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09/06/2013 - 12:07pm

On Tuesday, September 3 - the first day of the 2013-2014 academic year - Hopkins President Ronald J. Daniels sent the following message to faculty, staff and students to kick off the year. 

Read the full message on the Hub.

08/07/2013 - 9:00am

 

Jazz trumpeter Dontae Winslow, a West Baltimore native and graduate of the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, returns to Baltimore on Thursday with the Legends of the Summer tour co-headlined by singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake and rapper Jay-Z.

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07/16/2013 - 9:07am

 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital has regained the No. 1 spot in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings of the best hospitals in the nation, which were released today.

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07/11/2013 - 1:29pm

Due to changes happening at Microsoft, current Outlook Live users must migrate their email to the Office 365 email system as soon as possible, before their JHED accounts are closed and access to email is lost.  Everyone who could be affected by this will receive an email notification from the Office of Alumni Relations when they need to migrate their accounts.

Find out more about the migration here.

06/10/2013 - 11:09am

 

Did you know that alumni and students can get together on Connect, the online alumni directory? Register today and get connected.

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06/03/2013 - 10:38am

The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team, which has competed as an independent for its entire 130-year history, will join the Big Ten Conference as an affiliate member, university President Ronald J. Daniels announced today.

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05/17/2013 - 2:15pm

Johns Hopkins will pursue conference affiliation for its men's lacrosse program, university President Ronald J. Daniels announced in an email message today, a decision based on the unanimous recommendation of a special committee formed to explore the program's options.

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05/15/2013 - 2:22pm

Last year, we introduced an identity initiative undertaken at the request of President Daniels, the provost, deans, divisional directors, and the board of trustees. The goal of this initiative was to fashion a more unified identity, one that would better reflect the excellence of Johns Hopkins University and allow us to leverage all of our strengths to tell a more powerful and cohesive story.

Today, you will begin seeing the results of these consultations—the new identities for the university, schools, and divisions. Initially, you will see them on many of our websites. They will begin appearing on other communications materials as they are developed. It is worth noting that no one is being asked to print new materials simply to update a logo. We are taking a common-sense and cost-conscious approach to this effort.

To support the introduction of the new identities, we have launched identity.jhu.edu. We invite you to explore this site, which includes a short video that highlights key elements of the identity initiative and a section for frequently asked questions.

There are two points worth noting: First, the initiative does not replace the university's academic seal, which will continue to be used in official and ceremonial applications, such as on diplomas. The seal is a valuable part of the university's past—and its future. It is not going anywhere. Second, this initiative is for the university and does not affect the Johns Hopkins Medicine identity.

This initiative owes much to the support and guidance of President Daniels, interim Provost Bagger, the deans and divisional directors, and the university board of trustees. I also must extend special gratitude to the communications directors from all the schools and divisions for their extraordinary work in helping lead this initiative.

Finally, to those alumni who responded to our emails, attended our presentations, and provided feedback: Thank you. You truly have been an integral part of this important One University moment.

Sincerely,

Glenn Bieler
VP for Communications

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05/04/2013 - 9:00pm

Johns Hopkins aims to advance human knowledge, solve global problems, and enhance the student experience with $4.5 billion to be raised in a new campaign launched earlier this evening. The joint fundraising effort by the university and health system—the institutions' largest ever—is called Rising to the Challenge: The Campaign for Johns Hopkins.

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04/24/2013 - 10:29am

We are conducting a survey of the Classes of 2003 and 2008 regarding your post-graduate activities and your experiences as a Hopkins undergraduate. If you have not received an email invitation, please contact HopkinsAlumniSurvey@jhu.edu, and your unique survey URL will be sent to you.