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Kids Need Counselors: We're On It
Published Fall 2023
Creating a pipeline for counselors to provide mental health counseling for students of high-needs school districts / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Material culture
A museum for menstruation
Published Fall 2023
The squeamishness associated with a natural bodily function led Harry Finley to shine a light on an often-marginalized aspect of women's health / Johns Hopkins Magazine
New master's residency program target teacher shortage
Published Sept 27, 2023
School of Education's TeachingWell program will provide professional, financial support for applicants looking to start long-term careers in teaching
New lab tackles net-zero supply chains and industrial policy
Published Sept 18, 2023
JHU's Net-Zero Industrial Policy Lab aims to find solutions that can eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from modern supply chains
Brzezinski Lecture
Blinken makes impassioned case for American diplomacy
Published Sept 13, 2023
Secretary of state was the inaugural speaker in the main auditorium at the new Hopkins Bloomberg Center in Washington, D.C.
Hard histories
How studying past can shape a better future
Published Sept 12, 2023
Discussion of race in America features 'New York Times' columnist Jamelle Bouie, civil rights lawyer Sherrilyn Ifill, BMA director Asma Naeem
Hopkins in D.C.
SAIS hosts rising leaders
Published Sept 11, 2023
Inaugural cohort of midcareer public service professionals from 10 countries complete leadership development program
University News
A new minor in civic life
Published Sept 5, 2023
SNF Agora's new, interdisciplinary minor in civic life prepares students to become change agents, as they bridge differences and find common ground
3 Questions
EPA eliminates wetlands protections
Published Sept 1, 2023
As much as half of the nation's wetlands were recently removed from federal regulations that protected them from pollution, JHU expert Ciaran Harman says
The affordable housing crisis
Published Aug 29, 2023
Monopolies of homebuilders are contributing to a housing crunch in the U.S., preventing millions of residents from buying a home, says Johns Hopkins economist Luis Quintero
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