Our higher education system must be radically changed at every level to ensure an equitable and safe future for Black scholars.
Events and Happenings
Are you tired of being home? Are you ready for a vacation? Well, look no further. Virtual tours and recordings of zoos, museums, parks and an active volcano are at your disposal, thanks to the internet.
Jun 10, 2020
Thank you very much for the opportunity to speak today. It’s a unique honor to be able to virtually address the School of Medicine graduates as we all watch from our homes. We’re graduating during a time when the public’s interest in biomedical science is unusually high, so I thought I’d share my perspective on […]
Jun 8, 2020
Partnering Toward Discovery went online for its April event on seasonal influenza and COVID-19, creating a space for students to share their research on influenza and for audience members to ask questions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Apr 27, 2020
Medical student Maria Fazal discusses ways for learners at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to help others during this time of need.
Apr 23, 2020
Each year, NASA Social hosts an event to hear the State of NASA Address, by Administrator Jim Bridenstine. As an attendee, Ph.D. candidate Carli Jones got a behind-the-scenes look at Goddard Spaceflight Center and learned about exciting upcoming missions and research.
Apr 15, 2020
Graduate school recruitment is never stress-free. But it can be made easier by focusing on the things that matter and not dwelling on the rest.
Mar 6, 2020
Global Threats to Public Health: Dr. Peter Hotez on Climate Change, Conflicts, Poverty and AntisciencePosted by Kristin Brig | Events and Happenings
In this year’s Hopkins Medicine Distinguished Speakers Series, Peter Hotez from Baylor College of Medicine in Texas spoke about the need to find new medicines for neglected tropical diseases and to confront familiar diseases that are growing worse each year thanks to climate change, global conflicts, poverty and antiscience movements.
Mar 3, 2020
A high-speed photograph of a bullet exploding through lipstick. A photomicrograph of dishwashing liquid and water. A scanning electron microscope video of genetically engineered T cells fighting lymphoblastic leukemia. What do all of these have in common? These are all images that have made the invisible visible.
Feb 7, 2020