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Jan 25
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Passion to Profession. Transforming your passion into a fulfilling career

Want to land your dream job? Start with breakfast. Join us for an inspiring talk about life design by Vice Provost Farouk Dey and then hear from School of Education alumni who are working in their dream jobs—after taking some sometimes surprising twists and turns to get there. Moderated by Provost Dey, the discussion will take a fresh approach to pursuing life purpose. Breakfast will be provided. Just bring your dreams. Free parking available PANELISTS: Cheree Davis, Cert ’15, Admin…

Feb 20
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Terror in the Schoolyard: Race, Place and Systemic Inequalities

CSHS Lecture and Discussion Series Terror in the Schoolyard: Race, Place and Systemic Inequalities presented by Richard Lofton, PhD Terror is defined by a state of intense fear; violent or destructive acts committed by groups to intimate others. This lecture will explore the terror that African American students and their families have confronted in their homes, schools, and communities. First, this lecture will provide a brief historical analysis of the terror that has produced patterns of unequal schools and disinvested…

Mar 21
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Spring 2020 Open House

Join us for our upcoming Spring 2020 Open House at our Education Building location. At the Johns Hopkins School of Education, our curriculum is based on studying real-world problems, conducting evidence-based research and offering solutions that impact the educational field. This two-hour event provides a comprehensive look at our programs. Presentations and faculty-led discussions about program requirements and career pathways will be available. Representatives from the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, Career Services, and Alumni Relations will be on hand…

May 20
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2020 School of Education Graduation

All eligible students are invited to participate in the Johns Hopkins University and School of Education ceremonies and celebrations. NOTE: Those students only receiving a graduate or post-master’s certificate are welcome to attend the ceremony as a guest; however, they are not invited to participate in the ceremony. The Johns Hopkins School of Education Graduation Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at Royal Farms Arena 201 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore MD at 9 a.m. Doors will open…

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