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Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

Johns Hopkins University’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences recognized and celebrated its 2024 master’s program graduates—including those from more than 25 programs offered by the Advanced Academic Programs division—at the 2024 Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Master’s Graduation Ceremony on Monday, May 20.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    Johns Hopkins University’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences recognized and celebrated its 2024 master’s program graduates—including those from more than 25 programs offered by the Advanced Academic Programs division—at the 2024 Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Master’s Graduation Ceremony on Monday, May 20.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    The Johns Hopkins MA in Museum Studies and MA in Cultural Heritage Management programs will bring together industry thought leaders and the community on June 24, 2024, to explore the vital role museums play in supporting and sustaining democracy.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    The Johns Hopkins community and members of the public gathered on Thursday, April 11, 2024, for a screening of the documentary Invisible Nation, followed by a thought-provoking discussion with the film’s director and a panel of experts.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    Organizations—from multinational corporations to government agencies—can now provide their employees with the latest knowledge and capabilities through non-degree, non-credit custom programs offered by Johns Hopkins University’s Advanced Academic Programs.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    The February 15 community screening of the documentary Silver Dollar Road, hosted by the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences’ Advanced Academic Programs division, drew an engaged crowd and featured a thought-provoking panel discussion of the film’s central themes.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    Johns Hopkins University’s MA in Science Writing program and its partner, the Good Science Project, have awarded four $5,000 reporting grants for feature-length magazine articles on the funding and practice of science in the United States.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    With an eye toward improving science journalism—and science itself—Johns Hopkins University’s MA in Science Writing program has partnered with the Good Science Project to offer four $5,000 reporting grants.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation recently awarded its 2023 Maxar Scholarship for Diversity and Innovation in GEOINT to Jennifer Jun, an MS in Geospatial Intelligence student in Johns Hopkins University’s Advanced Academic Programs division.

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    Publisher Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs

    The Bryce Harlow Foundation recently selected three Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs students for 2023-2024 fellowships in recognition of their studies, work, and commitment to professional advocacy through government relations and lobbying.

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