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“Lights, camera, action: Johns Hopkins film program expands to new space”, JHU HUB publishes an article about our MA in Film & Media program.
On August 26, 2015 CNN.com featured Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, discussing why we need the 3-year college degree.
William McNulty, 2007 MA in Government Program graduate, co-founder & CEO at Team Rubicon Global, has been included in the first cohort of 60 Presidential Leadership 2015 Scholars. Here is the video, in which William’s project, building veterans’ global service organization to serve through disaster response, is featured as one of the personal leadership projects of read more…
Student authors: Bobby Johnson II and Sonali Brahmbhatt Faculty: Dr. Dale Medearis, Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins, and Dr. Dorothea Wolfson Photo credits: Sonali Brahmbhatt Faculty members, Dr. Dale Medearis, Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins, and Dr. Dorothea Wolfson, and twelve students and from the Johns Hopkins’ Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Advanced Academic Programs, traveled to read more…
Peter Hunsberger, 2013 MS in Applied Economics Program graduate, has published his research project in the Journal of Sports Economics
Peter completed his independent research course for the Applied Economics program during the Fall 2013 semester. What is a Blue Chip Recruit Worth? Estimating the Marginal Revenue Product of College Football Quarterbacks
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Johns Hopkins University Responds to Food Safety Modernization Act with new Master of Science degree in Food Safety Regulation
Written by: Thomas Colonna, PhD, JD and Lynn Langer, PhD, MBA We all need to eat and most of us in the US assume our food is safe to eat. However, according to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports, about 15 percent of food that Americans eat comes from abroad, more than double the amount read more…
Land Use and Land Cover Semantics: Principles, Best Practices, and Prospects Features Discusses the theory and foundations of categorization, metadata, ontology, content analysis, and more Provides a synthesis of ongoing research in the area of LULC semantics Includes use cases from applying semantics in searches, LULC classification, spatial analysis, and visualization Summary Explore the Important read more…
I presented my capstone project at the Council of Geographic Names Authorities (COGNA) 2015 national conference (http://cogna50usa.org/) that was being held here in Anchorage, AK. I was able to have my wife Lisa Wade, who is a Chickaloon Native Village Council Member and the Director of Education at the Ya Ne Dah Ah Tribal School read more…
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