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What we know and don't know about coronavirus
Published Jan 22, 2020
Tom Inglesby, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, discusses the health interventions that work on a global scale to contain an emerging disease like coronavirus
Daniels discusses how colleges can better support liberal democracy
Published Jan 10, 2020
Universities play a vital role in fostering democracy and educating citizens, he says, yet many have failed in these essential responsibilities in recent years
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Barbara Mikulski reflects on 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment
Published Jan 10, 2020
The women's suffrage movement was a 'scrappy, hard-won fight,' but it was not without its flaws, says the former U.S. senator, who is now a Homewood Professor of Public Policy at JHU
SNF Agora Institute
Collective action in divided times
Published Jan 10, 2020
SNF Agora Institute hosts conference in partnership with Cincinnati megachurch to explore issues of civic engagement, democratic participation
Commentary
Suleimani assassination 'pulverizes' U.S. influence in Middle East
Published Jan 6, 2020
JHU experts on the Middle East, international relations, and political science discuss the role Qassim Suleimani played in Iran's military and the potential fallout from his assassination by U.S. drone strike
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What is CBD and what are its health benefits?
Published Jan 3, 2020
Hopkins expert Ryan Vandrey discusses the 'cure-all' myths associated with the drug and findings from his recent studies of cannabidiol
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Examining clinician burnout in health industries
Published Dec 26, 2019
Cynda Hylton Rushton shares insights about the issues that contribute to the burnout of health care providers
Commentary
Contemporary politics hearken to past threats to U.S. democracy
Published Dec 20, 2019
Political scientist Robert Lieberman says the political conditions that have threatened democracy in the past are alive and well today
All this is hers
Published Winter 2019
After years of wandering, author Jami Attenberg, A&S '93, has settled into success in the Big Easy / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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Talking with Anand Pandian
Published Winter 2019
The professor of anthropology discusses his new book 'A Possible Anthropology,' which takes an expansive look at the field and a world of clashing values unfolding before our eyes / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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