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News: June 2015

New Cafe Operator Whips Up Food For Campus Diners

CATEGORY: Uncategorized, Featured, Tenant News

Craig Jordan takes over the cafe in the A&R Building in August. Look for a new menu coming soon.

Osher Instructor Gives Interview About Charleston Shootings

Daryl Davis, a musician and historian who teaches “Rock ‘n’ Roll, Race and Society” to Osher students and who performed at a fundraiser for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute last year, recently spoke to NBC-Washington about the mass shooting at a church in Charleston, S.C.

Summer Happenings at JHU Montgomery County Campus

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

Summer might be a little slow on campus but that doesn't mean learning comes to a halt. Retired adults, aspiring doctors, budding engineers and others are on campus, taking classes.

TissueGene Has New Leader at Helm

The new face on campus belongs to Bob Newman, the new chief operating officer at TissueGene. What’s he working on? Regenerating cartilage in arthritic knees.

Conquering Cancer

CATEGORY: In The Community

Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus was the site and a sponsor, for the second year in a row, of the American Cancer Society Relay for Life – Rockville event. It was a fundraiser that brought together hundreds of cancer survivors, their families, community members and others who wanted to show their support in the battle against this disease.