It’s a happy kind of day.
- It’s Johns Hopkins 220th birthday!
- It’s also Convocation!
Congratulations, Public Health Graduates!
It’s a happy kind of day.
There are just two more application deadlines this cycle. Are they for your program?
Application deadlines vary by program: know your program, its application, requirements and deadline. School policy requires your online application and supporting materials (official transcripts, test scores, letters of recommendation, etc.) to be submitted before or on the application deadline.
If you’ve missed the deadline for your program of interest, hang in there. We’ll be talking more about the application for 2016-2017 soon!
I apologize for the silence.
We’ve been busy – in part with our usual spring tasks of preparing for Orientation and fall recruitment– but also with talking about and reflecting upon the events surrounding Freddie Gray’s death.
On Wednesday, April 29, the Bloomberg School held a town hall of students, alumni, faculty and staff to discuss our commitment to this city and the challenges its people face. Today, the School is hosting “Engage Baltimore: A Day of Reflection and Progress.” This event features speakers and performances from the community providing a venue for attendees to find ways of moving forward together.
To keep the momentum toward meaningful change, the Bloomberg School has also launched a website, Engage Baltimore, with daily updates, volunteer opportunities, and a news feed highlighting public health efforts and heroes in our neighborhood.
Like so many cities, Baltimore has a host of complex issues that will not be easy to solve. But finding solutions that help whole communities is what public health is all about.
We’re proud of our school and its commitment to this city. And we’re proud of this city, its efforts toward healing and that we call it home.
That was probably the most common question I heard at our two Admitted Student Visitors Days (aside from, “where’s the nearest restroom?”).
While I can easily direct you to the nearest lavatory, I don’t have a definitive answer about housing. That depends a lot on your personal preferences, budget and needs.
I can, however, provide a host of resources for those incoming students looking for a place to live.
Last, but far from least. . .
We talk about JHMI Housing on both our external and Admitted Student websites (the latter requires a login and password). The Housing office can help admitted students (and current students, faculty and staff) find a home, carpools, hotels, daycare and more! Their website has a great off-campus apartment search (a guest password may be found on our Admitted Student website). JHMI Housing staff is also available for personal consultations.
And as always, our staff is here to answer any questions we can. Most of us have lived or still live in Charm City and are happy to share our experiences, favorite place to eat, or simply direct you to the nearest restroom.
SOURCE was established in 2005 as a resource for students of the schools of medicine, nursing and public health to put the skills learned in the classroom to work in our community. Below is an infographic illustrating their accomplishments over the last decade.