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Oct 2
Defining Disability: From Personal, Research, and Policy Perspectives
1 - 2pm EDT
The Disability Seminar Series encourages broader thinking about how disability is included and discussed in research and clinical settings
Free
Oct 2
DMC Event: Covid Stories
3 - 5pm EDT
Learn the basics of interviewing, podcasting, and storytelling while telling your COVID story at the DMC. Stories will be compiled into short podcasts and shared with the JHU community.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 2
Somatic Meditation
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
Please join Sandeepa Sur, a research fellow in the Department of Radiology, for daily somatic meditation.
Oct 2
Heritage 365 Cultural Experience Series: Latinx Heritage Celebration with DJ Pedro Night, Martin Amini, and Walter Alvarado
7 - 8pm EDT
Campus: Online, Details: https://jh.zoom.us/j/98584776243?pwd=Uk1zYzR1SU1lR1IxQlp2UnhBMmFsUT09
Celebrate LatinX heritage and start off your Friday with performances by DJ Pedro Night and stand-up comedians Martin Amini and Walter Alvarado.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 3
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
Oct 4
Hopkins at Home: The Chamber Music of Ludwig van Beethoven — A Composer at Work
3 - 4pm EDT
Online
Suhnne Ahn, an instructor of musicology at Peabody, will lead a four-week course celebrating Ludwig van Beethoven's upcoming 200th birthday with a dive into a deep, small-group discussion about Beethoven's development as a chamber music composer throughout his life and how it mirrored his symphonic output from his arrival in Vienna as a young man until the end of his life.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 5
Introduction to R for Absolute Beginners
1 - 4pm EDT
Online
This "Introduction to R" workshop is for people who want to learn this data analysis tool but have little or no experience in any programming languages.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 5
Somatic Meditation
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
Please join Sandeepa Sur, a research fellow in the Department of Radiology, for daily somatic meditation.
Oct 5
DMC Workshop: Photo Crash Course
5 - 7pm EDT
Lenses, accessories, depth of field, RAW—find out how to take your camera off the auto setting and become a better photographer at the DMC..
Registration Required
Free
Oct 5
Carey Business School Distinguished Speaker Series: Women in the Workplace Executive Panel Discussion
5 - 6pm EDT
Online
Nora Gardner, senior partner at McKinsey, and Alex Triantis, dean of the Carey Business School, will moderate a panel of executives speaking to their first-hand experiences and discussing new data and recommendations for achieving gender parity.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 5
Meatless Monday
5:30 - 6:30pm EDT
Online
Becky Ramsing from the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future and Naijha Wright-Brown and Chef Gregory D. Brown from The Land of Kush, Vegan Soul Bistro, present an engaging and interactive Meatless Monday dinner demo and discussion.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
Hopkins at Home: Quantum Sensing for Everyone
5:30 - 6:30pm EDT
Online
John Abraham, senior scientist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, will lead attendees through a world where you can monitor the movement of magma within the Earth's crust, peer around the corner without moving, and detect initial signs of degenerative disease.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
Interfaith Council Meeting
6 - 7pm EDT
Online
Students who are interested in interfaith dialogue and connection: Join this meeting of the Interfaith Council hosted by the chaplains of Religious & Spiritual Life.
Registration Required
Free
Oct 6
Counting Consent: Using BAC as a Yardstick
6 - 7pm EDT
Online
This interactive, activity-based program will explore the intersection of alcohol and consent.
Registration Required
Free
Registration Required
Free