experts Annette Anderson and Richard Lofton as they discuss lessons learned from the last year and what can be done to improve educational equity in the U.S.
Registration Required
Free
June 23
For Debate: Should More Power Be Returned to the People?
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
SNF Agora Inaugural Director Hahrie Han and Daniel McLaughlin, senior writer at National Review Online, discuss the role of citizens in our current representative democracy and explore the question: Should more power be returned to the American people?
Registration Required
Free
June 24
IAA & CS Seminar Series Speaker: Elham Tabassi
11am - 12pm EDT
Online
Elham Tabassi, chief of staff in the Information Technology Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will give a talk entitled "Artificial Intelligence" for the Johns Hopkins Institute for Assured Autonomy and Department of Computer Science.
June 24
Vision Chats: The Actor's Guide to Reimagining Our Lives
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Actors Kevin Kilner (Johns Hopkins alum) and Jordan Baker-Kilner will discuss the future of movies, television, and theater post-COVID-19 and share inspirational advice about chasing your dreams when facing adversity.
Registration Required
Free
June 28
Humanities in the Village: Drugs, Amulets, and Birth Charts: Women's Health in Ancient Egypt
6:30 - 8pm EDT
Online
Lingxin Zhang, who recently defended her Ph.D. of Egyptology at Johns Hopkins, will give a talk entitled "Drugs, Amulets, and Birth Charts: Women's Health in Ancient Egypt" as part of the Humanities in the Village series.
Registration Required
Free
June 30
Hopkins on the Hill: How Do You Track a Pandemic for the Entire World?
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Learn firsthand from the team what it took to create the invaluable COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University and how it has evolved throughout time.
Registration Required
Free
July 1
Vision Chats: Adulting Reimagined
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Julie Lythcott-Haims, bestselling author of Your Turn: How To Be An Adult, and Farouk Dey, vice provost at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing young people today as they transition into adulthood.
Registration Required
Free
July 7
Vaccines, Primary Care, and Public Health: After COVID, What's Next?
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Tom Frieden, president and CEO of Resolve to Save Lives, will discuss what roles and strategies vaccines, primary care, and public health will play while we prepare for life after COVID-19.
Registration Required
Free