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Public safety bill would allow JHU to set up police department
Published Feb 6, 2019
Introduction of legislation in Annapolis follows months of community conversations and research about safety on and around JHU's Baltimore campuses
International Affairs
SAIS launches new doctoral program
Published Feb 4, 2019
Doctor of International Affairs degree provides practical experience for professionals, can be completed in two to three years
Homewood Museum embraces a more inclusive history
Published Feb 1, 2019
New guided tour includes a focus on the lives of two enslaved families who lived and worked there: the Connors and the Rosses
Search committee formed to identify next Carey Business School dean
Published Jan 28, 2019
18-person group led by Provost Sunil Kumar charged with helping to find Bernard Ferrari's successor
Milestones: February 2019
Published Jan 28, 2019
Find out who's celebrating a milestone anniversary with the university this month
Director for Student Disability Services named
Published Jan 28, 2019
Catherine Axe, who joins JHU from Brown on March 11, will oversee accommodation needs for students, provide guidance for disability coordinators
Jim Margraff | 1960-2019
Hundreds gather to honor Margraff's memory
Published Jan 28, 2019 Photos
About 1,500 former players, friends, family members, coworkers, and others attend Homewood campus memorial service for JHU's late football coach
MLK Day of Service
Volunteers serve in Baltimore and beyond
Published Jan 25, 2019 Photos
Members of Hopkins community assist local nonprofits for second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
Johns Hopkins to acquire Newseum building
Published Jan 25, 2019
University to purchase property at 555 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C., plans a consolidated home for all of its D.C.-based graduate programs
Jim Margraff | 1960-2019
A lasting legacy
Published Jan 24, 2019
Coach Jim Margraff was known on campus for his winning record and long tenure with the football team. But for his players, co-workers and friends, his legacy extends far beyond the football field.