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johns hopkins history

Mr. Science Television and the Hopkins show ahead of its time
Published Spring 2019
'The Johns Hopkins Science Review' aired from 1948 until 1955, beaming science and health research into living rooms around the country / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hopkins History
Exhibition traces 125 years of medical milestones
Published Dec 17, 2018
Exhibition created to highlight the celebrated history of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is on display in MSE Library through March 18
Armistice Centennial
An activist abroad for the Armistice
Published Nov 8, 2018
In letters, Elisabeth Gilman, the youngest daughter of the university's founding president, described the scene in Paris when the Great War officially ended
Milestone
School of Nursing celebrates 130 years
Published Oct 8, 2018 Video
Established as a training school in 1889, the School of Nursing has grown to become the No. 1 graduate nursing school in the U.S.
Milestone celebration
125 years of innovation
Published June 6, 2018
School of Medicine celebrates milestone anniversary with symposium featuring speakers, panel discussions, and interactive exhibits
Exhibition
Exploring Homewood's untold history
Published May 16, 2018
Multiyear research project examines the stories of the slaves who lived and worked at the property that would become Johns Hopkins University's Homewood campus
Sheridan Libraries
Historic photos now available online
Published April 26, 2018
Photographs, slides, and portraits made available through the Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives
Hopkins history
'A time of great pain'
Published April 11, 2018
JHU's Homewood campus was largely insulated from the unrest following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968, but many on campus were moved to action
Hopkins history treasure hunt
Published Winter 2017
Dig a hole, crack a safe—You never know what will turn up from Hopkins' past / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Firebrand with a pince-nez
Published Fall 2017
Elisabeth Gilman, the youngest daughter of JHU's founding president, was a fierce advocate for social justice / Johns Hopkins Magazine