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Cultural Heritage Management Podcasts: Kaitlyn Kingsland

Our most recent podcast: Episode 20-06 Archaeogaming: The Archaeology of and in Gaming An interview with Kaitlyn Kingsland We welcome Kaitlyn Kingsland, for a conversation about Archaeogaming. Kaitlyn is a doctoral student at the University of South Florida and a researcher at the Institute for Digital Exploration or iDEx. Her work focuses on 3D and digital read more…

Odyssey Spring 2020 Course Catalog Available Now

Odyssey non-credit liberal arts program

  See the PDF of our Course Catalog for the Spring 2020 semester. Spring 2020 Highlights Spring 2020 Highlights Include: Special Event Lecture American Eugenics – From Long Island to Auschwitz with Edwin Black Click here Perspectives: Multi-Speaker Lecture Series Click here Preserving the World’s Art Treasures? coordinated by Gary Vikan Click here Hitler’s American Models: read more…

Alum Kasey Pipes Back at JHU to Discuss Book on Nixon

Alum Kasey Pipes Back at JHU to Discuss Book on Nixon

Kasey Pipes (MA in Government ’99) returned to the JHU Center for Advanced Governmental Studies to discuss his latest book publication: After the Fall: The Remarkable Comeback of Richard Nixon (Regnery History: 2019). Kasey has made a major contribution in this area of Nixon scholarship as there have been very few books that have dealt read more…

Paul Weinstein’s Recent Work on Boosting Economic Prospects for Families

Paul Weinstein, Director of MA in Public Management

Paul Weinstein, Program Director of the MA in Public Management Program, writes in a recent piece with Arielle Kane about options for supporting the economic wellbeing of working families. “Instead of spending more through the tax code or government programs, policymakers need to ensure that existing subsidies are not simply being passed through to third read more…

Drs. Jennifer Bachner and Sarah O’Byrne Publish Article on Teaching Quantitative Methods

Drs. Jennifer Bachner and Sarah O'Byrne

Dr. Jennifer Bachner (Director, Government Analytics) and Dr. Sarah O’Byrne (Coordinator, Center for Advanced Governmental Studies) have published the article “Teaching Quantitative Skills in Online Courses: Today’s Key Areas of Focus and Effective Learning Tools” in the Journal of Political Science Education. Abstract: At both the undergraduate and graduate level, an increasing number of students read more…

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

MCAT

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: jerry.burgess@jhu.edu Office: (202) 580-7562 Jennifer da Rosa, Ed.D. Program Coordinator for Energy and Environmental Programs Johns Hopkins read more…

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