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March 5
ICM Seminar: Brody Foy
4 - 5pm EST
Room 110 (also online), Clark Hall Clark Hall
Homewood Campus
Brody H. Foy, acting assistant professor at UW (University of Washington) Medicine Laboratory Medicine & Pathology, will give a talk titled "Mathematical and Computational Frameworks for Adaptively Benchmarking Patients in States of Health, Disease, and Recover" for the Institute of Computational Medicine.
March 6
Art Glass at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library possesses one of the world's largest private collections of 19th- and 20th-century art glass. This installation gathers these highlights, showing off the breadth and depth of the collection and contextualizing its history at Evergreen.
Registration Required
Free
March 6
The Leading Edge Presents: Rear Admiral Rebecca Ore of the U.S. Coast Guard
10 - 11am EST
Online
Join Advanced Academic Program for a discussion with Rear Admiral Rebecca Ore on leadership and her role as assistant commandant for intelligence.
Registration Required
Free
March 6
Bergamot String Quartet with Zane Forshee
12:30 - 1:30pm EST
Peabody professor and guitarist Zane Forshee joins the all-alumnae Bergamot String Quartet for a program of contemporary works, including two world premieres.
March 6
Regulating Emotions: A Skills Workshop Series
4 - 5pm EST
Online
This four-part workshop uses the principles of the evidence-based therapy modality dialectical behavioral therapy to bring awareness of how emotional dysregulation can happen in your day-to-day life as well as skills to regulate and be present with emotional distress.
Registration Required
Free
March 6
Composition Department Recital
7:30 - 9:30pm EST
March 7
Art Glass at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library possesses one of the world's largest private collections of 19th- and 20th-century art glass. This installation gathers these highlights, showing off the breadth and depth of the collection and contextualizing its history at Evergreen.
March 7
Debating Deglobalization: A Conversation with Dani Rodrik and Joyce Chang
10:30 - 11:30am EST
Online
Dani Rodrik, a world-renowned researcher on globalization, economic growth and development, and political economy, and Joyce Chang, chair of global research for J.P. Morgan's Corporate and Investment Bank, will discuss to what extent deglobalization is occurring and if it is likely to continue, among other issues.
Registration Required
Free
March 7
Master Class: Richard Goode, piano
11am - 2pm EST
Hilda and Douglas Goodwin Recital Hall Hilda and Douglas Goodwin Recital Hall
Peabody Institute
March 7
Introduction to Python for Absolute Beginners 
1 - 3:30pm EST
Online
This hands-on Johns Hopkins Data Services workshop will provide users with the fundamentals necessary to get started using Python, a popular programming language that is used for data management and analysis, web development, software development, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Registration Required
Free
March 7
Rethinking Injuries: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Harm, Safety, and Society
1:30 - 7:30pm EST
Also online, Welch Medical Library Welch Medical Library
East Baltimore Campus
This hybrid international conference organized by the Injuries Studies Research Network of scholars and practitioners will bring together scholars, researchers, and policymakers from the humanities, social sciences, public health, and medicine to chart how individuals and communities live with and make meaning out of injuries.
Registration Required
Free