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Black history month

A Black History Month outing
Published Feb 27, 2017 Photos
Hundreds of Johns Hopkins employees and their families visit the Reginald F. Lewis Museum
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Dedicated mentors
Published Feb 27, 2017
Janine and Robert Clayton remain close to Hopkins, helping to recruit and mentor black students
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Lifelong boundary crosser
Published Feb 23, 2017
Claudia Thomas has broken barriers to become the first black female orthopedic surgeon in the U.S.
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Innovative engineer, electrifying educator
Published Feb 21, 2017 Video
A lifetime of curiosity led Johns Hopkins engineer James West to secure more than 250 patents, accelerate communications revolution
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BFSA to host student oratory competition
Published Feb 17, 2017
Participants asked to relate one of three quotes to their personal experiences, demonstrate its relevance to the future
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Engineer for diversity
Published Feb 16, 2017
Gwendolyn Boyd spent 33 years at JHU's Applied Physics Laboratory before departing in 2014
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Catalyst for campus change
Published Feb 13, 2017
Empowered by the Civil Rights Movement, Bruce Baker became a pioneer for JHU's Black Student Union
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Invincible scholar
Published Feb 8, 2017
Johns Hopkins alum Miriam DeCosta-Willis became the first black faculty member at Memphis State University
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A brilliant mind
Published Feb 6, 2017
Engineer Ralph Etienne-Cummings has built his reputation on his years-long quest to develop a spinal implant to help paralyzed people
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Free admission to Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Published Feb 6, 2017
Johns Hopkins faculty, students, staff, and families can visit museum examining African-American history, heritage