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News: In The Community

Sweetest Bike Ride Raises Money for Child Abuse Victims

CATEGORY: In The Community

The JHU Montgomery County Campus sponsored the Tree House Tour de Cookie, an event to raise awareness of child abuse in our community.

Baking for a Good Cause

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Hundreds of local elementary school students ate their homework -- and helped the community at the same time. Fourth- and fifth-graders from four elementary schools baked bread at home, putting to use the techniques they learned during a recent visit to the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. Students were from Stedwick, Georgian Forest and Whetstone elementary schools, as well as the German International School.

Q&A With Jon Rowley of RoosterBio

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

On May 8, Jon Rowley, founder and chief technology officer of RoosterBio, will deliver a keynote address entitled, “Why Stem Cell Manufacturing Matters: How Cell Therapy Manufacturing Innovations are Laying the Foundation for a Sustainable Regenerative Medicine Revolution.”

Center for Biotechnology Education Inspires Next Generation at Science Fest

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Thousands of school-age children attended the USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo. At the JHU Center for Biotechnology Education booth, children dissected owl pellets and learned about ultraviolet radiation.

Biotechnology Students Organize 'Last Lecture' Series

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

Students line up speakers from JHU Biotechnology; Osher Lifelong Learning Institute; and the National Cancer Institute to deliver 15-minute lectures about topics that matter most to them. The event is April 13.

Kenneth Feinberg, 'Master of Disaster', Discusses Victim Compensation Funds with Oasis

CATEGORY: In The Community

Bethesda resident Kenneth Feinberg is the attorney who is often called in to administer victim compensation funds. He recently spoke to an Oasis class.

Osher Members to Hear from Top Medical Professionals

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

Osher, a program for senior citizens offered at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus, will feature medical experts from the local community, including doctors from Suburban Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

New Parking Rules on Campus

CATEGORY: Construction on Campus, In The Community

Site work began in February on a new building located on the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. The project permanently will effect on-campus parking. Learn about the new parking rules.

Partnering with Industry for Better Education in Drug Discovery

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

The Johns Hopkins-MedImmune Scholars Program, believed to be a first-of-its-kind training program between a major university and a biopharmaceutical company in the United States, enables students to learn firsthand the process and challenges of drug discovery and development while still earning a traditional Ph.D. Research projects, managed by mentors at Johns Hopkins and MedImmune, may be conducted at both locations.

High School Art Show Inspires Transitions

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

The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus held an art show featuring the works of MCPS high school students.

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