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  Johns Hopkins University - baltimoresun.com
Hopkins was founded in 1876 as the first research university in the United States, and it still maintains that commitment to scholarly exploration.
Hopkins attracts a significant minority and international population, and students thrive on the opportunity to learn about different cultures and make friends with people from around the world.
The university is the namesake of investor and philanthropist Johns Hopkins, who, in 1867, left $7 million for the incorporation of a university and a hospital.
www.baltimoresun.com /entertainment/visitor/college/bal-hl-hopkins,0,3324446.story   (1078 words)

  Johns Hopkins University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Johns Hopkins is notable as the the first university in the United States to put an emphasis on research, founded on the German university model.
Johns Hopkins is one of fourteen founding members of the Association of American Universities (AAU) and a member of the Consortium On Financing Higher Education (COFHE).
Hopkins' primary national lacrosse rivals are Princeton University, Syracuse University, and the University of Virginia, and its primary intrastate rivals are the University of Maryland, Loyola College, Towson University, and the United States Naval Academy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Johns_Hopkins_University   (2707 words)

 Physics & Astronomy @ Johns Hopkins University
JHU as a whole is also ranked in the top ten.
JHU's MRSEC has received an NSF Partnership for Research and Education in Materials grant, with Howard University and Prince George's Community College, to enhance diversity in materials research and education through collaborations that engage students in nanomaterials research.
Johns Hopkins University astrophysicist Charles L. Bennett has been awarded the 2006 Harvey Prize, given annually by the Technion- Israel Institute of Technology.
www.pha.jhu.edu   (609 words)

 Johns Hopkins University - School of Nursing
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing prepares students for professional nursing practice through an educational process that combines a strong academic curriculum with intensive clinical experience.
The Johns Hopkins University is the only School of Nursing in the nation to offer a Peace Corps Fellows Program to individuals who wish to become nurses and who have successfully completed Peace Corps Service.
A partnership between Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, the certificate applies the theory and practice of sound business principles to the organization of care delivery, and to the clinical and financial outcomes of care.
www.allnursingschools.com /schools/ID543   (1165 words)

 Graduate Programs within the NSF Education and Human Resources Directorate:
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM) is world-reknown for its training of physicians and physician-scientists.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM)-Dunbar High School NSF GK-12 Graduate Teaching Fellows Program (Hopkins-Dunbar Fellows Program) will match four JHUSOM PhD students with a mentor teacher in the Biotechnology track at Dunbar High School for a teaching apprenticeship spanning one academic year.
  This program was established between Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Dunbar High School for the purpose of improving the success of minorities in college and the representation of minorities in the health professions..
www.house.gov /science/hildreth_022900.htm   (4744 words)

 The Johns Hopkins Digital Portfolio
The Johns Hopkins Digital Portfolio (DP) is a Web-based assessment and presentation application that allows users to demonstrate their capabilities and achievements in relation to a pre-determined set of principles or standards.
The Johns Hopkins Digital Portfolio allows portfolio developers to demonstrate attainment of competency in relation to established educational standards; provides an online journal for reflection; and includes a powerful, embedded messaging system that promotes ongoing collaboration with peers and advisors.
Johns Hopkins University is a nationally recognized leader in the use of portfolios throughout the learning process as a tool to measure competencies program wide or individually.
olms.cte.jhu.edu /olms/output/page.php?id=2845   (223 words)

 Mechanical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University
The annual award is given to one staff member in the entire school in recognition of outstanding service in support of the educational and research activities of the Whiting School, its departments, and the university.
Noah Cowan's recent paper in the Journal of Neuroscience was rated as a "Must Read" by two members of the Faculty of 1000.
The paper, coauthored with Neuroscientist Eric Fortune, was a recent feature in the JHU Gazette, and is part of an ongoing NSF-funded collaboration.
www.me.jhu.edu   (222 words)

 Johns Hopkins University
This is due in large measure to the work of the Applied Physics Laboratory, a division of the university devoted entirely to research and development.
The schools of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing are in east Baltimore, sharing a campus with The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Johns Hopkins has academic facilities in Nanjing, China, and in Bologna and Florence, Italy.
www.biospace.com /company_profile.aspx?CompanyID=2284   (369 words)

 JHU Information Security Institute - Home
The University, through ISI's leadership, has thus been designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance by the National Security Agency and leading experts in the field.
The Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute will be focusing on prevention of cyber-attacks and protecting information security.
These slides were prepared by the Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University as part of the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the establishment of the WSE and the 90th anniversary of engineering academic programs at the University.
www.jhuisi.jhu.edu   (870 words)

 The Johns Hopkins University
Read more in the June issue of JH Magazine.
When, why, and how did the Hopkins teams acquire their avian appellation?
JHU men's lacrosse wins its ninth NCAA title!
www.jhu.edu   (66 words)

 The Solomon H. Snyder The Solomon H. Snyder Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Their excellence is attested by citation analysis, which recently showed that four of the top neuroscientists in the world are at Johns Hopkins, whereas no other institution has more than one.
Within Johns Hopkins five of the twelve most cited scientists are neuroscientists.
One of the hallmarks of Johns Hopkins is its collegial nature with close, personal interactions between students and faculty throughout the institution.
neuroscience.jhu.edu /index.asp   (532 words)

 Johns Hopkins University - Department of Geography and Environmental Science
Johns Hopkins University - Department of Geography and Environmental Science
Established at Hopkins in 1968 but with roots dating to 1937, the Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, DoGEE, has always been concerned with identifying, understanding, describing and solving environmental problems.
Our core mission is to improve the human condition through the development and promotion of sound, sustainable environmental practices, and to educate future generations of environmental leaders.
engineering.jhu.edu /~dogee   (735 words)

 Johns Hopkins University - Summer and ESL Programs
Founded in 1876 as America's first research university, Johns Hopkins University offers summer students the quality of a world-renowned academic center and the pleasures of summer in a small East Coast City.
Join the Johns Hopkins Pre-College Summer Program and get a taste of life at one of America's most prestigious universities.
The Hopkins IELP combines caring instructors, lively class discussion, and exciting extracurricular activities with the Hopkins tradition of academic excellence.
www.studyusa.com /factshts/jhu.asp?s=21   (677 words)

 The Johns Hopkins University Press
The Press he established at Johns Hopkins in 1878 continues to fulfill that duty—through books and journals, and across the Internet—with knowledge for a complex and changing world.
John Wood Sweet will read from and sign copies of his new book, Bodies Politic: Negotiating Race in the American North, 1730-1830...
In 2003 Johns Hopkins University Press commemorates its 125 year anniversary.
www.press.jhu.edu   (229 words)

 Johns Hopkins University : Department of Sociology
The department is strong in the sociology of education, social structure and personality, family, social policy, cross-national research, sociology of development, race and gender, sociology of immigration, and world-systems studies.
Its graduates teach and conduct research in many of the major universities in the nation and abroad.
Johns Hopkins Ranked 8th among major Sociology departments in Faculty Scholarly Productivity.
www.soc.jhu.edu   (114 words)

 Pancreatic Cancer Home Page
It is meant only to educate health care professionals and patients about the current status of treatment and research in pancreas cancer at Hopkins.
Before making any medical decisions, patients with pancreatic cancer are advised to consult with their personal physicians.
Copyright © 2006 The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
www.path.jhu.edu /pancreas   (89 words)

 Johns Hopkins AIDS Service- Infectious Diseases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A quick reference by John G. Bartlett, M.D. for antiretroviral drugs, antiretroviral therapy, opportunistic infections, and related issues.
Copyright © 1997-2004 The Johns Hopkins University on behalf of its Division of Infectious Diseases and AIDS Service.
Consumers are cautioned that this site is not intended to provide medical advice about any specific medical condition they may have or treatment they may need and they are encouraged to call or see their physician or other health care provider promptly with any health related questions they may have.
www.hopkins-aids.edu   (228 words)

 JHU Center for Hearing and Balance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Neurosciences graduate programs at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Research opportunities are available for qualified undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins by arrangement with Center faculty.
Nationwide summer internships are sponsored by the Summer Internship Program of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
www.bme.jhu.edu /labs/chb   (578 words)

 The Johns Hopkins Epilepsy Center
However, many centers stopped using the diet to control seizures as new medications were developed.
We have continued to use the ketogenic diet at Johns Hopkins and have refined the methodology to produce a text and a computer disc which enables families to calculate the diet more easily.
The diet is a medical therapy and should be used only under the careful supervision of a physician and/or dietician.
www.neuro.jhmi.edu /Epilepsy/keto.html   (309 words)

 JHU | Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Johns Hopkins is committed to providing a rigorous educational experience that prepares students for further study and successful careers, and is dedicated to research that contributes to fundamental knowledge in both analytical and experimental aspects of the field.
Erin Fitzgerald, a graduate student in the ECE dept. was the recipient of the "5th Annual Diversity Recognition Award".
appreciation, advancement and celebration of diversity and inclusiveness in the Johns Hopkins culture and environment.
www.ece.jhu.edu   (163 words)

 SAIS Home
Founded in 1943 by Paul Nitze and Christian Herter, SAIS has been a division of The Johns Hopkins University since 1950.
JHU SAIS Center on Politics and Foreign Relations and Financial Times Hosted Democratic Presidential Forum on Iraq on June 6
Robert Socolow, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and co-director of the Carbon Mitigation Initiative at Princeton University, gave the keynote address about "Present and Future Technologies and the Urgency of Controlling Carbon Emissions" during the SAIS International Energy and Environment Program's annual conference on Friday, April 20.
www.sais-jhu.edu   (2276 words)

 Welcome to the Advanced Academic Programs Advanced Biotechnology Studies Program
Hopkins MS/MBA cited as the largest program in the country
Johns Hopkins University announces first fully-online master of science degree in bioinformatics.
Located in the heart of one of the nation's leading regional biotechnology clusters, Johns Hopkins Advanced Biotechnology Studies offers students the ability to learn, advance and succeed in this exciting field with a variety of learning opportunities designed to meet the needs of working adults.
advanced.jhu.edu /biotechnology   (183 words)

 JHU Department of Computer Science
Our faculty are expert in their respective research areas and their research informs our curriculum keeping it timely and topical.
Our Department reflects the spirit and excellence of Johns Hopkins University and we are recognized for producing industry innovators and first-class researchers.
Congratulations to John Sheppard for his recent election as a Fellow of the IEEE
www.cs.jhu.edu   (180 words)

 The Johns Hopkins University: Libraries
The Johns Hopkins Library network includes the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, one of the Sheridan Libraries, and the principal research library at the university.
Other specialized collections in medicine, international affairs, music, and earth and space science are located across the university’s campuses.
The holdings of all the Johns Hopkins libraries are available in the Johns Hopkins University Libraries Catalog.
webapps.jhu.edu /jhuniverse/libraries/index.cfm   (113 words)

 The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University: Music for the World
The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University
The Peabody Institute has a preeminent faculty, a nurturing, collaborative learning environment, and the academic resources of one of the nation's leading universities, Johns Hopkins.
In addition to the copyright to this collective work, copyright to the materials which appear on this site may be held by the individual authors or others.
www.peabody.jhu.edu   (140 words)

 Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Welch Information Suites are part of a new model for providing efficient information.
Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory :: Johns Hopkins University :: School of Medicine :: School of Nursing :: School of Public Health
www.welch.jhu.edu   (119 words)

 Biostatistics - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
rofessor Francesca Dominici is this year's Myrto Lefkopoulou Distinguished Lecturer at Harvard University's Department of Biostatistics.
Previous Hopkins faculty members who have been so honored are Steve Goodman, Ron Brookmeyer, and Giovanni Parmigiani.
Associate professor Rafael Irizarry is the recipient of the American Statistical Association's 2004 Outstanding Applications Award.
www.biostat.jhsph.edu   (291 words)

 Professional Studies at Johns Hopkins University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
On January 1, 2007, the School of Professional Studies in Business and Education (SPSBE) separated into two new schools — the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and The Johns Hopkins University School of Education.
Johns Hopkins Launches New Schools of Business, Education
One Stop will continue to provide student services to students of both the Carey Business School and the School of Education.
www.spsbe.jhu.edu   (94 words)

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