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The 3rd Annual Gary Laben Lecture has been postponed

March 6, 2020

Per the guidelines announced by President Daniels on March 10, the Center for Leadership Education plans to reschedule the 3rd Annual Gary Laben Lecture, originally set to take place on Friday, March 27, for the Fall 2020 semester.    The 2020 Laben lecture will feature Anthony Middlebrooks, PhD, associate professor in the Biden School of […]

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Project Charmify’s Collaboration with Barclay

December 3, 2019

Project Charmify is a CLE-sponsored, student-led social enterprise dedicated to inspiring, equipping, and educating the next generation of community activists in Baltimore. Project Charmify collaborates with neighborhoods around the Homewood campus to teach workshops, improve public spaces, and strengthen ties between residents and the student body. The group’s current project centers around the neighborhood of […]

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CLE Lecturer Melanie Shimano appears on Forbes’ 30 under 30 list

November 20, 2019

Melanie Shimano (WSE, 2014, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering & WSE, 2015, MS in Engineering Management) was recently selected as a member of Forbes’ 2020 class of 30 under 30 in the education category and of Baltimore Business Journal’s 2019 class of 40 under 40. Shimano teaches Business Analytics and Oral Presentations as a part-time faculty […]

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2020 JHU BPC competitor registration now open

November 18, 2019

  Competitor registration is now open for the 2020 JHU Business Plan Competition! Interested competitors have until February 10, 2020 to register. All teams must have at least one current undergraduate or graduate student or post-doctoral fellow on the venture’s startup management team. For a full list of eligibility requirements, visit the JHU BPC’s website. […]

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Lecturer Jenny Bernstein’s latest publications

November 18, 2019

CLE lecturer Jen Bernstein has two recent publications of note, the first pedagogical and the second related to her area of expertise: communication in health care. In the September issue of the JHU Center for Educational Resource’s Innovative Instructor, Bernstein shares how Slack has transformed communication in her course Culture of the Medical Profession. Not […]

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JHU American Marketing Association hosts annual regional conference

November 14, 2019

On November 2, the JHU American Marketing Association hosted its annual regional conference. The conference’s theme, “New Technologies and The Customer Experience,” inspired presenters like JHU alum Rachel Reed (2014, KSAS, International/Global Studies) to share tactics like augmented reality that her publishing firm, Meredith, uses to increase engagement. Rachel, pictured here, presented her Periodic Table […]

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New Multidisciplinary Design Course for Spring 2020

October 16, 2019

EN.500.307 Foundations of Multidisciplinary Design brings teams of students with disparate engineering backgrounds together to tackle exciting design challenges for a project partner. This new course, geared specifically toward freshmen and sophomores, incorporates a user-centered design thinking process, whereby “teams will understand the essential need behind a problem, prototype solutions, test their prototypes, and present […]

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CLE Alum to lead FastForwardU Accelerator Program

August 28, 2019

CLE alum Pava LaPere (’19) will lead FastForward U’s newly-formed accelerator program.  LaPere helped found CLE-sponsored student organization TCO Labs as a Hopkins undergrad, and will bring the skills she acquired leading the organization’s Hatchery accelerator to her new position. As a Hopkins innovation hub, FastForward U “provides the training and resources to empower emerging […]

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