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Tech policy
Kara Swisher launches AI interview series in D.C.
Published May 29, 2024
Hopkins Bloomberg Center event kicks off Hopkins' yearlong partnership with Vox Media to convene top minds working at the intersection of tech, science, and public policy
Undergraduate education
A gateway to D.C.
Published March 19, 2024
New Hopkins Semester D.C. program allows undergrads to pursue internships while living in the nation's capital
Performing arts
History of psychotherapy takes center stage
Published Jan 23, 2024
Psychologist Kay Redfield Jamison, composer Michael Hersch, and soprano Ah Young Hong team up for a powerful musical exploration of mental illness and healing
Call for proposals
New round of Nexus Awards funding
Published Dec 14, 2023
Support available for research, teaching, or programming that makes use of the Hopkins Bloomberg Center in Washington, D.C.
The decline of the American dream
Published Nov 9, 2023
In conversation with JHU President Ron Daniels, Leonhardt explores factors preventing many Americans from prospering
Hopkins in D.C.
Search for inaugural School of Government and Policy dean begins
Published Nov 2, 2023
The search committee will be chaired by Provost Ray Jayawardhana
A virtual guide to art at Hopkins
Published Oct 23, 2023
More than 200 works of public art at Hopkins locations in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., can now be viewed via the Bloomberg Connects app
Video: Step inside the new Hopkins Bloomberg Center
Published Oct 20, 2023
Check out the sights and sounds of a memorable Oct. 19 dedication celebration in Washington, D.C.
Hopkins in D.C.
President Daniels' dedication remarks
Published Oct 19, 2023
Daniels calls the new building 'the physical embodiment of our aspirations for our university in this moment, in this time'
Hopkins in D.C.
Leaders convene at CityLab event
Published Oct 18, 2023
Nearly 600 mayors and urban and civic leaders from around the world take part in 10th annual CityLab conference in Washington, D.C.