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News: January 2014

High School Art Show Captures a Moment in Time

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

A man examining his watch. A typhoon ravaging a town. A little girl running through the sprinklers. An empty swing. A football play. Dancing in the streets. These are some of the images Montgomery County high school students depicted when asked to come up with an art piece that fits the theme “a moment in time.”

Health IT: Patient Tools for Better Health

CATEGORY: In The Community

Mobile technology is transforming the way patients and doctors interact. That was the message conveyed by a panel of speakers at a Health IT Forum hosted at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus.

Michael R. Bloomberg Pledges to Boost Osher Campaign

Osher at JHU has a new benefactor: Former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg.

Campus Sponsors Gaithersburg Book Festival Short Story Contest

CATEGORY: In The Community

Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus is sponsoring the Gaithersburg Book Festival Short Story Contest. High school students who live in Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. are eligible to participate. The deadline for entries is Feb. 21.

Jan. 22: Campus Opens at Noon Today

The campus opens at noon today. Evening classes will be held as scheduled.

Jan. 21: Campus Closed Due to Weather

The campus is closed Jan. 21 due to weather.

Campus Launches New, Improved Website

Welcome to the new website of the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus! In January, after a year in the making, we launched our new website. Our goals were to make the new website more engaging, informative and useful.

Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus Brightens Holidays for RICA Students

CATEGORY: In The Community

For at least the past 15 years, staff members at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus have been brightening the holiday spirits of children at a special education school next door. This past holiday season was no exception.