Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, was quoted in the article, Advocates worry for customers of tax offices flagged by Franchot. Taxpayers may be unaware that they used a barred tax preparer. “These corporations have figured out that this is a vulnerable population that’s about to come into a nice chunk of cash, read more…
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Dear Students, Many of you come to Johns Hopkins to participate in programs that intersect across multiple divisions and campuses across the university. To better support all students, the Johns Hopkins University non-academic Student Conduct Code has been integrated and updated to include all divisions with the exception of the School of Medicine. Up to read more…
MA in Writing faculty Rion Amilcar Scott has been named the winner of this year’s prestigious PEN/Bingham Prize for his short story collection Insurrections. The PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction honors an exceptionally talented fiction writer whose debut work — a novel or collection of short stories — represents distinguished literary achievement and suggests great read more…
Dr. Jerry Burgess, Director of the Environmental Sciences and Policy program, recently met with Maryland Senator Ben Cardin to discuss species conservation and the endangered species act. Senator Cardin stated his unequivocal support to the environment and articulated how fragile our environment is and how important it is to have assurance and laws to protect our read more…
Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, was quoted in the article, Is Trump Review Just Al Gore Reinventing Government 2.0? The story is written by John T. Bennett, Advanced Academics Programs’ MA in Global Security Studies program graduate. To read the entire article, click here.
Benjamin Ginsberg and Jennifer Bachner are going to be on the Lou Dobbs show on Fox national television during the 7:00-8:00 PM segment on Friday, March 10th, 2017. Lou Dobb is the host of Lou Dobbs Tonight, a program featuring a breakdown of the day’s top stories and how they impact the economy.
Our MA in Museum Studies students, who attended the San Diego two-week onsite seminar, collaborated with the Museum of Man in Balboa Park and Cuseum for a hands-on learning experience. One of their core projects focused on producing mobile content and thematic tours for visitors to the San Diego Museum of Man.
Advanced Academic Programs’ MA in Museum Studies student, Taliaferro Jones, has art work on view at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, in the exhibition “Into the Deep,” which was recently reviewed by The Daily World. “Into the Deep” Exhibition exploring water web page.
Gregory Gangnuss, a 1997 graduate of John Hopkins’ environmental science program, was presented the Air Force Civilian Award for Valor during a ceremony Feb. 22 for performing life-saving actions under perilous conditions. On October 11th, 2015, while on a voluntary deployment to Kabul, Afghanistan, Gangnuss heard the sound of a helicopter crash near the headquarters read more…
On February 22, 2017, scpr.org’s AirTalk featured Paul Weinstein, director of the MA in Public Management program, discussing whether AP classes adequately prepare students for college. Last year, nearly 3 million high school students took 4.7 million Advanced Placement (AP) exams around the world, a 5% increase from the previous cycle. Listen to this story (16 min 13 sec)
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