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News: August 2014

How to Use LinkedIn to Advance Your Career: Tips from Carey Business School

CATEGORY: Academics

Hopkins Happenings asked the Carey Business School to share with us the best ways to use LinkedIn. Here are the top 10 LinkedIn tips, as prepared by Carey’s Career Development Office.

Art Inspires Gaithersburg Book Festival Short Story Entries

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

Artwork presented at this year’s art show on the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus will serve as inspiration for high school students competing in the Gaithersburg Book Festival short story contest.

Rockville Science Center Relocates to JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community, Tenant News

The Rockville Science Center has relocated its administrative offices to Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus, spurring a new collaboration between the university and the science center that will bring more hands-on science programming to the community.

News Release: Rockville Science Center Relocates to JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: News Releases

News Release: Johns Hopkins University is embarking on a new collaboration with the Rockville Science Center. The university’s Montgomery County Campus will house the administrative offices of the Rockville Science Center while the RSC Board of Trustees works to establish a permanent home in the city of Rockville for the Center.

Examining Ebola

CATEGORY: Academics

Dr. Kristina Obom, director Advanced Academic Programs’s Center for Biotechnology Education, teaches a course called Emerging Infectious Diseases. The maladies addressed range from diseases that have reappeared in altered genetic forms, such as the influenza virus and the West Nile virus, to the lethal hemorrhagic fever caused by the Ebola virus.

Campus to Host TechBreakfast Series

CATEGORY: In The Community, Tenant News

Calling all techies and entrepreneurs: TechBreakfast, a monthly networking event that gives entrepreneurs a chance to showcase their work, is coming to Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus this fall.

Master of Liberal Arts Program Sets Course, Information Session Lineup

The Master of Liberal Arts program, which will begin offering courses at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus in January, has announced a lineup of information sessions and informal drop-in sessions.