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Johns Hopkins Magazine Publishes Q&A with Elise Levine

Elise Levine

Elise Levine, the program director of the AAP’s MA in Writing program uses cave diving as an exploration of grief in her arresting new novel, Blue Field. Johns Hopkins Magazine caught up with Elise Levine to talk about music, blue as recurring motif, and the “existential humor” of Joy Williams. Read More

Odyssey Fall 2017 Course Catalog Available Now

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See the PDF of our Course Catalog for the Fall 2017 semester. Register now! Fall 2017 highlights include: Perspectives: Two Multi-Speaker Lecture Series (Click here) •  South Africa: The Rainbow Nation? •  Mini-Med School: Aging Well-What We Can Learn from Preventive Medicine All-Day Saturday Program: From Socrates to Plato with Ori Soltes (Click here) Four Great Sonatas (Click here) read more…

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins Publishes New Book

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins has just published an exciting new book in the field of Urban Agriculture (UA). The book opens with an introductory chapter (WinklerPrins) defining urban agriculture and discussing how the topic has been differentially treated around the world, comparing and contrasting UA between the Global North and South. Check it out: Global Urban read more…

Dr. Rebecca M. Brown Publishes New Book

Dr. Rebecca Brown

Congratulations to Dr. Rebecca M. Brown, Associate Professor in the History of Art and Chair of AAP’s Museum Studies and Cultural Heritage Management programs, on the publication of her newest book, Displaying Time: The Many Temporalities of the Festival of India (University of Washington Press, 2017).

Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS) Career Day 2017

RAPS (Regulatory Affairs Professional Society)

On Saturday, May 13, 2017, AAP students and regulatory professionals experienced an informative, engaging, opportunity filled career day at the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS) Mid-Atlantic Region Career Day 2017. Participants were able to meet directly with employers as well as attend multiple career development sessions on our Rockville campus. Associate Program Director Tom Colonna read more…

Paul Weinstein’s Article on How CEOs Could Help Pay for Tax Reform

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, publishes a new article in The Hill: How CEOs could help pay for tax reform. When Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act, it included a requirement that U.S. companies annually report the ratio between their CEO and median worker pay. This modest provision takes effect this year, but read more…

Mark Stout Quoted in Popular Mechanics

Dr. Mark Stout

Dr. Mark Stout, Program Director of the MA in Global Security Studies, Certificate in Science, Technology and National Security, and the Certificate in Intelligence, was quoted in the article, How Many Spies Are Currently Living in the U.S.? To read the entire Popular Mechanics article, click here.

Paul Weinstein Quoted at CNBC

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, was quoted in the article, Study up: Scoring AP credit for college isn’t easy. More than 2.7 million students will take AP exams in May 2017. “There’s no guarantee they’ll receive credit for their AP scores,” said Paul Weinstein. In September 2016, Weinstein assessed policies of the read more…

Film and Media Program Shines During NYC Event

Film and Media Program Shines During NYC Event

The MA in Film and Media program recently held its first educational mix and mingle event for prospective students to correspond with the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. After being treated to lunch, participants were able to explore the Harbor Picture Company, an active studio that most recently facilitated post-production work in the read more…