Day: March 1, 2010

Peabody at Homewood concert series returns for 10th season

March 1, 2010

Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Museum announces the 10th anniversary of its Peabody at Homewood performance series, which showcases some of the most promising musicians from the university’s Peabody Conservatory of Music. The performances are presented amid the splendid architecture and furnishings of Homewood. The popular Friday evening concerts begin at 5:45 p.m. on March 5, April […]

Brooklyn Rider quartet at Evergreen Museum

March 1, 2010

Johns Hopkins University’s Evergreen Museum & Library continues its 2009–2010 Music at Evergreen concert series on Saturday, March 6, with a performance by the adventurous, genre-blending string quartet Brooklyn Rider. It takes place at 3 p.m. in the intimate, one-of-a-kind setting of the museum’s 80-seat Bakst Theatre. Described by critics as “hip in a geeky, […]

Nominations sought for Diversity Recognition Awards

March 1, 2010

The Johns Hopkins Institutions Diversity Leadership Council is seeking nominations for its annual Diversity Recognition Awards, which recognize exceptional contributions in advancing and celebrating diversity and inclusiveness at Johns Hopkins. Faculty, staff and students from all divisions of the university and health system are eligible. Current members of the Diversity Leadership Council are not. Previous […]

Notices — March 1, 2010

March 1, 2010

2010 Provost’s Undergraduate Research Awards — All Johns Hopkins freshmen, sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for the 2010 Provost’s Undergraduate Research Awards. The PURA program, now entering its 18th year, affords undergraduates opportunities to conduct original research under the guidance of faculty sponsors at Johns Hopkins. PURA recipients can receive academic credit or […]

Heavy Lifting

March 1, 2010

People at Johns Hopkins often display power of the mind. Last month, a trio of JHU affiliates showed off some major brawn and came home champions. Rajiv Mallipudi, a master’s degree candidate at the School of Public Health; Roosevelt Offoha, a first-year student at the School of Medicine; and Floyd Hayes, a senior lecturer in […]

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