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Nursing's Next Big Idea #WeGotThis video is a finalist for the 2020 Sharecare Awards; vote once a day from now until Jan. 31 to help... [Read More]
The deadline has been extended for faculty to submit candidates... [Read More]
Students learn about how correlation can be mistaken for causation and how to critique exaggerated claims in scientific reports... [Read More]
The conference invites promising Baltimore-area high school students in grades 9 to 11, and their families, to connect with Hopkins faculty, students, and staff... [Read More]
Alexander Kaplan, who served as a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering for almost three decades, died on Dec. 31 in Boca... [Read More]
You can sign up now to volunteer for Johns Hopkins' third annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Friday, Jan. 24. New this... [Read More]
This grant is an opportunity to develop effective school-based health solutions to address barriers to health and wellness access among underserved student populations... [Read More]
The Intuitive Computing Laboratory seeks participants ages 18-65 who have no physical impediments that prevent mobility or carrying/lifting weight... [Read More]
The work will be performed Friday, Jan. 17, and Monday, Jan. 20; pedestrians and vehicles will be directed around the work... [Read More]
Positions are currently available in our JHU Calling Center for the spring semester and beyond; job pays $11/hour... [Read More]
Schafer is one of the world's leading experts on structures designed from steel, and his research focuses on increasing the efficiency and safety of steel... [Read More]
The Whiting School jumped to No. 2 among online computer information technology programs and is No. 13 in rankings of online engineering programs. [Read More]
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