CATEGORY: The Arts
Beginning April 7, Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus will feature the work of artist Jennifer Droblyen in an exhibit themed “sting.” The art show will be on display through May 30 at 9605 Medical Center Drive in Rockville. All art exhibits on campus are free and open to the public.
The trip was more than six months in the making yet over in just a few days. Seven Israeli students visited Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus for a week to study with their U.S.-based counterparts in their Technology Transfer and Commercialization course.
Arabic, a language spoken by approximately 300 million people worldwide, is an increasingly popular language to study. This summer, high school and undergraduate students can take beginning Arabic courses at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus.
CATEGORY: In The Community
Each year, Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus welcomes thousands of community residents, K-12 students and working professionals to campus. In the past year alone, we have hosted health IT forums, global trade forums, writing workshops for school-age children, a STEM symposium for high school students, computer program training sessions, NIH events, a biomedical symposium and more. We hope you’ll consider holding your next event or meeting here too.
UPDATED: Monday, March 17: The campus is closed today. All daytime classes and events are canceled. Classes scheduled to start 4 p.m. or later will be held.
Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education, which offers graduate coursework on the Montgomery County Campus, was ranked No. 1 among the nation’s graduate education programs by U.S. News & World Report.
UPDATE: The university is opening on time Tuesday, March 4. Classes and events will proceed as scheduled.