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Exhibit celebrates beloved jazz vocalist, daughter of Baltimore
Published Feb 19, 2024
Known for her philosophy of 'soft power,' Ethel Ennis said she was proud to have bloomed where she was planted, in her hometown of Baltimore
Middle schoolers put science skills to the test
Published Feb 15, 2024
Several hundred students, coaches, and mentors visited the Homewood campus Feb. 10 for a day filled with science-related contests hosted by Johns Hopkins University
A new study in hospitality
Published Feb 8, 2024
Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks official opening of The Study at Johns Hopkins, prominently situated on the corner of North Charles Street and East 33rd Street
Meet JHU's first director of disability, culture, and inclusion
Published Jan 25, 2024
Nathan R. Stenberg discusses how his personal and professional experiences have prepared him for a new role devoted to making the university more equitable for disabled people
A pipe dream come true
Published Jan 23, 2024
Peabody teaching associate Jordan Prescott shares his love for pipe organs with Johns Hopkins students during a winter-break course
BLocal BUILD College celebrates eighth cohort
Published Nov 13, 2023
The program helps local design and construction businesses grow through education and networking
Expungement clinic offers free legal counsel in East Baltimore
Published Nov 6, 2023
Volunteers from Johns Hopkins and its partners generated 415 petitions for expungement for nearly 300 clients at a resource clinic Nov. 5
Public safety
JHPD releases draft policies for review
Published Sept 21, 2023
Community is encouraged to offer feedback over the 60–day public comment period
Almost 500 students participate in Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program
Published Aug 31, 2023
Of these high school and college interns, 274 were placed in 140 departments across the university and health system
Henderson-Hopkins seeks math tutors
Published July 25, 2023
Program aims to hire more than 100 tutors for the upcoming school year