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Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Elizabeth Galvin

Elizabeth Galvin, Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts

Our most recent podcast: Episode 19-05 Born Digital: Rock Art at the British Museum An interview with Elizabeth Galvin Join us for a conversation with anthropologist and digital humanities specialist, Elizabeth Galvin, as she shares with us her previous work at the British Museum as the project manager and leader of a major digital research project read more…

Odyssey: MCAT Review in January 2020 Now Open for Registration


Enroll Today Course Description The Odyssey Program will be offering an MCAT Review course during the January 2020 Intersession. Familiarizing yourself with the MCAT under professional guidance makes it less intimidating and builds confidence! This course was developed in close consultation with the Pre-Professional Advising Office at Johns Hopkins. It offers an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to read more…

Environmental Sciences and Policy Newsletter Summer 2019, Issue 3

The Hopkins Environmental

Summer 2019, Issue 3 Jerry L. Burgess, Ph.D. Director for the Environmental Science and Policy and GIS Programs Johns Hopkins University 1717 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Suite 104U Washington D.C. 20036 Follow us on Facebook – JHU Environmental Programs Email: Office: (202) 580-7562 Jennifer da Rosa, Ed.D. Program Coordinator for Energy and Environmental Programs Johns Hopkins read more…

Healthcare, Innovation, and Social Entrepreneurship Launches at Health Science Intensive Program

Healthcare, Innovation, and Social Entrepreneurship Launches at Health Science Intensive Program

Healthcare, innovation, and social entrepreneurship launches at Johns Hopkins Biotechnology Health Science Intensive program; Zuri Obado, program advisor and Philip Harding, Harvard graduate and co-founder of IMPACTJUNKIE build efforts in Guatemala Healthcare innovation is a big need for development in underserved communities around the world. Access to healthcare requires some of the best innovators to read more…

Odyssey Fall 2019 Course Catalog Available Now

Odyssey non-credit liberal arts program

See the PDF of our Course Catalog for the Fall 2019 semester. Fall 2019 Highlights Perspectives: Multi-Speaker Lecture Series, including: ◦ The World Refugee Crisis featuring Ruben Chandrasekar and 4 other speakers ◦ Mini-Med School: Diabetes Head to Toe, Rita R. Kalyani, MD, MHS (Coordinator) The World Refugee Crisis featuring Ruben Chandrasekar and 4 other read more…

Members Running for POTUS, Impeachment, and Congressional Reform with Richard Skinner

MA in Government

Political scientist and award-winning precinct captain Richard Skinner discussed the large field of congressional POTUS candidates, the politics of impeachment in the House, and current issues in congressional reform. Please listen on the Episode Website (00:57:14) Congress, Two Beers In: Government Affairs Institute’s Senior Fellows discuss current congressional politics.

2019 Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Graduation Ceremony

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Graduation Ceremony

The Johns Hopkins University is delighted to provide recording of the 2019 Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Graduation Ceremony. Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Master’s Ceremony for Part-Time and Full-Time Degree Candidates Ceremony Commencement Speaker – Rosalie Silberman Abella Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Royal Farms Arena Baltimore, Maryland Graduation Ceremonies Archive

Paul Weinstein Quoted in The Sacramento Bee

Paul Weinstein, Director of MA in Public Management

Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, was quoted in the article, Marijuana is a billion-dollar industry and bankers want in on it, survey says. Paul Weinstein, said that he was both “sort of surprised and not surprised” by the findings. “Bankers are a fairly conservative lot,” he said. “But at the same read more…

MA in Museum Studies Faculty Kris Nesbitt Received the John Cotton Dana Award

Kris Nesbitt

Kris Nesbitt, one of our MA in Museum Studies faculty, received the John Cotton Dana Award for Leadership from the American Library Association. Kris’s work is at the intersection of leadership and education while engaging with the critical needs of all communities–accessibility and inclusion. While Kris’s work has been celebrated and acknowledged publicly, and she read more…

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