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March 27-29, 2019

March 27-29, 2019

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  • R01 Grant

    Assistant Professor Teresa Brockie has earned an R01 grant for her project “Wa'Kan Ye'Zah: Enhancing caregivers' and children's well-being through an evidence-based and culturally informed prevention intervention." Congratulations, Dr. Brockie.

  • '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.

  • Final Week: SON Staff Excellence Award

    There’s still time to nominate a fellow full-time faculty or staff member for the 2019 Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Commitment to Excellence Award.Deadline is April 1. The nomination form is on the SONVitals page via And start earning your nomination for 2020 today.

  • NY State of Mind for Dr. Veenema

    Professor Tener Goodwin Veenema will receive the Columbia University School of Nursing Distinguished Alumni Award May 3 in New York City. She has also been selected by the New York University School of Nursing to be the 2019 Keynote Speaker and McClure Visiting Scholar at the NYU 23rd Annual Nursing Research Conference. Congratulations!

  • 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 ( before submitting. Deadline is the end of April.

  • 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.
  • Researcher Hall of Fame

    Professors Cynda Rushton and Sarah Szanton will be inducted into the STTI International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame for contributions to the nursing profession and sustained research efforts to improve health care. Rushton and Szanton will be inducted at Sigma’s 30th International Nursing Research Congress in Canada in July.