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Campus - Law - 22.11.2023
Does the U.S. still need affirmative action?
Does the U.S. still need affirmative action?

Health - Pharmacology - 21.11.2023
Studying the healing power of psychedelics
Studying the healing power of psychedelics
Johns Hopkins experts discuss the promise and pitfalls in studying the healing power of psychedelics JHU Congressional Briefing panelists explain how the controlled substances could transform mental

Health - 20.11.2023
Experts discuss toll of Middle East conflict
Experts discuss toll of Middle East conflict

Health - Economics - 20.11.2023
How AI can revolutionize health care

Pedagogy - Campus - 16.11.2023
Homewood Early Learning Center relocating to a new state-of-the-art facility
Homewood Early Learning Center relocating to a new state-of-the-art facility

Health - Economics - 16.11.2023
Leading health policy scholar joins JHU
Leading health policy scholar joins JHU

Health - History / Archeology - 15.11.2023
A path to authenticity

Health - Psychology - 15.11.2023
JHU hosts national conference on responding to mental health crises
JHU hosts national conference on responding to mental health crises

Sport - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
Most valuable program
Most valuable program

Health - Innovation - 12.11.2023
Senior named Rhodes Scholar
Senior named Rhodes Scholar

Pedagogy - Economics - 09.11.2023
The decline of the American dream
The decline of the American dream

Health - History / Archeology - 09.11.2023
Destined to put people back together
Destined to put people back together

Politics - 08.11.2023
Advocates release conservative principles for building trust in elections
Advocates release conservative principles for building trust in elections
Principles released with new Gallup poll that shows wide partisan gaps in electoral confidence Many conservative voters have lost trust in elections, but a team from Johns Hopkins University's SNF Agora Institute and the R Street Institute is working to restore it.

Politics - Economics - 08.11.2023
Is panda diplomacy over?
Is panda diplomacy over?

Health - Campus - 08.11.2023
Rachel Stevenson advocates for nursing education
Rachel Stevenson advocates for nursing education

Politics - 07.11.2023
Report: Political violence imperils U.S. democracy
Report: Political violence imperils U.S. democracy

Art and Design - Campus - 07.11.2023
Baltimore artists to inspire campus conversations
Baltimore artists to inspire campus conversations

Environment - Economics - 06.11.2023
Offshore wind project headwinds threaten Biden's clean energy goals
Offshore wind project headwinds threaten Biden’s clean energy goals

Campus - Politics - 06.11.2023
Senior seeks spot on school board
Senior seeks spot on school board

Computer Science - Innovation - 02.11.2023
New executive order regulating artificial intelligence
New executive order regulating artificial intelligence
Biden administration issues executive order regulating artificial intelligence Johns Hopkins cybersecurity expert Anton Dahbura discusses the sweeping order meant to harness the potential-and anticip

Health - Life Sciences - 01.11.2023
Fannie Gaston-Johansson Faculty of Excellence Program cluster award winners announced
Fannie Gaston-Johansson Faculty of Excellence Program cluster award winners announced

Linguistics / Literature - 30.10.2023
Hopkins Bloomberg Center launches Authors & Insights series

Music - Economics - 30.10.2023
Cutting through the distortion on musician hearing health
Cutting through the distortion on musician hearing health
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Kris Chesky talks about the musician-specific earplug industry and what might be done to improve how musicians and their teachers prevent noise-induced hearing loss

Health - History / Archeology - 25.10.2023
New name for Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
New name for Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health

Health - Psychology - 25.10.2023
A Place to Talk celebrates 40 years
A Place to Talk celebrates 40 years

Law - History / Archeology - 24.10.2023
Do guns belong in the hands of domestic abusers?
Do guns belong in the hands of domestic abusers?
Kelly Roskam of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions discusses a Supreme Court case that will decide if a federal law prohibiting possession of firearms by people subject to domestic violence protection orders is constitutional O n Nov.

Art and Design - History / Archeology - 23.10.2023
A virtual guide to art at Hopkins
A virtual guide to art at Hopkins
A new virtual guide to the extensive public art collection at Johns Hopkins More than 200 works of public art at Hopkins locations in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

Health - Politics - 20.10.2023
Humanitarian health in Gaza
Humanitarian health in Gaza
The humanitarian health effects of the Israel-Hamas war among Gaza civilians Frayed health care and an overwhelmed global humanitarian system imperils the health of civilians in Gaza, cautions Hopkin

Campus - 19.10.2023
President Daniels' dedication ceremony remarks
President Daniels’ dedication ceremony remarks

Campus - Music - 19.10.2023
A grand arrival on Pennsylvania Avenue
A grand arrival on Pennsylvania Avenue
A grand arrival for Johns Hopkins University on Pennsylvania Avenue Hundreds gather to celebrate and explore the new Hopkins Bloomberg Center in Washington, D.C.

Health - Psychology - 18.10.2023
Psychedelics pioneer Roland Griffiths dies at 77
Psychedelics pioneer Roland Griffiths dies at 77
Pioneering psychedelics researcher Roland Griffiths dies at 77 Founding director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research, Griffiths' work generated immense scientific i

History / Archeology - Earth Sciences - 17.10.2023
Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories named in honor of Florence Bascom
Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories named in honor of Florence Bascom

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 16.10.2023
Hopkins Dining partners with sustainable farmers
Hopkins Dining partners with sustainable farmers

Health - Law - 13.10.2023
The rules of war and human rights
The rules of war and human rights
The rules of war and human rights in the Israel-Gaza conflict Johns Hopkins human rights expert Len Rubenstein explains how laws governing war apply to health and human rights in the conflict In this

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 12.10.2023
Chronic absenteeism challenges schools
Chronic absenteeism challenges schools
In 2021-22, 66% of American students attended a school where at least one in five classmates missed four weeks of school, according to new analysis by Johns Hopkins researchers New data from the U&pe

Campus - History / Archeology - 11.10.2023
Name Review Board makes first de-naming recommendation
Name Review Board makes first de-naming recommendation

Health - Social Sciences - 11.10.2023
Seven from Hopkins elected to National Academy of Medicine
Seven from Hopkins elected to National Academy of Medicine

Career - 11.10.2023
Taming inflation in the U.S
Taming inflation in the U.S

Social Sciences - 10.10.2023
President Daniels shares message on violence in Israel and Gaza

Media - Physics - 10.10.2023
JHU group eyes science TV reboot
JHU group eyes science TV reboot
Johns Hopkins group eyes TV reboot to capture the wonder of science Inspired by a landmark Hopkins television show from the '40s and '50s and backed by a JHU Discovery Award, a small team wants to cr

Environment - Social Sciences - 09.10.2023
Climate change in black and white
Climate change in black and white

Health - Campus - 06.10.2023
Hopkins to launch new School of Government and Policy
Hopkins to launch new School of Government and Policy

Event - Art and Design - 06.10.2023
A new home in the nation's capital
A new home in the nation’s capital

Sport - Mathematics - 05.10.2023
Hopkins alums help O's take flight
Hopkins alums help O’s take flight

Environment - Chemistry - 04.10.2023
Jet fuel from plants
Jet fuel from plants
Greener skies ahead: Engineers piloting sustainable jet fuel project A joint project between the Whiting School, the University of Alabama, and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory aims to make the airline industry more sustainable through plant-based jet fuel Two researchers from the Whiting School of Engineering's Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering have teamed up with colleagues at The University of Alabama and Oak Ridge National

Innovation - Computer Science - 04.10.2023
A deep dive into AI
A deep dive into AI
Experts at Johns Hopkins University's AI-X Foundry Fall 2023 Symposium reveal the potential of artificial intelligence-and of the institution's unprecedented investment in data science and AI-to revo

Psychology - Health - 03.10.2023
Hannah Rose has spoken
Hannah Rose has spoken

Campus - 03.10.2023
JHU selects Stellic as universitywide student success, academic management, and degree audit system

Health - 02.10.2023
NIH adds people with disabilities to health disparity research
NIH adds people with disabilities to health disparity research

Administration - 29.09.2023
JHU prepared for government shutdown