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Fall 2020 Welcome
A message from President Daniels
Published Sept 21, 2020
Daniels: 'At this pivotal time in our history ... you have inspired the very best in one another and shown the power of a community that's centered on creativity, generosity, and compassion'
Diversity+Inclusion
Johns Hopkins shares message of solidarity against racism
Published May 31, 2020
'Because we are all intricately connected by our common humanity, if one segment of our community is hurting, it adversely impacts all of us,' university and Medicine leaders say
President's remarks
'Show us all the way forward'
Published May 21, 2020
Video and full text of President Daniels' remarks for JHU's 2020 Commencement ceremony
Message
Daniels details financial implications of COVID-19
Published April 21, 2020
JHU's president describes measures planned to mitigate substantial financial challenges caused by disruption to university and health system operations
10x2020
'Ten by Twenty' listening sessions planned
Published Dec 12, 2019
President Daniels to participate in more than 50 conversations in early 2020 to hear diverse ideas and perspectives
Intersession 2020
JHU offers deep dive on democracy
Published Nov 15, 2019
Courses taught by President Ronald J. Daniels, SNF Agora Institute faculty, and visiting experts will allow students to explore issues at the heart of American politics
Commentary
'We are proud and privileged to call Baltimore home'
Published July 29, 2019
JHU President Ronald J. Daniels, nine other city leaders co-author op-ed in which they 'reject the recent unfair and ungenerous characterizations of our great city and its region'
Q+A
Daniels discusses JHU's 'Ten by Twenty' progress to date
Published April 24, 2019
With less than two years to go in the ambitious strategic initiative, President Daniels talks about what JHU has accomplished and how close it is to meeting its goals
Video
A timeless message of thanks
Published Dec 18, 2018
10th annual Thank You video celebrates the people, past and present, who help bring the vision of Johns Hopkins to life