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April 19
Town hall on fall 2021 return to campus
1 - 2pm EDT
Online
Representatives of university leadership will discuss plans for the expansion of on-campus activities for the fall semester
Free
April 19
Center for Health Education and Well-Being (CHEW) Office Hours
4 - 5pm EDT
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.
April 19
Fulbright U.S. Student Program for 2022-2023: Info Session
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
At this information session, Johns Hopkins National Fellowships Program staff will provide an overview of the Fulbright program and application process. You'll hear from previous Johns Hopkins grantees as well.
Registration Required
Free
April 19
Film Screening: "Beyond Borders: Undocumented Mexican-Americans"
5 - 7pm EDT
Online
Join SOURCE for a virtual screening of the documentary Beyond Borders: Undocumented Mexican-Americans followed by a discussion with filmmaker Micah Fink.
Registration Required
Free
April 19
Critical Coping Group: Tools for the Times
5:30 - 6pm EDT
Online
Join the Johns Hopkins Counseling Center for this online drop-in group discussing the skills and tools we can access to be equipped to face the challenges here and ahead.
Registration Required
Free
April 19
Break Up with Fast Fashion
6 - 7pm EDT
Online
Love the affordability and abundance of trendy clothes but hate their impact on people and the planet? Come learn about breaking up with fast fashion and hear Johns Hopkins student founders of the sustainable fashion brand Taara Project discuss their coming launches and philosophy.
Registration Required
Free
April 19
Women in White Coats and the Path to Publishing a Nonfiction Book
7 - 8pm EDT
Online
The Johns Hopkins Science Writing Program invites you to a livestreamed discussion with Olivia Campbell (a 2014 Johns Hopkins alum in science writing), author of the new book Women in White Coats: How the First Women Doctors Changed the World of Medicine.
Registration Required
Free
April 19 - 20
A Place To Talk Zoom (APTTZ)
8pm - 12am EDT
Online
A Place to Talk offers peer listening through Zoom, called APTTZ.
April 20
Diversity Education Training Series: Strategizing for Solidarity (Part Two)
10 - 11:30am EDT
Online
In part two of the Diversity Education Training Series, Juana Hollingsworth and Emily Hickey of the Office of Multicultural Affairs will facilitate a deeper look at how we can play an active role in working toward more equitable and inclusive social change.
Registration Required
Free
April 20
Institute for Assured Autonomy and Computer Science Seminar: Larry Peterson
11am - 12pm EDT
Online
Larry Peterson, a professor of computer science emeritus at Princeton University, will give a talk entitled "The Network as a Programmable Platform" for the Institute for Assured Autonomy co-hosted by the Johns Hopkins Department of Computer Science.
April 20
Chat with the Chaplains
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Join the chaplains Kathy Schnurr and Maeba Jonas from the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life for their open office hours.
April 20
27th Annual Shallenberger Lecture: Joanne M. Braxton
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Joanne M. Braxton, professor of the humanities emerita at the College of William & Mary, will give the 27th Annual Shallenberger Lecture entitled "On the Outrage of Black Mothers: Healing the Past in the Present."
April 20
Hopkins at Home Livestream: Air Today, Gone Tomorrow: How Air Particles Impact Human Health and the Environment
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Peter DeCarlo, associate professor of environmental health and engineering at Johns Hopkins, will discuss particle composition in indoor and outdoor spaces to better understand what is in the air we breathe.
Registration Required
Free
April 20
Center for Health Education and Well-Being (CHEW) Office Hours
1 - 2pm EDT
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.
April 20
Global Dimensions of COVID-19: A Conversation with Jennifer Nuzzo
2 - 3pm EDT
Online
Join Dean Eliot A. Cohen and Jennifer Nuzzo for a discussion on global dimensions of COVID-19.
Registration Required
Free