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Applications Open: Blaustein Fellowship
Earn a two-year postdoctoral fellowship on advancing the science to improve the mental health of young children and their families. The Blaustein Fellowship is led by Professor Deborah Gross, the Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Endowed Chair in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing. It provides a richly mentored experience in multidisciplinary and collaborative research. Learn more and apply.
Free Webinar on IV Push Medication
The Institute for Safe Medication Practices hosts "Designing Reliable Practices for IV Push Medication Use: A Focus on Safe Administration," 1-2 p.m. Thursday, March 14. Learn more and register.
Race in AmericaJoin the next chapter in the JHU Forums on Race in America, 4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, Room 140. "Healthcare Equity from a Social Justice Perspective" will brainstorm solutions to disparities across American cities. Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, will speak with Phyllis Sharps, SON associate dean for community programs and initiatives. Q&A to follow. Register.
Excellence in Teaching AwardEach year the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association’s Excellence in Teaching Award honors faculty members who have consistently demonstrated outstanding teaching skills, including preparation, organization, thoroughness, knowledge of subject, feedback, creativity, and inspiration. Cast your vote here. The poll closes Friday, March 22.
Bouchet Honor SocietySabianca Delva has been selected for the Johns Hopkins Bouchet Honor Society chapter's inaugural class. She will be inducted April 5-6 at the national Bouchet conference at Yale University in New Haven, CT. (A JHU induction ceremony is planned for May.) Edward Bouchet (1852-1918) was the first African American to earn a doctorate from an American university when he earned a PhD in physics at Yale in 1876. Congratulations, Sabie!
For Students: Stress, Depression Questionnaire
Feeling overextended, confused, or unhappy? A confidential, online service is available to SON students. There is now a secure website where you can complete a brief questionnaire, using a self-assigned User ID. An experienced counselor will review the completed questionnaire and send a personal response over the secure website. You may then exchange brief messages with the counselor through the anonymous dialogue feature.
LGBTQ Health Disparities
Join an interactive workshop (noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday March 13, Room 140) on health disparities among sexual and gender minorities. Sponsored by Student Affairs. Lunch served. RSVP.