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Online education
JHU class among Coursera's most popular
Published Aug 16, 2019
Psychological First Aid, which teaches participants how to respond to mental health needs in emergency situations, recognized for high enrollment, completion rate
Summer Jobs Program celebrates 25 years
Published Aug 12, 2019
This summer, the university and health system hired a record-breaking 480 students from Baltimore for jobs at more than 200 sites
Joy Gaslevic named interim vice provost for institutional equity
Published Aug 7, 2019
She has served as university's assistant vice provost and Title IX coordinator since joining Johns Hopkins in June 2016
Student affairs, athletics announce changes in leadership
Published Aug 6, 2019
Three university leaders will take on new roles as the university devotes new resources to student health and well-being
APL included among the world's best workplaces for innovators
Published Aug 6, 2019
'Fast Company' recognizes the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab for supporting experimentation, prototyping, and interdisciplinary collaboration
In memoriam
Corbin Gwaltney, founding editor of 'Johns Hopkins Magazine,' dies at 97
Published July 31, 2019
1943 Hopkins graduate was a pioneering editor who redefined the university magazine in the 1950s, later founded 'The Chronicle of Higher Education'
Two JHU researchers earn PECASE honor
Published July 31, 2019
Health economist Darrell Gaskin, biomolecular engineer Rebecca Schulman recognized for exceptional promise for leadership in science and technology
Center for Talented Youth
Free program keeps kids learning all summer long
Published July 31, 2019
Elementary school students write code, create superheroes, learn about numbers, and more in Emerging Scholars Summer Program
U.S. News rankings
Johns Hopkins Hospital ranked No. 3 nationally
Published July 30, 2019
The hospital ranks No. 1 overall in Maryland, among nation's top 10 in 12 specialty areas in new 'U.S. News' rankings
In memoriam
Psychometrics expert Bert Green dies at 91
Published July 25, 2019
He spent nearly three decades at Hopkins, where his research focused on developing adaptive, computer-based tests for measuring mental capacity
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