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Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University's School of Education have introduced important educational advances and have helped to solve problems and issues in education that affect children and families around the globe.

Today, our faculty members' research span a wide range of subjects including school dropout prevention, literacy, college and career access of low-resourced students, neuroeducation, and entrepreneurial leadership. In addition, our research centers conduct research and prepare curriculum and instructional support systems that address the needs of our nation's most challenged schools and communities.

Brown Bag Research Colloquia are designed to be an important part of the scholarly life of the School of Education. We hope to commence monthly or bimonthly informal research colloquia featuring the latest research insights and knowledge in the broad fields of education, counseling, and public safety leadership. At these brown bags, faculty members will share research ideas, current research projects, and/or experiences pertaining to research (and funding!). The general structure of the brown bags allows the speaker 30-35 minutes followed by general discussion. Students, faculty, staff, and community members are encouraged to attend.

 

Brown Bag Research Colloquium

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

12:00 pm- 1:00 pm

2800 N. Charles Street, Room #114

Please join us for a discussion on sponsored research and philanthropic fundraising. Learn how to navigate the system, find information, and capitalize on available resources that can help you develop successful grants and proposals.

Guest Speaker:

Marge Dolly
Assistant Director, Office of Research Administration

Representatives from the Office of Development and Alumni Relations (Corporate and Foundation Relations) and the Office of Business and Financial Services within the School of Education will also be on hand to share information and answer questions.