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Pursuing a Career in Digital Communications 2016 Seminar

Pursing a Career in Digital Communications 2016 Seminar

With author and AAP faculty member Mark Story Hosted by the Johns Hopkins University AAP Career Center June 11, 20169AM-12PM EST Our esteemed faculty Mark Story who also works at NCI, in partnership with Career Services will host a live seminar with simultaneous live webinar which will be recorded on Saturday, June 11th. This amazing read more…

MS in Applied Economics Has Been Ranked Nationally

Economics Affordable Colleges Online

Advanced Academic Programs’ Master of Science in Applied Economics has been ranked #2 in the nation by Affordable Colleges Online. Our program is one of the top and most affordable: Best Online Master’s in Economics Degrees for 2015-2016. This ranking has been complied through a value-based process.

Benelux Course – Photos and Feedback

Benelux Course Summer 2016

The Renewable Energy and Proactive Climate Change Policy in Benelux course (Summer, 2016) offered students a view of innovative energy ideas and concepts in Luxembourg and Rotterdam. The course also provided a brief visit near the EU with a discussion from Green Party advisors in Brussels. Eleven students participated in the course. The course instructors, read more…

JHU-RAPS Career Day Photos

The RAPS (Regulatory Affairs Professional Society) was hosted its Mid-Atlantic Regional Career Day on Saturday, May 21, on the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County campus in Rockville, MD. Johns Hopkins University was a sponsor of this event.  

“Budding Local Screenwriters Get Some Expert Advice”, Baltimore Sun Publishes Article about MA in Film and Media

MA in Film and Media

“Budding local screenwriters get some expert advice”, the Baltimore Sun publishes article about our MA in Film and Media program. The Narrative Feature Screenplay Lab is part of the Johns Hopkins Film Incubator, a mentorship program designed for budding filmmakers from Hopkins and the Baltimore area. It is funded through a $1 million grant from the Saul Zaentz read more…