In Naturally Beautiful: Uncovering Nature in the 19th-Century Home, Homewood Museum mines its impressive collection of decorative arts to explore how environmental factors shaped tastes and trends in home furnishings in the early American republic.
Join Lori Grover (PhD '12) as she discusses the power of optometrists in public health and the importance of advocating for policies that promote comprehensive vision screening and remove inequities in access to eyecare.
Anna Mayo, an assistant professor from the Carey Business School, will discuss evidence-based strategies for leveraging team starts, transcending boundaries within a team, and managing the team's boundary.
Data scientist Robert Reynolds and Robert Ploutz-Snyder, director of the University of Michigan School of Nursing's Applied Biostatistics Laboratory, will discuss "Statistical Approaches to Spaceflight Data" for bioastronautics@hopkins.
Paul McCormac, chief technology officer of Lexeo Therapeutics, will give a talk titled "Delivering the Promise of Gene Therapy Beyond Rare Disease" for the Department of Materials Science & Engineering's Spring Seminar Series.
Chat with a Black Counselor is an online drop-in service mental health service that offers informal, confidential, and one-on-one visits for students to meet with RaiNesha Miller from the Johns Hopkins Counseling Center.
David Hellmann, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Innovative Medicine and professor of medicine, will present a lecture titled "Renegades, Rebels and Revolutionaries: Making Medicine a Better Public Trust" as part of the Leading Change: Perspectives from Outside of Medicine "Conversation Series 2022" followed by a Q&A.
Join the Center for Advanced Media Studies for a screening of Brazilian American multimedia conceptual artist Eduardo Kac followed by conversation with the artist and guests from Johns Hopkins and MICA.