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Treating COVID-19
Johns Hopkins engineers develop 3D-printed ventilator splitters
Published April 2, 2020
Their prototype aims to address safety concerns about cross-contamination and correctly managing air flow to patients
Global health
Map tracks coronavirus outbreak
Published Jan 23, 2020
The dashboard, built by a team at the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering and regularly updated with data from the WHO, CDC, and other sources, illustrates how the virus is spreading in China and beyond
Earth and planetary sciences
More pavement, more problems
Published March 5, 2020
Study finds that for every percentage point increase in pavement and impervious surfaces, annual floods increase by 3.3%

News feeds from around Johns Hopkins

Peabody musicians Participate in Moral Resilience Rounds
Published July 16, 2020
An article on the American Medical Association website focuses on Hopkins Hospital’s Moral Resilience Rounds, which provide a safe and supportive place twice a week for an hour using Zoom. Peabody... / The Peabody Post
Nicholas Bentz Wins American Prize in Composition
Published July 15, 2020
Nicholas Bentz (BM ’17, Composition, Violin; MM ’18, Violin) was awarded the American Prize in Composition for orchestral music, student division, for his piece A Cosmos in Stone, Respawning,... / The Peabody Post
Peabody Composition Competition Winners Announced
Published July 14, 2020
Matteo Belli, a doctoral student of Oscar Bettison, won first prize in Peabody’s Macht Orchestral Composition Competition for his work trame di sangue grigio. Peabody’s Virginian Carty DeLillo... / The Peabody Post
Peter Folliard Appointed Dean of the Augustana University School of Music
Published July 13, 2020
Peter Folliard (MM ’09, Conducting, Euphonium) has been appointed the inaugural dean for the Augustana University School of Music in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Folliard joined Augustana in 2017 as... / The Peabody Post
Coby Schoolman Interviewed by Christian Science Monitor
Published July 13, 2020
Coby Schoolman, a sophomore French horn student at Peabody, was interviewed in a story in the Christian Science Monitor about how arts students learned online during lockdown. He says that by recording... / The Peabody Post
Sean Jones Teaches in JTole Summer Jazz Workshop
Published July 12, 2020
Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies Sean Jones will teach in JTole Summer Jazz Workshop at the New Jersey Youth Symphony. It will be held online from July 13 to 25. In addition to master classes... / The Peabody Post
News from Mark G. Meadows
Published July 11, 2020
Mark G. Meadows (BM ’11, GPD ’13, Jazz Piano; KSAS BA ’11, Psychology) was featured on WJLA ABC 7 in DC for his song “Be The Change” talking about “using his musical talents to spread a message... / The Peabody Post
Johns Hopkins statement re: SEVP lawsuit filed today
Published July 10, 2020
Johns Hopkins University filed suit in federal court Friday in an effort to stop a Trump administration rule change that would severely impact nearly 5,000 international students at the university. The... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Elizabeth Sarian and the Atlanta Opera Record ‘Singing Telegrams’
Published July 10, 2020
Elizabeth Sarian (BM ’17, GPD ’18, Voice) is working with the Atlanta Opera recording ‘singing telegrams’ for health care workers, hospital patients, and seniors. Sarian was featured... / The Peabody Post
Victor LaBozzetta III Receives Presser Award
Published July 10, 2020
Composition master’s student Victor LaBozzetta III has received the 2019-20 Presser Graduate Music Award. He will receive $10,000 to initiate a performance tour of an interdisciplinary concert, combining... / The Peabody Post