Life Design Lab Grad Camp 2022: Registration is open
Are you considering graduate school but have no idea where to start? Are you already set to attend graduate school but want to know more about what to expect? Attend Grad Camp! The Life Design Lab wants to prepare you, May 23–26
Hopkins Dining academic closedown schedule
This announcement gives the schedule for dining locations from May 13 to 18
JHU benefits orientation for new hires
Benefits orientation for new full-time faculty and staff will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 11
Participants wanted for virtual reality study
Healthy individuals 55–80 years old are wanted for this study in the Motion Analysis Lab at Kennedy Krieger Institute
Construction
Road and parking lot construction between San Martin Drive and Muller Deck begins Saturday, May 7
The Homewood campus roadway and parking lot connecting San Martin Drive to the Muller Deck parking area—consisting of the North Visitor Parking lot, Athletics Reserved Parking, and ROTC parking areas—will be closed for construction starting Saturday, May 7
Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness
Join a mySupport clinician from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 12, to review the definition of stigma, statistics of mental health issues, myths about mental health, and ways you can stamp out the stigma
Commencement 2022 volunteer sign-up
Volunteers are needed for Senior Toast from 8 to 10 p.m. on May 21 on Keyser Quad, and for Commencement on May 22, with a rain date of May 23
Research coordinator opportunity
The Kuchibhotla Lab at Johns Hopkins is recruiting individuals to work on a project developing digital health tools to monitor cognitive fluctuations and lucid intervals in Alzheimer's patients
Food for Fines: Turn overdue books into food for the hungry
The Sheridan Libraries are partnering with the Hopkins community to provide selected food items for those in need while giving library users a break on fines by as much as $10
Recruiting participants for paid behavioral study
Paid 1.5-hour behavioral study seeking participants with normal/corrected-to-normal vision