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Interview with Taylor Hahn, Director of the Master of Arts in Communication Program

Taylor Hahn

Master’s in Communications.com Interview with Taylor Hahn, Ph.D. – Director of the Master of Arts in Communication Program at Johns Hopkins University Taylor Hahn is the Director of the Master of Arts in Communication program at Johns Hopkins University. As Director, he oversees all aspects of the program, including curriculum development, instructor oversight, student advising, enrollment read more…

Bears Ears and the Future of Our National Monuments

Bear Ears and the Future of Our National Monuments

The Cultural Heritage Management Graduate Program of Advanced Academic Programs, Johns Hopkins University presents a panel of expert voices to discuss the December 2017 reduction of Bears Ears National Monument and consider what this means for the future of heritage preservation in the United States. Panel Participants include: Willie Grayeyes, Chairman of Utah Diné Bikéyah read more…

New Concentration in Regenerative and Stem Cell Technologies

Regenerative and Stem Cell Technologies Concentration

Author: Ellen Poltilove Johns Hopkins University is launching a new concentration in Regenerative and Stem Cell Technologies within the Master of Science in Biotechnology. Students will become knowledgeable about areas including regenerative medicine, cell therapy, gene therapy and tissue engineering. The concentration will be offered through the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Advanced Academic Programs. Most read more…

The DNA of Geospatial Intelligence at Johns Hopkins

Geospatial Intelligence

A closer look at the Johns Hopkins University Geospatial Intelligence Program By Jack O’Connor According to a television commercial I see frequently, it is now possible to map our internal geospatial history. You submit your DNA sample to different companies and learn the geographic origins of your individual genetic code.  The combination of geospatial intelligence and read more…

Shawn Ghuman Wins PR Week’s “Best for a Cause” Award

PR Week

Shawn S. Ghuman, AAP MA in Communication adjunct faculty and Communications Director of the National Sikh Campaign (NSC), recently won the 2018 PR Week “Best for a Cause” Award for NSC’s We Are Sikhs campaign in 2017. This category recognizes the premier marketing communications cause showing a tangible, worthwhile benefit to a specific community and is read more…

Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Lisa Craig

Lisa Craig

Heritage Unbounded: Explore Global Heritage Issues, No Borders, Just Microphones Our most recent podcast: Episode 18-02 Climate Change and Heritage: Planning for the Future An interview with Lisa Craig Climate change — extreme weather and rising sea levels — demands a forward-thinking approach to heritage preservation. Join us as we talk with Lisa Craig of read more…

Acclaimed Author Jeffrey J. Selingo Announced as John Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Masters Ceremony Speaker

Jeffrey J. Selingo

Over 450 graduates to attend May ceremony Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences is honored to announce that acclaimed author and Hopkins alum Jeffrey J. Selingo will speak at its 2018 Master’s Degree Graduation Ceremony on May 23. “We are thrilled to welcome such an accomplished author to celebrate commencement with us this read more…

Mark Zaid on The 1A on NPR

Mark Zaid, Esq.

The Center for Advanced Governmental Studies faculty member Mark Zaid was recently one of two featured guests on the NPR’s 1A radio show talking about security clearance processes. Listen > Mark teaches Legal Issues in Intelligence and National Security course for our Certificate in Intelligence program.

Dr. Mark Stout in War on the Rocks

Dr. Mark Stout

Dr. Stout’s article The National Security Case For Immigration: How Immigrants And Minorities Have Boosted U.S. Hard Power was published in War on the Rocks. Dr. Mark Stout, is the Program Director of the of the MA in Global Security Studies, Certificate in Science, Technology and National Security, and the Certificate in Intelligence.

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