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Politics+Society

Sustainability
JHU to divest holdings in thermal coal
Published Feb 24, 2018
Board votes to eliminate investments in fossil fuel that contributes more climate-changing greenhouse gases per unit of electricity than any other
Open Data
Setting standards
Published Feb 24, 2018
New Data Standards Directory helps cities across the country report civic data like crime and election results in a consistent, uniform way
MSE Symposium
Hasan Minhaj speaks at JHU
Published Feb 24, 2018
Acclaimed comedian, 'Daily Show' correspondent blends social, political commentary during JHU visit
Opioid Crisis
Missed opportunities for opioid treatment
Published Feb 24, 2018
Most people referred for opioid treatment by criminal justice system don't receive optimal care, Bloomberg School researchers find
Case competition
Carey MBA students take first place
Published Feb 24, 2018
Four-member team wins first place, $12K at Chamber of Commerce case competition
'Walter just knows stuff'
Published Winter 2017
Oscar-winning film editor and sound designer Walter Murch likes to dive into obscure subjects—including some discounted 18th-century astrophysics that, he thinks, deserves another look / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Genetics
Revising the genome
Published Winter 2017
CRISPR lets scientists edit our genetic source code. This is going to be interesting. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Voice of influence
Published Winter 2017
Wendy Osefo, a visiting assistant professor in the School of Education, founded a project to boost graduation rates for minorities on college campuses / Johns Hopkins Magazine
American Indian Health
Mom home school
Published Winter 2017
Home visiting program strengthens the bonds between Native American mothers and their children, community / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Medicine
Urgent med school
Published Winter 2017
In war-torn Syria, there's a desperate need to find more effective ways to prepare the next generation of medical students in a hurry / Johns Hopkins Magazine