Dr. Roza Selimyan’s mission is to help students in the Health Science Intensive program tap their potential as they strive to reach the next step on their career path: medical school.
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In only seven minutes, Israel Gannot had to explain the medical device he has been developing for several years. That’s the format of TechBreakfast, an event that brings together entrepreneurs, businesspeople, tech enthusiasts, economic development experts, scientists and others for show-and-tell presentations.
The Washington Business Journal interviewed Leslie Ford Weber, JHU's director of the Montgomery County Campus and of government and community affairs for Montgomery County.
Michael Dirda is a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist for the Washington Post. He recently gave a guest lecture to the Development of Detective Fiction class, offered by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Dirda spoke about detective writing and serial fiction, focusing on his fascination with Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes.
December can still be a productive month for job seekers. Jenny Eddinger, the disability and career services counselor for the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, offers these tips to students and professionals who are seeking their next job.