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1 COVID testing expands at Johns Hopkins as spring semester gets underway
2 Careful planning, safety precautions underpin return to classrooms for Johns Hopkins students
3 University of Idaho College of Law Gets New Dean
4 Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School and School for Advanced International Studies Offer New Dual Degree Program
5 Business beat
6 The two Georges, the world and American leadership
7 Announcing the Lancet Commission on Vaccine Refusal, Acceptance, and Demand in the USA
8 Barancik Prize for Innovation in MS Awarded to Johns Hopkins Scientist
9 China's “Soft” War Against America
10 Kalb named dean of UI College of Law
11 China winning vaccine diplomacy battle, but will lose the war
12 Uighur Rights Groups Pressure Corporate Sponsors to Boycott 2022 Beijing Olympics
13 Has Trump Permanently Altered U.S. Foreign Policy?
14 Lawmakers Push To Expand Medicaid And Medical Marijuana, Losing The Amazon Rainforest, New Art Illuminates Coral Gables
15 San Diegans celebrate receiving second dose of COVID-19 vaccine
16 Johns Hopkins neuroscientist wins Barancik Prize for Innovation in MS Research
17 Goucher Announces New 4+1 MBA Program With Loyola University Maryland
18 A New Beat Offers Free Online Seminar Examining Disparities in Cardiovascular Care During Heart Month
19 For a normal college experience during the pandemic, these students hopped continents
20 Sea-level rise could threaten coastal nuclear waste facilities » Yale Climate Connections
21 SAIS students from around the world travel to Italy for in-person instruction
22 Global Nursing Education Market Set To Grow At Healthy CAGR Forecast By 2026 With Top Key Players Like University of California, AIIMS, Peking University, King's College London (KCL), The University of Tokyo – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
23 Manitowoc Art Forward: Medical illustrators are 50% artist, 50% scientist, 100% communicator
24 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine works well in big 'real world' test
25 Johns Hopkins evaluates foreign study programs in response to coronavirus outbreak
26 Senator Hagerty Announces Washington, DC Staff
27 SAIS to launch global search to identify its next dean
28 Johns Hopkins SAIS and McGill University's Max Bell School of Public Policy launch cooperative degree program
29 Home – 2021 Leaders in Graduate Education in International Affairs – Foreign Policy Guide
30 Johns Hopkins University graduate student files class action suit seeking partial tuition refund
31 Johns Hopkins launches universitywide Tenure Advisory Committee
32 Undergraduate instruction, activities move online for fall
33 Departing SAIS dean reflects on his tenure
34 Johns Hopkins prof. says United States must combat China's influence in Eurasia at PWH event
35 Johns Hopkins University officially purchases former Newseum building in D.C.
36 Student Belongings & Retrieval Process | Community Living
37 Vali Nasr to step down as dean of Johns Hopkins' School of Advanced International Studies
38 Johns Hopkins to acquire Newseum building in Washington, D.C.
39 Student Conduct & Ethics | Student Affairs
40 Mail Services | Community Living
41 SAIS launches new doctoral degree program for international affairs practitioners
42 SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins announces new faculty hires
43 This Week in Washington IP: Rebuilding US Research Enterprises Post-COVID, Climate Change Innovation Strategies and Examining the SolarWinds Data Breach
44 Johns Hopkins’ stark economic outlook and planned cutbacks signal what’s to come for Maryland higher education
45 Missing & Damaged Items | Community Living
46 Student advisory group to provide input as Johns Hopkins plans gradual resumption of in-person activities
47 'Foreign Policy' magazine ranks Johns Hopkins among nation's best schools for studying international relations
48 Johns Hopkins awards nearly $1M to support PhD professional development
49 Serving the greater good | Hub
50 East Asia offers mixed lessons in COVID-19 response
51 Johns Hopkins libraries resume Borrow Direct service
52 SAIS professors discuss how the pandemic will shape U.S. foreign policy
53 Looking ahead: Experts imagine a post-pandemic world
54 New coronavirus variant spotted in California raises alarm
55 2020 Phi Beta Kappa Virtual Induction Ceremony | Academic Advising
56 Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies raises its profile in Europe
57 China's Western Horizon | Penn Today
58 Concerns loom about COVID-19 precautions as winter approaches
59 COVID-19: Housing Update | Community Living
60 Student Conduct Code | Policies & Guidelines | Johns Hopkins University
61 Shipping Services | Community Living
62 Home – 2020 Applying to Graduate School in International Affairs – Foreign Policy Guide
63 A crisis of confidence | Hub
64 In election's wake, a call for humility, empathy, and understanding
65 Colleges start new academic programs
66 Kessler Scholars Program | Center for Student Success
67 Students sent home: University suspends in-person classes as coronavirus spreads nationwide
68 Move-Out 2020 | Community Living
69 Coping With COVID In Europe's Top B-Schools
70 Understanding COVID-19's impact in Italy and Europe
71 Retired colonel shares stories of resilience
72 Hours & Locations | Community Living
73 Group to develop guidance for evaluating requests to rename buildings, programs
74 2021-2022 Resident Advisor Applications | Community Living
75 Success Coaching Program in Academic Advising | Center for Student Success
76 Johns Hopkins launches center for COVID-19 immunity research
77 Maria Snegovaya
78 COVID-19 and a splintered European Union | Hub
79 Your guide to virtual Commencement | Hub
80 Johns Hopkins Launches K-12 School Reopening Policy Tracker -- THE Journal
81 Johns Hopkins expert says coronavirus could bring on a digital Cold War with China
82 Video: David Lampton on China's effort to create an intercountry railway system | US-China Institute
83 $10M gift creates international studies center at Johns Hopkins
84 Center for Talented Youth enrollment skyrockets after school closures
85 Who wears a mask and why? Here's what the data say -- and what we should do about it
86 Student-run foreign affairs podcast continues to grow
87 Roadmap to Renewables Unites Climate and Sustainability Goals
88 New website predicts likelihood of cyberattacks between nations
89 Christopher Celenza returns to Johns Hopkins as Krieger School dean
90 Diane Bernabei, Author at Just Security
91 UVA Grad to Study Global Affairs in China as Schwarzman Scholar
92 Johns Hopkins University: Online graduate programmes for future AI professionals
93 Election fallout: Could partisan division prompt civil upheaval?
94 Virginia Roach, scholar of educational reform, to lead Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
95 Johns Hopkins announces new steps to bolster inclusion, address racism and discrimination
96 Hopkins Nursing Dean Patricia Davidson named vice-chancellor at University of Wollongong
97 Hopkins alumni and faculty appointed to Biden's COVID-19 task force
98 Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright reflects on her career
99 National security expert Eliot Cohen will discuss US foreign policy next week
100 $25 Million To Accelerate Johns Hopkins' MBA Makeover