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News: October 2016

Pursuing New Frontiers

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

Seventh-grade students visited Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus for a day of lab visits and hands-on science.

WHAG: Nearly 500 students attend Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day

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

WHAG covered Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day.

Students Dedicate Themselves to Nurturing a Fit Community

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

A group of students in the Health Science Intensive program is trying to leave a mark by educating the community about nutrition and fitness.

Malaria Research Institute to Hold Conference at Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

The Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute Future of Malaria Research Symposium focuses on presentations by young scientists and emerging leaders in all areas of malaria research. Hopkins Happenings asked two of the students involved in the symposium to discuss malaria.

New Art Exhibit Seeks to Invoke Memories

CATEGORY: The Arts, Tenant News

The paintings of local artist Lori Anne Boocks will be on display at the 9605 Medical Center Drive building (Building III) starting Nov. 15.

Leslie Ford Weber on Executive Leaders Radio

Leslie Ford Weber was interviewed by Executive Leaders Radio. She is director of campus, government and community affairs, Montgomery County, for Johns Hopkins.