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News: August 2016

MDBio Foundation Serves Up Ice Cream, Science to Community at JHU

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

MDBio Foundation dished out ice cream and science lessons to the local community at its annual open house, held at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.

Students Encouraged to Let Their Imaginations Run Wild in Seventh Annual Gaithersburg Book Festival Short Story Contest

High school students are encouraged to participate in the Gaithersburg Book Festival Short Story Contest. JHU Montgomery County Campus awards the prizes.

Emergency Preparedness Fair Coming Up to Mark National Preparedness Month

Johns Hopkins University, the National Cancer Institute and several local and federal agencies team up to teach the community how to be ready for an emergency. The fair is Sept. 21.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital again ranked among nation's best by 'U.S. News'

CATEGORY: In The Community

Out of nearly 5,000 hospitals reviewed, The Johns Hopkins Hospital ranked No. 4 in the nation in the annual U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals list. Suburban Hospital ranked No. 11 in Maryland and No. 6 in the D.C. area.

LED Project Illuminates Campus, Saves Energy

The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus is looking a lot brighter these days. That’s because the campus has just swapped out nearly 2,000 fluorescent light fixtures for light-emitting diode technology, known commonly as LED lighting.

Office Spaces Available for Rent

CATEGORY: In The Community, Tenant News

The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus has office spaces for lease available immediately.

The Art of Science On Display at NIST Exhibit at JHU

CATEGORY: The Arts, In The Community

NIST, headquartered in Gaithersburg, is debuting in September an art exhibit at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus called “MICRO/MACRO.”