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Center for Talented Youth
CTY celebrates bright students from around the world
Published May 21, 2019
Event held on university's Homewood campus recognizes middle schoolers who score among the top 12% on standardized tests
Population health
Study: Less than half of U.S. children flourishing
Published May 17, 2019
Those who are flourishing tend to come from families with high levels of resilience and connection
Commentary
To find Baltimore's brightest students, look beyond their test scores
Published May 17, 2019
Amy Shelton explains why CTY has opted to recruit high-potential students without the use of standardized testing / The Baltimore Sun
Education
Center will help schools address health, safety challenges
Published May 6, 2019
Center for Safe and Healthy Schools, led by the School of Education, brings together experts from across the university to develop holistic approaches to school health and safety
Tech Ventures
Former city schoolteacher wins $15K for her 'happiness revolution'
Published May 1, 2019
Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab also awards $10K to Fight Blight Bmore at its year-end celebration
Hopkins expands efforts to help governments, nonprofits find data-driven solutions
Published April 29, 2019
Centers for Civic Impact will be part of university's Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Political science
Generational divides in crime and punishment
Published April 29, 2019
Study finds that millennials are arrested more often than previous generations, even when they report committing fewer crimes
Journalist Anne Applebaum joins SNF Agora Institute
Published April 25, 2019
Applebaum, a 'Washington Post' columnist and an expert on the history of communism and post-communist Europe, will also join JHU's School of Advanced International Studies as a senior fellow
Democracy Dialogues
Big tech, China, and the new age of activism
Published April 19, 2019
Zeynep Tufekci and Alec Ross discuss the complex intersection of technology and democracy at event hosted by SNF Agora Institute
Social media
Regulations harm influencers, marketers, followers
Published April 15, 2019
Carey Business School study shows how regulations meant to protect consumers may actually cause feeds to be flooded with ads
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