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Sept 30
Mindful Yoga
4 - 5pm EDT
Online
Join other students and yoga instructor Nila Berger for this rejuvenating break.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 30
Somatic Meditation
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
Please join Sandeepa Sur, a research fellow in the Department of Radiology, for daily somatic meditation.
Sept 30
Book Club: China's Western Horizon
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
Over four book club sessions, Daniel S. Markey, a scholar of international relations, will lead discussions on how China's efforts in global political influence are likely to play out across the swath of Eurasia that includes South Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 30
5 Steps to Grow on Instagram in 2020
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
Kerry Ingram, marketing and operations coordinator for FastForward U, will discuss how to grow on Instagram, succeed on the platform and beat the algorithm in 2020.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 30
Hopkins at Home: Musical Maryland from Colonial Times through the Mid-20th Century
5:30 - 6:30pm EDT
David K. Hildebrand, a lecturer in musicology at Peabody and a specialist in Early American Music, will lead an online five-part course on Maryland's rich music history.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 30
The Education Debt: Improving Student Outcomes
6 - 7:30pm EDT
Online
Gloria Ladson-Billings, a former distinguished professor of urban education at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, will give a talk entitled "The Education Debt: Improving Student Outcomes" as part of the School of Education Department Chairs' Speaker Series.
Registration Required
Free
Sept 30
Factuality at Future Fest
7 - 8:30pm EDT
Online
The Life Design Lab is excited to invite students, campus partners, and employers to take part in a 90-minute board-game facilitation of Factuality, by Natalie Gillard — a 90-minute crash course on structural inequality in America as part of the Future Fest at Homewood. Limit of 150 students.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 1
The Future Fest At Homewood
11am - 9pm EDT
Online
The Future Fest at Homewood is a four-day "career fair" that reimagines traditional employer/student.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 1
Ok, Now I am Retired… How Do I Make This Work?
12 - 1pm EDT
Join Drew Tignanelli to learn how to stretch your dollar in retirement.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 1
Cell Biology Lecture: Elucidating Neuronal Protein Degradation in Health and Disease
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Clarissa Waites, an assistant professor of pathology and cell biology and of neuroscience at Columbia University, will give a talk entitled "Elucidating Neuronal Protein Degradation in Health and Disease" for the School of Medicine's Department of Cell Biology.
Oct 1
Beyond Propaganda
12 - 1pm EDT
Online
Starting in Putin's Russia, in this course Peter Pomerantsev, senior fellow at the SNF Agora Institute, will analyze how propaganda has been transformed across the world.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 1
Sonnets from the American: A Virtual Symposium
7 - 9pm EDT
Online
Nearly 800 years since its invention, the sonnet is in a period of extraordinary production and development, taken up by poets from every corner of the aesthetic field. Sonnets from the American: A Virtual Symposium will emphasize connections across literary periods and movements within the American sonnet tradition while showcasing contemporary developments with discussions and readings from 68 scholars, critics, poets, and editors.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 1
Kahoot Trivia Night
8 - 9pm EDT
Online
JHUnions Student Programming hosts a virtual trivia night.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 2
Hop to the Phuture
9am - 3pm EDT
Online
This event connects companies currently hiring in diverse fields with PhDs and postdocs seeking full-time or internship positions.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 2
Sonnets from the American: A Virtual Symposium
9:30 am - 9pm EDT
Online
Nearly 800 years since its invention, the sonnet is in a period of extraordinary production and development, taken up by poets from every corner of the aesthetic field. Sonnets from the American: A Virtual Symposium will emphasize connections across literary periods and movements within the American sonnet tradition while showcasing contemporary developments with discussions and readings from 68 scholars, critics, poets, and editors.
Registration Required
Free