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Apr 22
Thursday
Public

7th annual JHPDC conference 2021

The Johns Hopkins and Homewood Postdoc Associations invite all JH, Carnegie Institution for Science, Howard University, NIH-Bayview, UMB, UMBC and UMD postdocs to attend the 7th annual JHPDC conference 2021. Keynote sessions: Martina Rauner, PhD Professor of Molecular Bone Biology, Dresen Odis Johnson Jr., PhD Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Executive Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Safe and Healthy Schools

Apr 22
Thursday
Public

D. Watkins Lecture: “Writing Baltimore: A Personal Journey of Lived Experience and Narrative Control.”

The Billie Holiday Project for Liberation Arts in partnership with the Center for Africana Studies presents the Donald Bentley Memorial Lecture, an annual lecture that honors the life of one of Baltimore's promising young leaders who lost his life more than thirty years ago to Baltimore's endemic violence crisis. This year's inaugural speaker, D. Watkins, is a celebrated author, social critic, Baltimore native, editor-at-large at Salon, and Johns Hopkins School of Education alum. Lawrence P. Jackson, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor and…

Apr 29
Thursday
Public

Mind, Brain, and Teaching Webinar for Prospective Students

On Thursday, April 29, join us online at 4:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m for the virtual webinar. Featured program: Graduate Certificate in Mind, Brain, and Teaching The Certificate in Mind, Brain, and Teaching (MBT) program builds upon basic and applied research from cognitive science, psychology and brain science, neurology, neuroscience, and education to inform educational practices and policies. Courses integrate these diverse disciplines to explore human learning and development. Topics of study include emotion and learning, memory, attention, cognitive development,…

May 6
Thursday
Private

Isabel Wilkerson Lecture

On Thursday, May 6, the School of Education this year will host the Inaugural William H. Hedeman Lecture. Isabel Wilkerson Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents Isabel Wilkerson, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Humanities Medal, has become a leading figure in narrative nonfiction and an impassioned voice for demonstrating how history can help us understand ourselves, our country, and our current era of upheaval. Her bestselling book, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, examines the unspoken system…

May 26
Wednesday
Private

2021 School of Education Graduation

The School of Education this year will host a virtual Commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, at 9 a.m. Graduation Information

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