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Center for Educational Resources to be renamed to highlight expanded future
Published April 4, 2022
The center has been renamed the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation to more closely reflect its expanded mission and new initiatives and programs
Student experience
Hopkins recognized for commitment to first-gen students
Published March 11, 2022
Johns Hopkins is among 53 higher education institutions recognized by the Center for First-Generation Student Success for their commitment to the historically underrepresented group of students
University operations
JHU revises COVID-19 safety protocols ahead of spring semester
Published Jan 15, 2022
Spring semester will start in-person as scheduled on Jan. 24; university issues new masking requirements, updates guidance on isolation/quarantine for students
University operations
Johns Hopkins updates policies, procedures in preparation for expanded spring return
Published Dec 18, 2020
The draft Return to Campus Guide details anticipated progression to Phase 2 of the university's reopening plan, including mandatory testing for many affiliates on or around campuses
Hopkins plans to welcome students back in January
Published Nov 2, 2020
If public health conditions permit, the university will resume on-campus activities with required COVID-19 testing while preserving flexibility for those who cannot or do not wish to return to campus
Chris Celenza to lead Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Published Oct 22, 2020
Celenza, who previously served as vice provost for faculty affairs, will rejoin JHU in January after three years as dean of Georgetown University's College of Arts and Sciences
University operations
University leaders provide spring semester planning update
Published Oct 1, 2020
In a message to undergraduate students, Provost Sunil Kumar and Vice Provost for Student Affairs Alanna Shanahan discuss the principles guiding decision-making
New online financial aid tools available for all JHU students
Published June 22, 2020
Chatbot and video portals help students and their families access financial aid information anytime
Then it all changed
Published Summer 2020
In March, amid the early stages of a pandemic, Johns Hopkins leadership made a series of gut-wrenching decisions on the operations of the university that will have lasting effects. In a sense, it all started with a spectatorless basketball game. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
SAFETY+SECURITY
JHU will pause development of police department for at least two years
Published June 12, 2020
'We want Johns Hopkins to be part of the conversation about what is possible for our city and country in rethinking the appropriate boundaries and responsibilities of policing,' university and Medicine leaders say