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Hopkins Nursing dean named vice-chancellor at University of Wollongong
Published Sept 1, 2020
Patricia Davidson, who has led the JHU School of Nursing since 2013, will return to Australia to assume leadership role at her alma mater
Student life
Looking ahead to a fall semester like no other
Published Aug 31, 2020
To get a sense of how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their studies, friendships, and future plans, the Hub caught up with several undergraduate students to talk about their expectations, fears, and hopes for this truly unique fall 2020 semester
Hopkins to distribute wellness kits to undergraduate students
Published Aug 28, 2020
Locally sourced and assembled kits feature facial coverings, digital thermometer, hand sanitizer, and cleansing wipes
Convocation 2020
A virtual welcome
Published Aug 24, 2020
Members of the Class of 2024 and new transfer students are welcomed to the Johns Hopkins community in the university's first digital convocation ceremony
Senior Vice President Daniel Ennis to join Duke University
Published Aug 21, 2020
Senior leadership transition planned for JHU's Office of Finance and Administration, which Ennis has led since 2010
Cardin: Support small businesses during COVID-19
Published Aug 21, 2020
1,500 of Maryland's small business owners, leaders, and advocates took part in a virtual town hall with U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin hosted by Johns Hopkins University on Friday
University operations
Guidance for limited on-campus activities updated
Published Aug 21, 2020
Daily health checks via mobile app, mandatory flu vaccinations among new requirements designed to keep university community safe during COVID-19 pandemic
Hopkins launches COVID-19 health and safety awareness effort
Published Aug 19, 2020
The campaign emphasizes best practices for preventing the spread of COVID-19 and promotes available resources and personal responsibility
Johns Hopkins distributes 85,000 face masks to Baltimore community
Published Aug 19, 2020
The masks are 100% cotton and washable and will help slow the spread of COVID-19 among vulnerable communities
New course for faculty emphasizes inclusive virtual learning
Published Aug 18, 2020
A new Coursera class aims to give instructors the tools to ensure their classes are inclusive and accessible for all students during a shift to remote learning