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Featured speaker
Romney: Rely on family, friendships
Published May 23, 2024
In Commencement address, longtime public servant encourages Class of 2024 to find 'stability and meaning … in friendships, in love, and in commitments'
President's Remarks
Daniels: Make small connections (and maybe get a dog)
Published May 23, 2024
In address to Class of 2024, he speaks about the importance of seeing others in full, finding common humanity
Senior speaker
'I already see legacies everywhere'
Published May 23, 2024
In remarks to the Class of 2024, senior Kristen Corlay Sanmiguel encourages graduates to embrace uncertainty, make an impact
Honorary degrees
Six influential leaders, artists recognized
Published May 23, 2024
JHU honors Renée Fleming, Maya Lin, Bill Miller, Mitt Romney, Janice Stein, and Stevie Wonder
Hopkins in D.C.
Funding for D.C.-based events and projects
Published May 21, 2024
Nexus Awards Program supports diverse range of programming, research, and teaching at the Hopkins Bloomberg Center at 555 Pennsylvania Ave.
Four to be inducted into Indispensable Role of Blacks at JHU
Published May 16, 2024
New inductees will be honored during a Juneteenth celebration event on June 21
University, protesters agree to end Homewood encampment
Published May 12, 2024
Student protesters agree to remove encampment on Sunday, May 12; university promises a timely review of divestment question and to conclude encampment-related student conduct proceedings
University leaders share update on Homewood campus encampment
Published May 10, 2024
A message to the Johns Hopkins University community from President Ron Daniels and Provost Ray Jayawardhana
Undergraduate admissions
JHU admits transfer students for fall
Published May 10, 2024
Community organizers, military veterans, and inventors among students invited to transfer to Hopkins
Faculty Honors
Lilliana Mason awarded Carnegie Fellowship
Published May 8, 2024
An associate professor of political science at the SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University, Mason is one of 28 scholars receiving grants of up to $200,000 to research political polarization
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