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MS in Research Administration at 2017 SRA International Meeting

Research Administration at STA International

MS in Research Administration Program Director, Dr. Marianne Woods, and Jamiqua Johnson, Advanced Academic Programs Admissions Manager, are all set up at the Society of Research Administrators International Annual Meeting! The five-day event in Vancouver, Canada, brings together research administrators from across the globe to learn, share and transform ideas into solutions with more than 150 innovative learning sessions.

Career Planning Guide: Plan and Develop Future Career Path

Career Planning

The JHU Career Academies has begun a new initiative that will focus on building a career with network investments and industry partners: Career Planning Guide: Plan and Develop Your Future Career Path These resources are meant to focus career direction, identify personal and professional goals, and implement an action plan to accomplish these goals.

Museum Studies Faculty Member Bob Beatty Received the Outstanding Service Award

Bob Beatty

MA in Museum Studies faculty member Bob Beatty received the Outstanding Service Award from the Southeastern Museums Conference (SEMC). Initiated in 1999, the Outstanding Service to the Museum Profession Award recognizes a leader with 10 or more years of service in areas such as program organization and long term cultural development.

Museum Studies Alumna Amy Moorefield Named New Director for F&M’s Phillips Museum of Art

Amy Moorefield

MA in Museum Studies alumna Amy Moorefield has been appointed the new Director of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin and Marshall College. Amy Moorefield has nearly two decades of experience in not-for-profit and academic museums. Her scope of work ranges from curatorial, collections management and exhibitions to fundraising, educational programming, marketing, publications and professional read more…

A New Endeavor by Our Adjunct Mark Zaid, Esq.

Mark Zaid, Esq.

Hello Everyone, There has been quite a bit of coverage the last couple days of one of the endeavors of our adjunct Mark Zaid, who teaches “Legal Issues in Intelligence and National Security.” For those who haven’t seen the announcement of his new project Whistleblower Aid, of which he is co-founder, I pass on a read more…

Odyssey: MCAT Review in January 2018 Now Open for Registration

MCAT

Enroll Today Course Description The course was developed in close consultation with the Pre-Professional Advising Office at Johns Hopkins. It offers an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to the MCAT, using materials created by veteran instructors, the AAMC, and Examkrackers. The course is directed by Thomas Crain, Senior Lecturer at the Carey Business School who has directed MCAT read more…

Odyssey’s Director, Douglas Blackstone, Speaks with WBJC

Douglas Blackstone

Douglas Blackstone, Advanced Academic Programs’ Odyssey Director, speaks with WBJC’s Judith Krummeck about Fall 2017 course offerings. This fall semester, the Odyssey program at Johns Hopkins University is offering everything from a perspective on South Africa to the appropriate question, “What makes us curious?” with Mario Livio. Listen

Global Security Podcasts: An Interview with Dr. Meir Elran

Dr. Meir Elran

Studying Societal Resilience at Home and Abroad With the cleanup from Hurricane Harvey still in its early stages and with Hurricane Irma plowing its way through the Caribbean aimed at the continental United States, now is a good time to think about societal resilience. In this Global Security Podcast, Mark Stout talks with Dr. Meir read more…

“Develop a Skill or Feed Your Curiosity,” JHU HUB Publishes Article about Odyssey

Odyssey

“Develop a skill or feed your curiosity with Odyssey’s noncredit courses,” JHU HUB publishes an article about Odyssey, the Advanced Academic Programs’ noncredit liberal arts program aimed at lifelong learners. Please see the Fall 2017 semester Odyssey’s Course Catalog. Register now! Fall 2017 highlights include: Perspectives: Two Multi-Speaker Lecture Series (Click here) •  South Africa: The Rainbow read more…

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