CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins University is offering a course this semester that will bring several former ambassadors to the Montgomery County Campus. “Global Diplomatic Hotspots,” a course spearheaded by Osher Program Coordinator Susan Howard, features former foreign service officers with extensive global experience in implementing U.S. foreign policies. Each week, a different foreign service officer will give a lecture.
CATEGORY: Academics, Research
Johns Hopkins University and MedImmune, one of the largest biotechnology companies in the region, have teamed up for an innovative, $6.5 million research collaboration, and eight students in the Master’s in Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship practicum are directly involved. They will be doing their practicum projects with MedImmune.
From implementing initiatives as simple as purchasing more recycled paper to as complicated as reducing carbon emissions, the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus has taken the university’s sustainability initiatives to heart.
The Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus partners with other divisions of the university and local organizations to offer summer programs for K-12 students and college students. Find a program that's right for you.
CATEGORY: Tenant News
Drs. Olivera and Nenad Markovic presented their research and recommendations regarding screening for cervical cancer at a January conference co-sponsored by the National Cancer Institute Center for Global Health.
CATEGORY: Tenant News
Opticul Diagnostics, a startup medical diagnostic device company, joined the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus in February.
Feb. 18: The campus opens on time today. Classes and events will proceed as scheduled.
The Montgomery County Campus will be open Saturday, Feb. 15. All classes and events will proceed as scheduled.
Feb. 14: Johns Hopkins University, including the Montgomery County Campus, will be closed Friday, Feb. 14. All daytime and evening classes and events are canceled.
Johns Hopkins University, including the Montgomery County Campus, will be closed Thursday, Feb. 13. All classes and events are canceled, including evening classes. A decision about Friday classes will be made Friday morning.