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HEMI’s MACH 2016 Conference
Apr 6 @ 8:00 am – Apr 8 @ 1:30 pm

machlogo2016Presented by the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, the Mach Conference showcases the state of the art of multiscale research in materials, with an emphasis on advancing the fundamental science and engineering of materials and structures in extreme environments. Details and registration here.

GoHopOnline Virtual Networking: “Neurodevelopmental Disability Issues from a Parent’s Perspective”
Apr 4 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm
GoHopOnline Virtual Networking: "Neurodevelopmental Disability Issues from a Parent's Perspective"

This unique event offers alums the ability to network online and also hear from a great speaker. Each participant will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and “meet” other alums using a simple but powerful format that eliminates networking awkwardness and facilitates valuable, professional networking. We will then hear from our featured speaker, Tara Johnson.

Dr. Tara Johnson will discuss “Neurodevelopmental Disability Issues from a Parent’s Perspective.” Johnson received her BS in Biomedical Engineering in 2002. She was subsequently accepted by the Johns Hopkins Medical School for the MD/PhD program. She received an MD in 2011 conducting her internship and residency at the St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia. She currently is a fellow at the Johns Hopkins Kennedy Krieger Institute researching neurodevelopmental disabilities (NDD), and she expects to receive her PhD this year.

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2017 Convocation Awards Ceremony and Harriet Shriver Rogers Lecture
May 8 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Matthew S. Daimler

The 2017 Whiting School of Engineering Convocation Awards Ceremony and Harriet Shriver Rogers Lecture will be held at 3 p.m. on Monday, May 8 in Shriver Hall Auditorium. A reception in the Shriver Hall lobby will follow the awards presentation. Matthew S. “Matt” Daimler ’99, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for Zillow, will deliver this year’s Harriet Shriver Rogers Lecture.

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