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April 17-19, 2019

April 17-19, 2019

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  • Welcome, Dan Sherman!

    Instructional technologist Dan Sherman brings to the SON Instructional Design and Technology team 17 years of experience in e-learning design and development. Dan most recently was an educational coordinator at the Museum of Industry here in Baltimore. Find Dan and his team in Lower Level Suite 022.

  • Tri-School Day of Service

    Hurry: Sign up for SOURCE’s Spring Tri-School Day of Service, Saturday, April 27. Register: Send an email to with top 3 project choices.

  • Armstrong Grand Rounds

    Nursing Dean Robin Newhouse of Indiana University presents “Indiana University Grand Challenge: Responding to the Addictions Crisis” noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, Hurd Hall at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In-person attendees can receive CNE credit. Or watch a simulcast.

  • Research Honors/Fuld Poster Event
    Join directors of the Research Honors Program and the Helene Fuld Leadership Program 4-5 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, Room 10, for hors d’oeuvres and a poster presentation by students who have completed their programs.
  • Chocolate Extravaganza

    Create a treat for the Spring Chocolate Extravaganza (no boxed brownies or cakes). Prizes for best overall, most creative, and “people’s choice.” Noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, cafe area. Benefits House of Ruth. To enter, email or by Friday, April 26.

  • Book Award

    Jessica Kensky, a 2009 grad, has earned a Christopher Award (with husband Patrick Downes and illustrator Scott Magoon) for Rescue and Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship (Candlewick Press), a book for children 6 and up. Kensky and Downes were badly injured in the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. Rescue is the service dog who helped them heal.

  • Early Career Excellence

    Adjunct Professor Stephane M. Shepherd received the 2019 American Psychology-Law Society's Saleem Shah Award for Early Career Excellence at the group’s annual conference in Portland. Well done!

  • Safe Schools Seed Grants

    The School of Education is accepting applications for seed grants under its safe schools initiative for research in three areas: Health and Wellness, School & Community Engagement, and School Security & Technology. Intent to Apply is due April 22; full proposals due May 13. Questions: