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Farmers Market Returns for Ninth Season at Johns Hopkins

CATEGORY: In The Community

The Shady Grove Farmers Market is returning for its ninth season at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.

Annual Research Symposium to Feature Keynote Address from NCI Scientist

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

National Cancer Institute scientist Barry O'Keefe will discuss the importance of natural products in drug discovery.

Tour de Cookie Returns to Hopkins for Fifth Year

CATEGORY: In The Community

The community’s sweetest bike ride is returning for its fifth year at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. On Saturday, May 4, the campus will be the starting and ending points for The Tree House Tour de Cookie, a bike ride designed to raise money for and awareness of child abuse in Montgomery County.

Health Science Intensive Programs Fosters Student Innovators

CATEGORY: Academics

Hopkins Happenings talked with two students about their big ideas in healthcare innovation.

High School Students Honored for Photography

CATEGORY: The Arts, K-12 Outreach

Six MCPS students took awards in the JHU Montgomery County Campus photography show. The theme was "curiosity."

Hopkins Staff Collects Bread to Donate to Interfaith Works

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Through a collaboration with King Arthur Flour and the City of Gaithersburg, Johns Hopkins University staff donated bread baked by Montgomery County Public School students.

Hopkins Graduate Programs Rank Among Nation's Best

CATEGORY: Academics

Public health, nursing, medicine, biomedical engineering maintain top positions and education, engineering programs move up in annual 'U.S. News' rankings of the Best Graduate Schools

Hopkins, City of Gaithersburg and King Arthur Flour Team Up to Raise Hunger Awareness

CATEGORY: In The Community

Hunger has no place in Gaithersburg. With that in mind, Johns Hopkins University, King Arthur Flour and the City of Gaithersburg have teamed up on an initiative to raise awareness of issues involving food insecurity.

Hopkins Professor Discusses Measles, Vaccines and Infectious Disease Course

CATEGORY: Academics

With fears about measles outbreaks spreading throughout our country, Hopkins Happenings interviewed Gregory Stewart, an adjunct professor for JHU’s Advanced Academic Programs Biotechnology Department. Stewart has taught microbiology, molecular biology and biochemistry at the university level for more than 20 years. He currently teaches Microbiology and Infectious Diseases at the Montgomery County Campus in the evenings.

Oasis Offers Spring Courses to Senior Citizens

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

The Oasis center has a full line up of spring semester courses for senior citizens at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. Register today!

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