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News: April 2016

Farmers Market, Other Spring Events Return to JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: In The Community

May is a busy month at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. Take a look at these upcoming events.

Phone & Games: New Summer Coding Camp for Middle Schoolers

CATEGORY: Academics, K-12 Outreach

This brand new, week-long summer course is for rising 7th, 8th and 9th graders who are interested in creating a mobile game app. Students will learn programming concepts, apply math concepts and practice the design process.

Leslie Ford Weber to Receive Chairman’s Award at the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce 57th Annual Dinner

CATEGORY: In The Community

Leslie Ford Weber, Director of Campus and Government and Community Affairs Montgomery County at Johns Hopkins University, will receive the Chairman’s Award at the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce 57th Annual Dinner.

Center for Biotechnology Showcases STEM Activities at National Festival

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Thousands of school-age children visited the Johns Hopkins University's Center for Biotechnology Education booth at the USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo. They dissected owl pellets, learned about acids and bases, and compared DNA sequences to determine which animals are related to one another.

Johns Hopkins Sustainability Report Shows Progress on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Goal

In advance of Earth Week, Johns Hopkins University's Office of Sustainability has released a sustainability report detailing progress to date in reducing the university's greenhouse gas emissions and sharing other key metrics and highlights on initiatives across all campuses.

MCPS High School Students Exhibit Works at Photography Show at JHU Campus

CATEGORY: The Arts, K-12 Outreach

Find out who took top honors in the high school photography contest.

Regulatory Science Degrees Help Researchers Think Outside the Lab

CATEGORY: Academics

The Washington Post takes a look at the value of regulatory science degrees and highlights the Johns Hopkins University program.

Ch. 5 - Science of Bread Baking

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Ch. 5 airs a story about the science of bread baking at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.

Program Cooks Up Lessons on Math, Science

CATEGORY: K-12 Outreach, In The Community

Baking bread is about more than mixing ingredients, kneading dough and cooking at the right temperature. It’s about math, science and reading too. That was the lesson fourth-graders learned in April from Johns Hopkins University and King Arthur Flour.