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University will self-operate campus dining services at Homewood, Peabody
Published Feb 2, 2021
The change, which takes place July 2022, will allow the university to enhance sustainable food service practices and provide greater flexibility and oversight
University operations
Careful planning, safety precautions underpin JHU's in-person instruction
Published Feb 2, 2021
University officials have spent months honing the plans that will guide this week's resumption of in-person instruction
Return to campus
COVID testing expands as spring semester gets underway
Published Jan 29, 2021
More than 8,500 tests have been conducted over the past seven days at nine campus testing sites as the university prepares to expand in-person activities
JHU Social Compact promotes safety, solidarity
Published Jan 27, 2021
All members of the university community are encouraged to commit to following simple public health protocols designed to keep themselves and others safe and healthy
In memoriam
Pioneering immunologist Nilabh Shastri dies at 68
Published Jan 27, 2021
Shastri, who explored how the human immune system recognizes rapidly changing foreign elements, joined Johns Hopkins as a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in 2018
Three Johns Hopkins master's degree programs among top online programs in the country
Published Jan 26, 2021
Programs from the schools of Nursing and Engineering are included in annual rankings from 'U.S. News & World Report'
Urban policy
New Johns Hopkins report details plan for digital equity in Baltimore
Published Jan 25, 2021
A new 21st Century Cities Initiative report outlines steps to increase access to reliable high speed internet in cities with pronounced digital divides
Libraries announce spring service updates, reopening of some spaces
Published Jan 22, 2021
Libraries at Homewood campus, Peabody Institute will allow expanded access in the coming weeks with reduced hours, capacity
One year of tracking the COVID-19 pandemic
Published Jan 22, 2021
On Jan. 22, 2020, a civil and systems engineering professor and her graduate student created a coronavirus tracker map that would become the world's leading source for real-time pandemic data