- The chief of staff to Philadelphia's mayor is coming to Johns Hopkins as the president's chief of staff.
- The university also has a new vice president of communications and public affairs.
- The first group of 25 students has completed a new concentration in race, immigration and citizenship.
- The founding dean of the Carey Business School is stepping down.
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