Survey for students: What do you want in library study/research space?
The Milton S. Eisenhower is now 50 years old. It remains one of the most utilized buildings on campus and serves as a traditional complement to the more modern 21st century Brody Learning Commons. The folks at Hopkins libraries are gathering information about what you want and need relating to MSE as a study space and research space in anticipation of a future library renovation project. Your responses to the survey linked below will help us better understand how you use MSE currently and how you would like to use the space in the future.
Fill out the Study Spaces and Research Spaces Survey Link here.
The survey will be open until Friday, April 17th.
On Wednesday, April 22, one respondent will be chosen at random to receive an iPad mini.
Details for 2015 graduation ceremonies now available
Faculty and students should mark their calendars for three important graduation ceremonies happening in May. Detailed information is available via specific links below.
- The Whiting School of Engineering and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences will hold their first PhD Hooding Ceremony from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20, in Shriver Hall. A reception on Wyman Quad will follow the ceremony. This new ceremony is recognition of the doctoral degree as the highest academic degree in a person’s course of study, and honors the years of hard work and creativity of our doctoral students. Details are available here.
- The Whiting School of Engineering will hold its Master’s Ceremony from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20, at Homewood Field. This ceremony honors all WSE Master’s graduates. Details are available here.
- The Johns Hopkins University-wide Commencement is set for 8:30 a.m. to noon on Thursday, May 21 on Homewood Field. Details are available here.
Faculty and students are reminded to attend the Graduation Fair at the Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins from 11 a.m. to 6 pm. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 9 through 11 to purchase academic regalia, caps and gowns, personalized graduation announcements and more. If you are unable to attend the Graduation Fair, you can order your cap and gown and personalized announcements online. The deadline to order caps and gowns is Saturday, April 11.
3/24: ICM hosts Computational Medicine Night
The Institute for Computational Medicine will host Computational Medicine Night at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24 in Hackerman Hall.
Through research presentations by ICM undergraduates, lab tours, poster presentations, and a panel discussion, Hopkins undergrads will learn about the array of research and academic opportunities available to them in this emerging field. Undergrads will also have the opportunity to mingle, over a casual dinner, with faculty, students and postdocs and to ask questions about the innovative research taking place in the Institute.
Students who plan to attend should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 16.
Questions may be directed to email@example.com or to Tifphany Cantey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3/3: ICM Distinguished Seminar Series presents “A Systems Biology Approach to Drug Development”
The Institute for Computational Medicine Distinguished Seminar Series 2015 presents ” A Systems Biology Approach to Drug Development” at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, in Shaffer Hall 101 on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus.
Birgit Schoeberl, Vice President of Discovery at Merrimack Pharmaceuticals, will be the speaker.
Refreshments will follow the lecture at 4 p.m.
Information on ICM seminars and links to previous talks can be found here.
3/5: E2SHI Annual Symposium “Innovations in managing climate risk”
The Johns Hopkins University Environment, Energy, Sustainability and Health Institute (E2SHI) will hold its annual symposium from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 5 in Feinstone Hall (E2030) on the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus, 615 N. Wolfe Street.
Titled “Innovations in managing climate risk: Reimagining humanitarian and development work,” the symposium will be an interactive session led by Pablo Suarez of the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, examining climate change and disaster response, and discussing how to connect science, policy, and practice.
RSVP by Saturday, Feb. 28 to attend.
2/3: ICM Distinguished Seminar Series presents “Sex, Drugs and Funky Rhythms”
The Institute for Computational Medicine’s Distinguished Seminar Series will present Colleen Clancy, professor of pharmacology at UC Davis School of Medicine, at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 3 in Mason Hall Auditorium.
The title of Clancy’s talk is “Sex, Drugs and Funky Rhythms.”
Refreshments will follow the seminar at 4 p.m.
For more information about the ICM series or to watch a webcast of the event, go to icm.jhu.edu/seminars
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