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We have a strong tradition of practice at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Our public health students put their academic skills to use through internships, practicums and service learning.

In admissions, we have a tradition of putting our skills to good use too. Each year, we close the office for a day and volunteer our services to a local organization.

Last Wednesday, we volunteered with Living Classrooms. Living Classrooms is a local non-profit “strengthening communities and inspiring young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as living classrooms."

Our job last week was to help prepare for summer Shipboard Education sea/land excursions. We cleaned, surveyed and inventoried supplies – including about thirty tents. Some of us had never put up a tent before. Others are camping veterans. All of us worked hard and had fun.

Photos from Admissions Day of Service

Flags at the cemeteryJohns Hopkins University is closed today, Monday, May 26 for Memorial Day.

Today we honor those who died in service to their country.

This has been graduation week at Johns Hopkins University. Yesterday was the university-wide commencement ceremony, but each of the schools have their own award and convocation ceremonies.

We celebrated graduates from the School of Public Health on Tuesday. Here are a few highlights captured by yours truly.

Convocation photos

Congratulations again to the Class of 2014!

Today is one of the happiest days of the year – it’s Convocation day!

Congratulations to the Class of 2014!

graduation

I would not be writing this today, if it weren’t for the philanthropy of this man.

Happy birthday, Johns Hopkins!

Portrait of Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins
May 19, 1795 – December 24, 1873