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    MSN Entry '23 Grads: Meet with Prospective Employers

    The Career Lab is hosting about 20 employers to speak with MSN Entry '23 grads about available opportunities 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, February 8 on the first floor of Pinkard. Wear scrubs or professional attire and bring copies of your resume. Prepare using jhu.joinhandshake.com/edu (Career Center tab>Resources), especially the sections on resumes, networking, and employer info.

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    SOURCE Service-Learning Academy Info Session for Faculty

    Applications are open for the 2023-2024 JHU SOURCE Service-Learning Academya one-year, comprehensive program that equips Faculty Fellows with all of the necessary tools and methods to develop critical service-learning partnerships and courses. Join SOURCE at 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 8 for an online Service-Learning Academy Information Session to learn more about the program.

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    DEI Chat and Chew Series

    Jermaine J. Monk, PhD, associate dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion, presents “ ‘It’s Always Something with You People’: The Power of Language in Academic Spaces,” 12:30-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 8, SON S220 or via Zoom (Password: 710538).

    Register by Friday February 3: SON-Diversity@jhu.edu.

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    JHU Opioid Treatment Experts to DC

    JHU will host a live virtual congressional briefing 12:30-1:30 p.m. Thursday, February 9 on innovative treatment programs to combat the opioid addiction and overdose epidemic. SON Assistant Professor Tamar Rodney will be among JHU experts to speak.

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    Built to Scale Seminar Series: TeamBirth

    Pioneered by Ariadne Labs, TeamBirth is an innovative approach to improve communication and teamwork in childbirth and ensure women have shared input in decision-making. Using human-centered design, TeamBirth operationalizes best practices that reduce inequities in childbirth outcomes. Join moderator Ahrin Mishan, executive director for the Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation, and TeamBirth Director Amber Weiseth, who will share her experience scaling the program nationally, 1-2 p.m. Tuesday, February 7 via Zoom. (Register to receive the Zoom link.)

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    Welcome, Quincy Samus!

    Quincy M. Samus, PhD, MS, joins the SON faculty as a research associate this week to serve as associate director for innovation for the Center for Health Equity in Aging. (She is also director of the Memory and Aging Services Innovation Center at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.) Dr. Samus is an internationally recognized ADRD-focused health services scientist committed to the transformation of dementia care and services to improve care quality, delivery, and equity through translation of practical evidence-based and cost-efficient practices to meet the needs of patients, families, providers, and health systems. Welcome, Dr. Samus!