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April 1-2, 2019

April 1-2, 2019

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  • Building Update

    Get the latest on all construction progress, sidewalk closures, a site plan and webcam, even a noise forecast. Go to my.jh.edu, click on the Important Links tab, scroll to the News & Information tab, and click on "Construction Updates."

  • Walk to Fight Suicide
    Join Step Out of the Darkness Saturday, April 13. Registration 9:30 a.m.; walk 10 a.m.-noon, starting at the School of Public Health. More.
  • 'End of Life'

    Celebrity readings of Greek plays as a catalyst for discussions about challenges faced by patients, families, and providers. 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 12 at Chevy Chase Auditorium,  Hopkins Hospital. Free, but tickets are required.

  • JHU Summer Jobs Program

    The Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program provides Baltimore City youths the opportunity to complete an eight-week paid internship (June 24-August 16), providing exposure to workplace culture and potential career pathways while promoting academic preparation and encouraging personal responsibility in a mentoring environment. Department mentor/supervisors needed. Complete an online 2019 Department Intern Request, but please contact Debbie Morris (dmorri46@jhmi.edu) before submitting. Deadline is the end of April.

  • Genetics Seminar (In Case You Missed It)
    If you were unable to attend the March 28 discussion by Alison Metcalfe of Sheffield Hallam University and Christine Patch of King’s College of London, a recording is now available.
  • Lunch and Learn: Dr. Tina Cheng

    Tina Cheng, MD, MPH, director of pediatrics for the School of Medicine and pediatrician-in-chief of Johns Hopkins Hospital, will present “Building a Healthier Future: Leadership & Advocacy to Promote Health Equity” noon-1:30 p.m. Monday, April 8, Carpenter Room. Her work focuses on interrupting the intergenerational cycle of disadvantage. RSVP.

  • Grand Rounds: Dr. David Wu

    David Wu, MD, a research collaborator of SON Assistant Professor Rebecca Wright, PhD, BSc (Hons), presents "Goals of Care Communication: A Novel Approach," noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, in Grossi Auditorium at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

  • Your Opinion Matters

    How can we improve the SON? Suggestion boxes have been placed in the Business Office (third floor), Faculty and Staff Lounge (fourth floor), and to the right of the elevator on the fifth floor as well as in the Student House. Be heard.