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Entrepreneurship
Social Innovation Lab announces new cohort
Published Nov 19, 2019
The 2019-2020 cohort features 10 promising nonprofit ventures that will receive business and financial support over the next six months
ARTS
Project combines art, history, scholarly research, and community outreach
Published Sept 20, 2019
Lawrence Jackson's Billie Holiday Project for Liberation Arts aims to document the history of African American life in Baltimore and foster intellectual ties between the university and the community
Benefits
Homeownership program expands its reach
Published Sept 16, 2019
Community celebration marks the growth of the Live Near Your Work program, which over the past decade has put more than 1,100 Johns Hopkins employees on the path to homeownership in Baltimore City
Community
BLocal drives millions of dollars into Baltimore's economy
Published May 15, 2019
At the end of the program's inaugural three-year term, partners report spending more than $280M for purchasing or construction with local and minority vendors and hiring more than 1,700 Baltimore residents
Black History Month
Day at the museum
Published Feb 25, 2019 Photos
University and health system provided free admission to Reginald F. Lewis Museum for Hopkins affiliates and their families
Black History Month
Hopkins Day returns at Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Published Feb 13, 2019
All Johns Hopkins affiliates and their families can visit the museum for free on Saturday, Feb. 23
President's Day of Service
Hundreds from Hopkins make 'meaningful impact'
Published Oct 15, 2018 Photos
Nearly 1,000 participate in community service activities across Baltimore as part of 10th annual President's Day of Service
#Reinventing18
Conference addresses urban challenges, opportunities
Published Oct 3, 2018
'Reinventing Our Communities' conference, co-hosted by JHU's 21st Century Cities initiative, draws nearly 600 leaders, policymakers to Baltimore
Health equity
Healing the divide
Published June 14, 2018
Hopkins expert Lisa Cooper discusses challenges and new directions in health disparities research
Q+A
An intimate portrait of a working-class life
Published May 10, 2018
In advance of the premiere of his fourth film, 'Sollers Point,' Johns Hopkins lecturer Matthew Porterfield sits down to talk filmmaking, creating complex characters, and the colors of summer in Baltimore