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Artificial intelligence
AI and the upcoming elections
Published June 11, 2024
OpenAI's Mira Murati and the secretaries of state from Arizona and Georgia weigh in on challenges, opportunities, and threats posed by emerging technology
University leaders share update on Homewood campus encampment
Published May 10, 2024
A message to the Johns Hopkins University community from President Ron Daniels and Provost Ray Jayawardhana
President Daniels shares message on campus protest
Published May 2, 2024
His update on outreach to protesters reiterates the university's commitment 'to maintaining a campus environment that values free speech, but also where everyone feels safe and welcome'
University leaders share update on campus protest
Published April 30, 2024
President, provost describe 'peaceful and productive resolution' to support continuation of pro-Palestinian protest at Homewood
The decline of the American dream
Published Nov 9, 2023
In conversation with JHU President Ron Daniels, Leonhardt explores factors preventing many Americans from prospering
Hopkins in D.C.
Hopkins Bloomberg Center launches Authors & Insights series
Published Oct 30, 2023
Series starts with book events featuring 'New York Times' author and columnist David Leonhardt, SAIS expert Eliot Cohen
Hopkins in D.C.
President Daniels' dedication remarks
Published Oct 19, 2023
Daniels calls the new building 'the physical embodiment of our aspirations for our university in this moment, in this time'
President Daniels shares message on violence in Israel and Gaza
Published Oct 10, 2023
He expresses sympathies to those whose loved ones are in harm's way, identifies resources for those in need of solace or aid
Ten for One
An ambitious path for JHU's future
Published Sept 15, 2023
The Ten for One consists of 10 goals spanning the full range of JHU's activities, from discovery and translation, to education and community partnerships
Undergraduate Admissions
A 'demographic revolution' at Hopkins
Published Aug 29, 2023
The Washington Post explores how JHU has transformed itself into one of the most diverse universities in the top tier of higher education