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Oct 6
Exhibition: A History of Houseplants
11am - 4pm EDT
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibition, "A History of Houseplants," explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians' obsession with houseplants, reveals how the trend manifested at Evergreen and in Baltimore, and examines how today's houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.
Oct 6
Cell Biology Seminar: Zheng Shi
12 - 1pm EDT
Bodian Conference Room (Suite 2-200), 1830 Building 1830 Building
East Baltimore Campus
The Cell Biology Department will host Zheng Shi, assistant professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers University, who will deliver a talk titled "Mechanical Signaling at the Cell Membrane."
Oct 6
Building Your Holiday Survival Guide
12 - 1pm EDT
With the holidays around the corner, it is time to build out your game plan so you don't reach January stressed, feeling icky, and drained. Join us from noon to 1pm on October 6th, we'll have some surprise guests and a few familiar faces dropping in to share practical strategies so that as you enter the holidays you are ready to focus on what matters most.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
East Baltimore Mindful Walks
12:20 - 12:50pm EDT
Begin at 1812 Ashland Ave, Baltimore, MD 21205, East Baltimore Campus East Baltimore Campus
Take a meaningful break from your day and practice mindfulness during a walk around Eager Park in East Baltimore. Walks will continue in drizzle/light rain.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
Sister to Sister: A Drop-In Group Space for Black Women
1 - 2:15pm EDT
Online
All Johns Hopkins students and learners who are Black, woman-identifying individuals are welcome to join Sister to Sister, a supportive and safe space to build community and discuss challenges.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
How the Global Polio Eradication Program Strengthened Health Systems in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
1 - 1:45pm EDT
Online
Olakunle Alonge from the School of Public Health will discuss how the Global Polio Eradication Program influences the health systems of entire countries and created a foundation for more sustainable and equitable care.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
Introduction to ArcGIS: Using ArcGIS Pro
2 - 3:30pm EDT
Online
Learn the basics of ArcGIS Pro, the most widely used geographic information systems software.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
Chat with a JHSAP Counselor: School of Education Students
2 - 6pm EDT
Chat with a counselor from the Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program to ask questions, learn skills to help with stress or academic life, and learn about resources for mental health -- dedicated hours for School of Education students.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
Department of Chemistry Colloquium Seminar Series: Sara Thoi
3 - 4pm EDT
Sara Thoi, an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins, will give a talk titled "Designing Functional Sites at Metal-Organic Interfaces for Energy Conversion and Storage."
Oct 6
The Dope: The Real History of the Mexican Drug Trade
4 - 5:30pm EDT
Benjamin Smith, a professor of history at the University of Warwick, will give a talk titled "The Dope: The Real History of the Mexican Drug Trade," presented by the Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies.
Oct 6
"The 'Child Ballad' in Ireland," a Multimedia Presentation by Ian Lynch
4:15 - 6:30pm EDT
Ian Lynch, acclaimed practitioner and scholar of Irish traditional music, will be singing live and treating us to aural and visual arcana drawn from his academic and practical study of the ballad tradition in Ireland, Britain, and their diasporas.
Oct 6
Living in Prison: Insights from the American Prison Writing Archive
6 - 7:30pm EDT
Two million people in the U.S. live behind bars, in prisons and jails. Their voices are largely absent from the civic sphere, political debate, and mass media. Yet imprisoned authors are among the sharpest analysts of their own situation, as well as of U.S. politics and society in general.
Oct 6
October 2022 GIS After Dark
7 - 8pm EDT
Online
Several students from the Johns Hopkins MS in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Cassandra Hansen, lecturer and interim program director, as they showcase their research.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 7
Mental Health in the Workplace Fall Summit 2022
8am - 2pm EDT
Feinstone Hall (also online), School of Public Health School of Public Health
East Baltimore Campus
In collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center for Occupational Safety and Health, the Johns Hopkins POE Total Worker Health Center in Mental Health present the hybrid Mental Health in the Workplace Fall Summit 2022.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 7
Exhibition: A History of Houseplants
11am - 4pm EDT
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibition, "A History of Houseplants," explores the forces that catalyzed the Victorians' obsession with houseplants, reveals how the trend manifested at Evergreen and in Baltimore, and examines how today's houseplant craze both recalls and differs from the Victorian version of 150 years ago.