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Ten by twenty

Johns Hopkins sets its sights on a new strategic vision
Published March 17, 2022
The university will renew the collaborative process of reviewing progress under the Ten by Twenty strategic plan and mapping the next phase of JHU's future together
'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
Idea Lab
11 projects receive Idea Lab funding
Published Dec 5, 2019
University community votes to fund 11 projects that support diversity, sustainability, and Ten by Twenty goals
Idea Lab
Support for ideas that advance Ten by Twenty
Published Sept 30, 2019
Up to $20,000 available in Idea Lab's 'One Year, One Goal' challenge; Diversity Innovation Grants, sustainability grants also available; Proposals accepted beginning Oct. 14
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
Idea Lab
Five bright new ideas funded
Published May 11, 2017
Health hackathon, science camp for city kids, free food fridge among proposals to earn funding via online voting
10x2020: Shared goals
Strengthening communities
Published May 9, 2017 Video
As Baltimore's largest anchor institution, Johns Hopkins is committed to making the city as strong as it can be through service, education, and investment
10x2020: Shared goals
A path toward diversity
Published April 26, 2017 Video
Johns Hopkins is committed to cultivating a diverse community with improved supports and open dialogue, with a plan for action is spelled out in the Diversity r\Roadmap
10x2020: Shared goals
Going green
Published April 18, 2017 Video
Johns Hopkins is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and embracing environmentally conscious practices
10x2020: Shared goals
A cancer 'moonshot'
Published April 11, 2017 Video
A new institute is strengthening Johns Hopkins' world-class program in cancer immunology