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University leaders praise Supreme Court DACA decision
Published June 19, 2020
In 5-4 ruling, high court preserves protections for certain undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children
Hundreds protest police brutality, advocate for change
Published June 19, 2020
More than 200 join protest organized by JHU's Black Faculty and Staff Association to stand in solidarity against racism in policing and call for more black faculty and staff at the university
University news
JHU to close at noon on Juneteenth, providing time for reflection
Published June 17, 2020
Friday marks the 155th anniversary of the end of slavery in the United States
Research
36 early-career faculty members receive Catalyst Awards
Published June 17, 2020
Honorees representing all nine academic divisions and dozens of fields receive $75K each to support their work
Then it all changed
Published Summer 2020
In March, amid the early stages of a pandemic, Johns Hopkins leadership made a series of gut-wrenching decisions on the operations of the university that will have lasting effects. In a sense, it all started with a spectatorless basketball game. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
COVID-19
Henderson-Hopkins pivots to provide community support
Published June 15, 2020
The Baltimore K-8 school has offered virtual town halls, food drives, free laptops, and more to help support families and students during coronavirus pandemic
SAFETY+SECURITY
JHU will pause development of police department for at least two years
Published June 12, 2020
'We want Johns Hopkins to be part of the conversation about what is possible for our city and country in rethinking the appropriate boundaries and responsibilities of policing,' university and Medicine leaders say
Class of 2025
Hopkins moves to test-optional admissions for Class of 2025
Published June 12, 2020
Johns Hopkins has adopted a one-year test-optional policy for students applying for entry in the fall of 2021
Admissions
Hopkins expands resources for veterans
Published June 11, 2020
VetLink partnership will help veterans transitioning to higher education apply and enroll in undergraduate programs at JHU
JHU 2020 Planning
University to resume on-campus lab research
Published June 9, 2020
Faculty, staff, and graduate students in labs with approved reopening plans would be first non-essential personnel to return to university's campuses since mid-March