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  • We recently caught up with some of our Fulbright 2018-2019 participants. See what they've been up to in places like Mongolia, Germany, and South Korea!

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  • Please join us in congratulating JHU junior Anthony Boutros on receiving the prestigious Truman Scholarship. One of only 62 students nationwide this year, Boutros is recognized for his commitment to public service. He has been an active supporter of equity and inclusion, on our campus and across Maryland.

    Congrats, Anthony! 👏

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  • What better way to welcome spring than with bold bursts of color? 🎨🙌

    Thanks to the JHU Hindu Students Council for helping students of all faiths celebrate the annual Holi festival this weekend.

    See more photos at hub.jhu.edu/2019/04/15/hopkins-holi

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  • Scientists from Johns Hopkins joined NASA and other U.S. institutions in studying twins Scott Kelly, who spent a year in space, and Mark Kelly, who stayed on Earth.

    Here are their findings:

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  • Among this year's Guggenheim Fellows are two JHU faculty members: Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Lawrence Jackson and Film and Media Studies lecturer Matt Porterfield.

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  • As the world becomes increasingly complex - in information, ideas, and challenges - we often find ourselves in silos with very little extending across the divide. This feels especially relevant when we consider our communities and politics today, as it often seems like there is more that separates rather than unites us. In such a time, the bold designs of those daring enough to assemble ideas in a novel way while reaching across disciplines give us a glimpse of what a more cohesive future could hold. Our theme for this year’s TEDxJHU event was developed with the goal to celebrate and showcase a group of remarkable individuals who have challenged conventions by weaving together pieces that embody their unique vision to improve the world we live in. By harnessing the power of collaboration and creating connections that have not traditionally existed, they have developed the solutions necessary to tackle the complicated issues of our time. Whether the work is focused locally in Baltimore city or globally, we hope this theme will serve a reflection of all that has been achieved by those who have discovered common threads buried in accepted thought and possessed the persistence to pull. By questioning the boundaries which have confined us for so long, we too can join as these innovators and trailblazers connect the dots.

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  • 📢 Calling all JHU alumni! 🎓 With commencement just around the corner, we want to hear YOUR advice for the Class of 2019.
    What do you wish you knew when you graduated? What have you learned in the years since you entered the working world?

    We'll share our favorite responses in an upcoming issue of Johns Hopkins Magazine!

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  • Through the Birth Companions program, nursing students train to become doulas. In the 20 years the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing has run the volunteer-based program, some 1,200 students have completed the course and helped with 2,300+ births in Baltimore and beyond.

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  • It's a beautiful day in the Blue Jay-borhood. 🌸🐦

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  • Since 1959, thousands of Johns Hopkins students have volunteered their time to tutor elementary schoolchildren across Baltimore, through the Johns Hopkins Tutorial Project. The program has shaped not only the academic success of the tutees, but also the lives and careers of the JHU students who participate.

    This Alumni Weekend, we celebrate the program’s 60th anniversary with a look back at how it came to be and continues to evolve.
    📰: hub.jhu.edu/2019/04/04/johns-hopkins-tutorial-project-60-year-anniversary

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  • JHU FORUMS ON RACE IN AMERICA

    Bridging Political Divides through Civil Discourse

    In our ever-polarized political climate, creating spaces for open and civil dialogue across the ideological spectrum is vital.

    The JHU Forums on Race in America series welcomes Vilma Martinez, the former Ambassador to Argentina, and Michael Steele, former chairperson of the Republican National Committee, for a talk about America's current political landscape.

    This event is part of Alumni Weekend programming and will be moderated by Johns Hopkins Alumni Association past president David Yaffe.

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  • Today Johns Hopkins welcomes Hahrie Han, a political scientist who comes to Baltimore from the University of California, Santa Barbara, to serve as the inaugural director of the SNF Agora Institute. With an expertise in studying how people participate in civic and political life, Professor Han will lead the institute in its goal of strengthening democracy by fostering civic engagement, inclusive dialogue, and the open exchange of ideas.

    Learn more about Professor Han and this critical new endeavor she will lead at Hopkins:

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  • Hopkins Retrospective is proud to partner with Professor Bill Leslie to host a panel discussion focused on women’s experiences at Johns Hopkins University. Panelists include a current undergraduate student, Sarah Coreas, a member of the first class of women undergraduates, Mindy Farber (Class of 1974), and distinguished women faculty from the schools of Arts and Sciences and Engineering, Dr. Beverly Wendland and Dr. Grace Brush. Sharing their experiences, the speakers will elaborate on what it has been like to enter into predominantly male spheres, how they have or have not seen change over time, and how they encourage other women at Hopkins. Join us as they offer recollections and commentary on the future of the university's support for women students and faculty.

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  • At 32, this Hopkins alumna became the youngest African-American woman elected to Congress, representing Illinois' 14th District in the most diverse House in American history.

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  • Incredible: For 70 years, graduates of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine have filled out an annual survey. Today, their information forms one of the world's longest and most detailed studies of health from 1948 to today.

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  • Hey, Hopkins students! Got ideas about the new Student Center? Join the Student Center Advisory Committee. Apply by April 8 to be considered for a spot on the committee.

    Learn more and apply here: http://bit.ly/StudentCenterCommittee

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  • The year was 1948, and Johns Hopkins had just launched its own TV science show. Here is its story.

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  • Let’s give a warm Blue Jay welcome to the great class of 2023. Here they come!

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  • Afternoon session -- 2 pm to 4:30 pm: This event is co-hosted by the Johns Hopkins University SNF Agora Institute and the Renew Democracy Initiative, featuring 20+ top journalists, policy professionals and academic experts coming together for an all-day conference at the Peabody Library in Baltimore's historic Mt. Vernon. Viewers can submit questions to the panel via this form: bit.ly/ask-your-question. For full event details, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reawakening-the-spirit-of-democracy-tickets-57208836169

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  • Morning session - 9 am - 12:30 pm:

    This event is co-hosted by the Johns Hopkins University SNF Agora Institute and the Renew Democracy Initiative, featuring 20+ top journalists, policy professionals and academic experts coming together for an all-day conference at the Peabody Library in Baltimore's historic Mt. Vernon. Viewers can submit questions to the panel via this form: bit.ly/ask-your-question. For full event details, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reawakening-the-spirit-of-democracy-tickets-57208836169

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  • Interested in going back to school for a graduate degree? Learn more about these programs here:

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  • Hey-yo! Hopkins students in the news for .... stand-up comedy?

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  • Do we blow it up or deflect it? It depends. These Hopkins experts and others have been studying -- and modeling -- these scenarios for years. Here's what the latest research shows:

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