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Osher Collects Food, Money for Manna

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

Members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute continued their annual holiday season food and money drive for Manna Food Center.

New AAP Associate Dean Announced

CATEGORY: Academics

Dean Beverly Wendland has announced that Veronica Donahue, a noted leader in continuing education, has been appointed associate dean for the Advanced Academic Programs.

Q&A with Arist Sherill Anne Gross

The work of artist Sherill Anne Gross is on display at the JHU Montgomery County Campus.

Students Explore Frontiers of Science

CATEGORY: Academics, K-12 Outreach

Seventh-grade students from Briggs Chaney and Benjamin Banneker middle schools were scientists for a day at JHU and nearby labs.

Young Scientists Organize, Attend Malaria Conference at Johns Hopkins

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

At the end of October, approximately 150 young scientists gathered at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus for the annual Future of Malaria Research Symposium.

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.

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