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michael bloomberg

Fulfilling a promise of Hopkins for all
Published Spring 2019
Michael Bloomberg's historic $1.8 billion pledge for undergraduate financial aid promotes greater diversity at Johns Hopkins / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q&A
In his own words: Michael R. Bloomberg on his record-breaking gift
Published Spring 2019
"The future of our country depends on giving talented young people the chance to pursue their dreams," Bloomberg says / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Bloomberg invests $50M to address opioid epidemic
Published Nov 30, 2018
New CDC figures show recent decline in U.S. life expectancy tied to record number of drug and opioid overdose deaths
Hopkins 'truly blessed' by Bloomberg's legacy of support
Published Nov 26, 2018
With $1.8B donation in support of financial aid, Bloomberg has now given more than $3.35B to his alma mater, by far the most ever by any individual to a U.S. university
Student impact
Elimination of student loans opens doors for Hopkins undergrads
Published Nov 26, 2018
Bloomberg's historic $1.8B gift in support of financial aid means a Hopkins education is within reach for qualified students, regardless of their ability to pay
Bloomberg's gift helps Hopkins realize key goal
Published Nov 26, 2018
$1.8B donation in support of financial aid will allow university to eliminate student loans from financial aid packages for all current and future undergraduates
Bloomberg gives record $1.8B to Hopkins for financial aid
Published Nov 18, 2018
Historic gift is the largest-ever single contribution to a U.S. college or university
Bloomberg's gift
Published Winter 2016
$300 million goes to the Bloomberg School of Public Health to reshape the national public health agenda / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Philanthropy
Bloomberg gives $300M for public health initiative
Published Sept 15, 2016
Bloomberg American Health Initiative will focus on new approaches to drug addiction, obesity, gun violence, adolescent health, environmental threats
Cancer research
Biden: New Hopkins cancer institute will 'bring hope to millions of people'
Published March 29, 2016
Vice president among speakers at dedication of $125 million Bloomberg-Kimmel Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy