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Race in America
Native American activist to visit JHU
Published Nov 19, 2017
Winona LaDuke, an advocate for environmental and women's rights, speaks at Mason Hall on Nov. 8
Former Maryland Governor Glendening joins Carey faculty
Published Nov 19, 2017
He joins faculty as executive visiting professor with focus on community design, smart growth, and real estate and infrastructure
In memoriam
A guiding force of JHU business education
Published Nov 19, 2017
Pete Petersen, who oversaw part-time business education at Johns Hopkins for 26 years, dies at 84
Data-driven look at city's business challenges
Published Nov 19, 2017
University and city leaders discuss recent report from Johns Hopkins' 21st Century Cities Initiative
U.S. News rankings
Hopkins ranked among world's best
Published Nov 19, 2017
JHU No. 10 in annual Best Global Universities rankings, which emphasize academic research, reputation
Five named Siebel Scholars
Published Nov 19, 2017
Award honors students in business, bioengineering, computer science, and energy science programs
Interdisciplinary scholars
Medieval scholar named BDP
Published Nov 19, 2017
He receives appointments in Krieger School's departments of English, Classics
Faculty honors
Seven join National Academy of Medicine
Published Nov 19, 2017
New members selected for contributions to advancing the medical sciences, health care, and public health
Visual art
Amy Sherald to speak at JHU
Published Nov 19, 2017
Baltimore artist known for striking portraits of African-Americans was recently commissioned to paint official portrait of Michelle Obama
Disaster response
Alum flies medical supplies to Puerto Rico
Published Nov 19, 2017
Ethan Leder leads effort to deliver medical, emergency supplies to rural parts of island