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Middle School Students Hone Their Science, Math Skills in Pipette Exercise

CATEGORY: Academics, K-12 Outreach, In The Community

JHU and MDBio staff taught students at Briggs Chaney and Benjamin Banneker middle schools how to use a micropipette in preparation for a field trip they are taking to campus in November.

Inclement Weather: How to Find Out Whether Campus is Open

Call the weather line or visit our social media accounts.

First-Generation Student Alexandra Vick

CATEGORY: Academics

Q&A with first-generation college student Alexandra Vick.

Meet the First-Generation Students in the Health Science Intensive Program

CATEGORY: Academics

Meet three students who decided to share their stories of navigating college and post-graduate work as first-generation students.

First-Generation Student Brandon Brizuela

CATEGORY: Academics

Q&A with first-generation college student Brandon Brizuela.

First-Generation Student Joanna Marie Hilao

CATEGORY: Academics

Q&A with first-generation college student Joanna Marie Hilao.

Johns Hopkins to name research building in honor of Henrietta Lacks

CATEGORY: Academics, Research, In The Community

Her HeLa cell line has been critical to numerous medical breakthroughs; her story has inspired important discussions of bioethics, patients' rights

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Launches Partnership with Olney Theater Center

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

The new partnership gives Osher members a chance to learn about the behind-the-scenes workings of a theater.

New Art Exhibits on Display

CATEGORY: The Arts

Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus is featuring the works of two local artists in an exhibit that will be on display until mid-November at 9605 Medical Center Drive in Rockville. All art exhibits are free and open to the public. Mishka Jaeger's exhibit is called “Illustration Really.” Olga Bauer’s exhibit is called “Awakening.” Each brings her own viewpoint to her creative endeavors.

Oasis Offers Fall Courses to Senior Citizens

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

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

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