Jens K. Nørskov, a professor of physics at the Technical University of Denmark, will give a talk entitled "Catalysis for Sustainable Production of Fuels and Chemicals" for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering Virtual Fall 2020 Seminar Series.
Join LGBTQ Life and CHEW for a discussion of what makes healthy and unhealthy relationships, focusing on the needs of LGBTQA people while considering relationships that include friendships, partnerships, group memberships, and more.
Sara Mauskopf, CEO and co-founder of Winnie on Wednesday, will present a lecture entitled "Fireside chat with Sara Mauskopf" followed by a Q&A as part of the Leading Change: Perspectives from Outside of Medicine "Conversation Series 2020."
Join the Center for Health Education & Well-Being (CHEW) and Peabody Student Affairs to learn about navigating social events safely during the COVID-19 era while being entered to win a Johns Hopkins University sweatshirt.
Carlos Medina, assistant director of Life Design: Center for Student Success, and Alayna Hayes, senior director of Life Design: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, will discuss "Practice Makes Perfect" as part of the On the FLI Discussion Series.
Come ask Center for Health Education & Well-Being (CHEW) and Peabody Student Affairs staff any questions you might have about socializing during COVID-19; university policies related to social gatherings, alcohol, other drugs; or just to say hi.
Through a series of hands-on exercises, participants of this workshop will explore the ins and outs of georeferencing map images, which can often provide a historical basemap upon which to layer contemporary data.
The German Program (Department of Modern Languages and Literatures) presents Berlin Oranienplatz, which tells the story of Can, a young man of working-class Turkish parents, as he prepares to say goodbye to Berlin and return to Instanbul.
Laura Oulanne, a postdoctoral researcher in Comparative Literature at the University of Helsinki and a visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins University at the Department of Political Science, will give a talk entitled "Sense-Making and Selfhood Beyond Narratives: the Case of Gertrude Stein's Ida."