ALUMNI WEEKEND 2023 - SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

APRIL 14 - 16

All students, alumni and guests are invited to participate in all activities.

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 14

RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE. 9am – 3pm. Great Hall in Levering Hall.
Help save a life this Alumni Weekend by donating blood at the American Red Cross Blood Drive. Please also sign up for a time your blood donation on the Red Cross website HERE. Your confirmation email will have these details as well.

BUILDING COMMUNITY TENT. 10am – 8pm. Decker Quad Tent.
We are building new spaces to create stronger communities. Stop by the tent throughout Alumni Weekend to get a sneak peek at facilities designed to foster civic discourse, a social hub for all Hopkins students, and a flagship building for our D.C.-based programs. 

JHU PRESS AUTHOR MEET AND GREET. 10 – 11am. Mason Hall Auditorium. 

HOPTALK – ASTEROID IMPACT: AN UPDATE ON THE DART MISSION. 11:15am – 12:15pm. TBD.
Asteroids have – and will continue to – cross Earth’s path. It’s not a question of if, but when. Just ask the dinosaurs. In 2022, for the first time in history, humans changed the orbit of an asteroid through NASA and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab’s (APL) Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART). Proving this capability has clear benefits in ensuring humanity could deflect a potential threatening asteroid in the future. This innovation also speaks to how far humanity has advanced in its ability to adapt the natural environment to its purposes and how important the space program can be to all of us on the Earth. With funding from NASA, DART built on several APL-developed innovations, including adaptive target identification, feature recognition, and tracking algorithms originally used in the air and missile defense domain, autonomous deep space operations, and precision navigation. This historic achievement captivated, inspired, and brought people together around the world. Post-flight analysis indicated an orbital change about 25x greater than required for observation from Earth. Should a similar-sized asteroid with similar energy be identified to be on an Earth-impact trajectory, this same deflection applied approximated 10 years prior to Earth encounter would be sufficient to avoid regional-scale devastation on the Earth. 

HOPTALK – HEALTHY SKIN THROUGHOUT THE AGES. 11:15am – 12:15pm. Mason Hall Auditorium.
With over 30 years of experience, join Johns Hopkins Medicine-trained dermatologists Dr. Diane Orlinsky and Dr. Eva Simmons-O’Brien as they share their knowledge about skin care at all ages, from products to procedures.

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS TOUR. 11:30am – 1pm. Johns Hopkins University Press – 2715 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218-3263. Shuttle departs from Mason Hall Circle at 11am.
Tour the editorial offices of America’s oldest university press and follow “The Life of a Book” from its acquisition through its design, publication, and distribution in print and online. 

EVERGREEN MUSEUM & LIBRARY TOUR. 12 – 1pm. Evergreen Museum & Library – 4545 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21210. Shuttle departs from Mason Hall Circle at 11:30am.
On a docent-led tour of Evergreen Museum and Library, you will see 15 rooms of the Gilded Age mansion, plus many objects in its vast collection, including the 30,000-volume John Work Garrett Library, Tiffany glass, Asian ceramics, and artwork by artists such as Picasso, Modigliani, Raoul Dufy, Zelda Fitzgerald, Diego Rivera, David Driskell, and more. Please note that due to the historical nature of the building, Evergreen is not wheelchair accessible and all tours require going up several flights of stairs.

HOMEWOOD MUSEUM TOUR. 12 – 1pm. Homewood Museum.
On a docent-led tour of Homewood House, learn about the history of the early 19th-century Baltimore and the people who resided at Homewood during that time, both free and enslaved. Also see 12 rooms of the Federal-era mansion, plus many objects in its collection, including furniture, ceramics, paintings, and silver. Please note that due to the historical nature of the building, Homewood Museum is not wheelchair accessible and all tours require going up several flights of stairs.

HOPTALK – A SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION: TEN MEN & WOMEN WHO REINVENTED AMERICAN MEDICINE. 12:30 – 1:30pm. Mason Hall Auditorium.
Join alumni Dr. Ralph Hruban (School of Medicine) and Will Linder (Krieger Arts & Sciences), in a discussion about their recently published book, A Scientific Revolution: Ten Men and Women Who Reinvented American Medicine, which recounts the stories of pivotal figures in Hopkins medical history who gave body and soul to transform medicine from a rough-and-ready trade to a scientific profession.

HOPTALK – ART AND SCIENCE WITH THE JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE. 1:45 – 2:45pm. Hodson 210.
Hear about the discoveries made by the James Webb Space Telescope within its first year of operation and the artistic practices behind some of the spectacular images produced here on the Homewood Campus.

MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION PROCESSING FACILITY OPEN HOUSE. 2:30 – 4pm. Materials Characterization and Processing Lab @ JHU Stieff Building – 800 Wyman Park Dr. Baltimore, MD 21211. Shuttles depart from Mason Hall Circle every 15 minutes beginning at 2:15pm.
Visit the newly designed Materials Characterization Processing (MCP) Facility and hear from MCP director, Mitra Taheri. The MCP is a hub for interdisciplinary materials research and gathers all new tools for testing physical properties, fabrication of materials, and characterization of inorganic and organic materials in a state-of-the-art vibration- and electromagnetic field-free environment. Shuttles will run from the Mason Hall Circle to the Stieff Silver Building every 15 minutes beginning at 2:15pm and running until 3:30pm. The last shuttle returning to Mason will be at 4pm.

ALUMNI LIFE DESIGN EXPERIENCE. 3 – 4pm. Imagine Center Lobby – 113 W University Pkwy. Baltimore, MD 21210.
Alums! Need a career change? Interested in re-designing your life? Join fellow alumni in learning about an innovative new offering called the ALUMNI LIFE DESIGN EXPERIENCE. 

HOMEWOOD CAMPUS TOUR.  3 – 4pm.  Meet behind Mason Hall, in Front of the Welcome Tent.
Tour campus and see the changes since your time at Homewood. Led by Blue Key student tour guides.

HOPTALK – KRIEGER SCHOOL’S JAMES B. KNAPP DEAN CHRISTOPHER CELENZA: ARTS & SCIENCES AND THE FUTURE OF UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION. 3 – 4pm. Mason Hall Auditorium.
Join us for a conversation with Dean Celenza, a historian and classicist, as he shares remarks and perspectives on the future of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. Engage with him on the arts and sciences, our students, and the importance of faculty discovery and expertise.

DEPARTMENTAL SHOWCASE. 4 – 6pm. Decker Quad Tent.
The Whiting School of Engineering and Krieger School of Arts & Sciences present the Departmental Showcase. Join JHU departments from across the institution as they give you a taste of what makes learning at Johns Hopkins so great! Jump right in and experience the types of learning JHU students see every day. You can test, touch, and try a variety of technologies and engage with manipulatives and other teaching tools as you make your way across the tent. 

STUDENT & ALUMNI COFFEE CHAT. 4 – 5pm. Imagine Center Lobby – 113 W University Pkwy, Baltimore, MD 21210.
Alumni are invited to meet with other alumni and students for conversation, networking, mentoring, and connection. Coffee, tea, and light refreshments will be provided. 

HOPTALK – BILLIE HOLIDAY AND BALTIMORE'S EARLY JAZZ HISTORY WITH BLOOMBERG DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH AND HISTORY, DR. LAWRENCE JACKSON. 4:15 – 5:15pm. Mudd Atrium and Auditorium. 
Please come join Dr. Lawrence Jackson for a viewing and lecture on the curated exhibit from the Billie Holiday Archives. Founded in 2017 by Lawrence P. Jackson, the Billie Holiday Center for Liberation Arts documents and disseminates the unique history of African American life, letter, and art in Baltimore, Maryland. The Center fosters robust intellectual and artistic encounters in the spaces of mutuality between Johns Hopkins University and historic African American neighborhoods and communities of Baltimore.

FASTFORWARD U OPEN HOUSE. 4:30 – 6:30pm. FastForward U – 320 W 29th St #200, Baltimore, MD 21211.
Student entrepreneurship has become a critical component of the student experience at Johns Hopkins University. FastForward U, Hopkins’ student entrepreneurship hub, works with all students, from undergrad to post-doc, to support their entrepreneurial pursuits and turn good ideas into investible businesses. Join us at FastForward U (FFU) for happy hour, mix and mingling, and a tour. You’ll have the chance to meet FFU staff, including Josh Ambrose (Director, Student Ventures), along with a handful of recent graduates who went through the FFU program and continue to make progress on their startups today!

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS OPEN HOUSE. 5 – 6:30pm. Brody Learning Commons.
Join the Hopkins Retrospective team for an open house in the Special Collections at the Sheridan Libraries. Archivists will showcase archival records from our collections that tell the stories of our community. We’ll display yearbooks and student newspapers, highlight records that reveal more about the experiences of underrepresented and marginalized groups at Hopkins, and take you back in time with historic photographs. If you’re interested in history and archives, this session is not to be missed!

BLUE JAY BBQ BASH. 6 – 8pm. Decker Quad Tent.
Kick off the weekend with fellow Blue Jays at a delicious dinner. BBQ meats, vegetarian options, beer and wine included. All are welcome!

COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATIONS WITH MARTHA S. JONES, SOCIETY OF BLACK ALUMNI PRESIDENTIAL PROFESSOR. 6 – 9pm. Gilman Atrium and Memorial Hall.
Please join the Society of Black Alumni (SOBA) for a gathering and dynamic, moderated discussion with Martha S. Jones, Society of Black Alumni Presidential Professor.

JONATHAN A. JARZYNA MEMORIAL POKER TOURNAMENT. 7 – 10pm. Student Lounge in Levering Hall.
Hosted by JHU PAWS. All proceeds go to the Maryland SPCA. Join us in this No Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament. $100 buy in for alumni ($25 for undergrads.) 100% of the entry fees go to the Maryland SPCA as a donation in Jon's memory.

YOUNG ALUMNI HAPPY HOUR. 7 – 9pm. Whitehall Mill Penguin Room – 3300 Clipper Mill Rd. Baltimore, MD 21211. Shuttles depart from Mason Hall Circle.
Join fellow young alumni as we celebrate Reunion Weekend! Mingle with old classmates and reminisce about your time on campus over beer, wine and heavy hors d'oeuvres. Lyft code will be provided for transportation.

ALUMNI WEEKEND ARTS SHOWCASE. 8 – 9pm. Shriver Hall Auditorium.
Experience the dynamic creativity of JHU’s talented performing and visual arts organizations in this arts showcase. Ranging from a capella, dance, music, and beyond, featured groups will be announced in February. 

BARNSTOMERS: SPRING AWAKENING. 8 – 10pm. Arellano Theater.
Enjoy the Barnstormers, Johns Hopkins University’s oldest and largest theatre organization, in a performance of Spring Awakening. This production includes discussion and visualization of graphic sexual content, sexual violence and abuse, suicide and self-harm, appearances of guns and knives, interpersonal violence, and profanity. 

YOUNG ALUMNI TENT PARTY. 9pm – 12am. Bloomberg Courtyard Tent. 
Don't miss this year's epic Young Alumni Tent Party! Includes entry to the tent party, 3 drink tickets, and food. Must be 21+ to attend with valid government issued ID.
 

SATURDAY, APRIL 25

YOUNG ALUMNI MIDNIGHT BREAKFAST. 12am – 1am. Gilman Hall Tunnel. 
Enjoy freshly made waffles and other breakfast favorites after a night of fun .

BUILDING COMMUNITY TENT. 8am – 8pm. Decker Quad Tent.
We are building new spaces to create stronger communities. Stop by the tent throughout Alumni Weekend to get a sneak peek at facilities designed to foster civic discourse, a social hub for all Hopkins students, and a flagship building for our D.C.-based programs. 

PRESIDENT & DEANS’ BREAKFAST. 8:30 – 10am. Wyman Quad Tent.
President Ron Daniels, Dean Christopher Celenza, and Dean T.E. Schlesinger share their vision for the future of the University. Space limited.

JUNIOR JAYS LACROSSE CLINIC. 9 – 10:30am. Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center Practice Field.
For children ages 6–12. Enjoy drills and scrimmages coached by the Boys' Latin Men's Lacrosse team. Everyone gets to take home a children's lacrosse stick along with other goodies from our athletic department.

YOGA & MINDFULNESS. 9:15 – 10:15am. Great Hall in Levering Hall.

COLLEGE BOUND INFO SESSION & CAMPUS TOUR. 9:30 – 11am. Hodson 210.
For college-bound, high school students and their families. Followed by a campus tour.

BLUE JAY KIDS CLUB FAMILY ACTIVITIES. 10am – 2pm. Back of Decker Quad Welcome Tent. In front of Garland Hall. Rain Location: TBD. 
Take a break during your day on campus to have fun with your little ones!

HOMEWOOD CAMPUS TOUR. 10 – 11am. Meet behind Mason Hall. 
Tour campus and see the changes since your time at Homewood. Led by Blue Key student tour guides.

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS TOUR 2. 10 – 11:30am.  Johns Hopkins University Press – 2715 N Charles St. Baltimore MD 21218. Shuttle departs from Mason Hall Circle at 9:30am.
Tour the editorial offices of America's oldest university press and follow "The Life of a Book" from its acquisition through its design, publication, and distribution in print and online. Space is limited.

PHI MU ALUMNAE BRUNCH. 10am – 12pm. Hodson Lobby.
Stop by to chat with your sisters over bagels and coffee!

HEALTHY EATING WITH JOHNS HOPKINS CULINARY EXPERTS. 10:30 – 11:30am. Location: Glass Pavilion.

Avocado

Join Chef Pedro Duarte and Catering Director Virginia Lane from JHU dining as they demonstrate how to make a tasty avocado based snack. Face off against fellow attendees in a challenge to see who can make a better reconstructed avocado based on taste, assembly, and garnish.

HOPTALK - A HIVE OF ACTIVITY:  THE NEW HOPKINS STUDENT CENTER. 10:30 – 11:30am. Hodson 210.
Construction is well underway for the new Hopkins Student Center, which will feature flexible spaces for a variety of uses. Hear from Vice Provost of Student Affairs Rachelle Hernandez about how the Student Center will transform campus and student life at Hopkins.

SOUND BATH. 10:30 – 11:30am. Location: TBD.
Enjoy a meditative experience. First time-ers welcome!

CAREER ALUMNI: THOUGHTS AND OPINIONS. 11am – 12pm. Mason Hall Auditorium.
Adam Baumgartner, ME '10, interviews 3 alumni who share their experiences in career and life post Hopkins. Networking session and lite bites to follow. Panelists include:

- Will Shepardson, 2013, Product Manager, Waymo, San Francisco, CA
- Randy Bell, 2013, Implementation Engineer, Werfen North America, Orlando, FL
- Rebecca Krishnan-Ayer, 2013, Business Development & Marketing, White & Case, Stockholm, Sweden

YOUNG ALUMNI BRUNCH. 11am – 1pm. Location: TBD.
Join your fellow Blue Jays for brunch before the Lacrosse game. Brunch will include a full buffet with bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s as well as fun giveaways and raffle items such as Hopkins branded Yeti items. Classes 2018 - 2022 are invited to attend.

TRADITIONAL CRAB CAKE LUNCH. 11:30am – 1:30pm. Decker Quad Tent. 
Enjoy crab cakes and other Maryland favorites before the Homecoming Lacrosse Game!

PHUTURES #100 ALUMNI VIOCES PROJECT. 12 – 6pm. Imagine Center Lobby - 113 W University Pkwy. Baltimore, MD 21210. 
Stop by and explore the #100 Alumni Voices Project at the Imagine Center. Here you will find an exciting collection of stories from a diverse group of Johns Hopkins doctoral alumni who share their unique personal and professional journeys at Hopkins and beyond. Listen to podcast conversations or view inspirational images and text - all celebrating how our identities intersect with the different paths we create for ourselves in the world. Come be a part of it! Join us to connect, learn, and immerse yourself in inspiration! Drop by any time between 12 - 6pm. 

HOMECOMING LACROSSE GAME: JOHNS HOPKINS VS. OHIO STATE. 2pm. Homewood Field.
Game ticket required. Ticket quantities are limited. New game day policies can be found HERE.  

SOBA BLACK AND BLUE TAILGATE. 1 – 3pm. Location: TBD. 
Come to the Homewood Campus Saturday afternoon to network and grab a bite, hang out, or wander over to the Lacrosse Game!

BAILA! DANCE SHOWCASE. 3 – 4pm. Shriver Hall Auditorium.

EVERGREEN MUSEUM & LIBRARY TOUR. 3 – 4pm. Evergreen Museum & Library – 4545 N Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21210. Shuttle departs from Mason Hall Circle at 2:30pm. 
On a docent-led tour of Evergreen Museum and Library, you will see 15 rooms of the Gilded Age mansion, plus many objects in its vast collection, including the 30,000-volume John Work Garrett Library, Tiffany glass, Asian ceramics, and artwork by artists such as Picasso, Modigliani, Raoul Dufy, Zelda Fitzgerald, Diego Rivera, David Driskell, and more. Please note that due to the historical nature of the building, Evergreen is not wheelchair accessible and all tours require going up several flights of stairs.

HOMEWOOD MUSEUM TOUR. 3 – 4pm. Homewood Museum. 
On a docent-led tour of Homewood House, learn about the history of the early 19th-century Baltimore and the people who resided at Homewood during that time, both free and enslaved. Also see 12 rooms of the Federal-era mansion, plus many objects in its collection, including furniture, ceramics, paintings, and silver. Please note that due to the historical nature of the building, Homewood Museum is not wheelchair accessible and all tours require going up several flights of stairs.

CAMP BLUE JAY. 4pm – 11pm. Levering Marketplace, 1st Floor entrance.
Childcare for kids ages 5 – 12 will be provided while you attend your class dinners and parties! Dinner, crafts, activities and snacks will be provided. Kids’ friendly movie will also be shown later in the evening.

LAN YUN BLUE ORCHIDS DANCE SHOWCASE. 7 – 8pm. Shriver Hall Auditorium. 

BARNSTOMERS: SPRING AWAKENING. 8 – 10pm. Arellano Theater.
Enjoy the Barnstormers, Johns Hopkins University’s oldest and largest theatre organization, in a performance of Spring Awakening. This production includes discussion and visualization of graphic sexual content, sexual violence and abuse, suicide and self-harm, appearances of guns and knives, interpersonal violence, and profanity. 

SOBA SATURDAY SOCIAL: GAME NIGHT & MIXER.  8pm – 12am. Location: TBD.
Complete the weekend festivities with an evening of games, friends, and lite fare - hit the dance floor after 10pm. 

THE HULLABALOOZA. 9pm – 12:30am. Decker Quad Tent.
The party where your yearbook comes back to life! Live band, cash bar, and lots of fun! One drink ticket is included for guests 21+.

 

SUNDAY, APRIL 16

ALUMNI BAGEL BRUNCH WITH HILLEL. 9am – 12pm. Hopkins Hillel. The Smokler Center for Jewish Life, Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building, 3109 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218.
Come reconnect with old friends and enjoy Kosher bagels, shmear, fruit and desserts.

YOGA & MINDFULNESS. 9:15 – 10:15am. Great Hall in Levering Hall.

ALUMNI WEEKEND CHAMPAGNE BUFFET BRUNCH. 10am – 12pm. Decker Quad Tent. 
As you bid farewell to the Homewood campus, join us for a full delicious brunch including Bloody Mary's and Mimosas. All are welcome.

TOPGOLF OUTING. 10am – 12pm. Topgolf Baltimore – 1411 Warner St. Baltimore, MD 21230.
Whether you golf all the time or have never swung a club, take aim at the giant outfield targets with high-tech self-scoring golf balls. Brunch included. 

JHU PRIDE BRUNCH AT GERTRUDE'S. 11am – 1pm. Gertrude's at the BMA, 10 Art Museum Dr. Baltimore, MD 21218.
Join the Alumni JHU Pride Affinity, Carey Business School Pride Alumni Network, Carey Business School Pride Business Association, and graduate and undergraduate current students for an amazing brunch, a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community at Hopkins, and a wonderful opportunity for informal networking! Space is limited.

GUINNESS OPEN GATE BREWERY BALTIMORE TOUR & TASTING. 11:30am – 1pm. Guinness Open Gate Brewery – 5001 Washington Blvd. Halethorpe, MD 21227.
Join us for a guided tour of Guinness Open Gate Brewery and a tasting of some of their most popular brews. Transportation not provided. Make sure to arrive 15 minutes early.

GUINNESS OPEN GATE BREWERY BALTIMORE TOUR & TASTING. 1:30 – 3pm. Guinness Open Gate Brewery – 5001 Washington Blvd. Halethorpe, MD 21227.
Transportation not provided. Make sure to arrive 15 minutes early.

JAYWALK AND JOSH DANCE SHOWCASE. 3 – 4pm. Shriver Hall Auditorium. 

BARNSTOMERS: SPRING AWAKENING. 3 – 5pm. Arellano Theater.
Enjoy the Barnstormers, Johns Hopkins University’s oldest and largest theatre organization, in a performance of Spring Awakening. This production includes discussion and visualization of graphic sexual content, sexual violence and abuse, suicide and self-harm, appearances of guns and knives, interpersonal violence, and profanity. 

 

REUNION CLASS FESTIVITIES

GOLDEN JAYS
Homecoming Crab Cake Lunch: Classes 1948 – 1963 

Saturday, 11:30am – 1:30pm. Gertrude's Restaurant in the Baltimore Museum of Art.

CLASS OF 1968
55th Reunion Brunch & Memorial Service

Saturday, 9:30 – 11:30am. Gilman Atrium and Memorial Hall.
55th Reunion Class Seating at the Homecoming Lacrosse Game
Saturday, 2 – 4pm. Homewood Field.
55th Reunion Celebration 
Saturday, 4:30 – 7pm. O'Connor Recreation Center, Multi-Purpose Room B, 3rd Floor 

CLASS OF 1973
Class of 1973 - The Latest News from the James Webb Space Telescope

Saturday, 10:15 – 11:15am. Gilman 50.
50th Reunion Class Seating at the Homecoming Lacrosse Game
Saturday, 1:30 – 4pm. Homewood Field.
50th Reunion Memorial Service
Saturday, 6 – 6:30pm. Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy Auditorium.
50th Reunion Class Dinner
Saturday, 6:30 – 9:30pm. Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy.

CLASS OF 1978
45th Reunion Cocktail Party 

Friday, 6 – 8pm. O'Connor Recreation Center Program Room and Terrace.
45th Reunion Class Celebration
Saturday, 7 – 10pm. Gertrude's Restaurant in the Baltimore Museum of Art – 10 Art Museum Dr. Baltimore, MD 21218.

CLASS OF 1983
40th Reunion Class Celebration 

Saturday, 6:30 – 9:30pm. Mudd Atrium.

CLASS OF 1988
35th Reunion Class Celebration

Saturday, 6:30 – 9:30pm. Hodson Hall Lobby and Terrace.

CLASS OF 1993
30th Reunion Class Celebration

Saturday, 6 – 9pm. Great Hall and Student Lounge in Levering Hall.

CLASS OF 1998
25th Reunion Arrival Welcome Party

Friday, 7 – 11pm. Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, Mezzanine Level – 200 International Dr. Baltimore, MD 21202. 
25th Reunion Class Seating at The Homecoming Lacrosse Game
Saturday, 1:30 – 4pm. Homewood Field.
25th Reunion Class Celebration
Saturday, 7 – 10pm. Glass Pavilion in Levering Hall.

CLASS OF 2003
20th Reunion Class Celebration

Saturday, 4 – 6:30pm. O'Connor Recreation Center Program room and Terrace.

CLASS OF 2008
15th Reunion Class Celebration

Saturday, 7 – 10pm. Mason Hall Lobby.

CLASS OF 2013
10th Reunion Class Celebration

Saturday, 6:30 – 9:30pm. Gilman Atrium and Memorial Hall.

CLASS OF 2018
5th Reunion Class Celebration

Saturday, 6:30 – 9:30pm. Nolan’s on 33rd - 3301 N Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21218.

CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL ALUMNI WEEKEND EVENTS

THURSDAY, APRIL 13

DEDICATION & INSTALLATION OF THE WM. POLK CAREY DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR. 5 – 7pm. Mason Hall Auditorium and Colonnade.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School will welcome Michael Keane as our next Wm. Polk Carey Distinguished Professor with a dedication and installation ceremony. Join us as we celebrate Professor Keane’s achievements and recognize his contributions to labor and health economics. A reception with light refreshments will take place immediately following the ceremony.

FRIDAY, APRIL 14

CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL: ALUMNI WEEKEND WELCOME RECEPTION 6 – 8pm. Carey Business School Harbor East Campus – 100 International Drive, 24 A/B Baltimore, MD 21202.
Kick off Carey Alumni Weekend with fellow alumni, students, faculty, and friends. Guests can reconnect with Carey classmates, make new connections, enjoy some delicious bites at this evening reception, as well as hear a school update from Dean Alex Triantis. This will be the exclusive opportunity to pick up Carey-branded swag. Spouses and partners are welcome.

SATURDAY, APRIL 15

RISE & SHINE WITH CAREY AT THE MARYLAND ZOO. 9:30 – 11:30am. Location: Maryland Zoo - 1 Safari Pl. Baltimore, MD 21217.
Grab a chair or picnic blanket and join members of the Carey community for a day at the Maryland Zoo. Enjoy activities for all ages, light breakfast, and a guest appearance from a local resident.

ELEVATE YOUR PITCH LUNCH. 12 – 1:30pm. Location: FastForward U - 320 W 29th St. #200, Baltimore, MD 21211.
Have a new idea or a previous idea you’re interested in getting feedback on? Join us for our Elevate Your Pitch lunch. Briefly share your pitch during the open mic session and receive real-time feedback from Carey faculty and colleagues working in the industry. Space is limited.

CAREY REUNITED: CLASS OF 2013. 4 – 6pm. Location: James Joyce Baltimore - 616 President St. Baltimore, MD 21202.
Let’s reconnect! Join members of the class of 2018 for an afternoon of mingling and an opportunity to celebrate this 5-year milestone over delicious bites. Spouses and partners are welcome.

CAREY REUNITED: CLASS OF 2018. 4:30 – 6:30pm. Location: Blackwall Hitch - 700 E Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202.
Let’s reconnect! Join members of the class of 2018 for an afternoon of mingling and an opportunity to celebrate this 5-year milestone over delicious bites. Spouses and partners are welcome.

SUNDAY, APRIL 16

JHU PRIDE BRUNCH AT GERTRUDE'S. 11am – 1pm. Gertrude's at the BMA, 10 Art Museum Dr. Baltimore, MD 21218.
Join the Alumni JHU Pride Affinity, Carey Business School Pride Alumni Network, Carey Business School Pride Business Association, and graduate and undergraduate current students for an amazing brunch, a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community at Hopkins, and a wonderful opportunity for informal networking! Space is limited.

 

Disclaimer: 
The perspectives and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) during this program are those of the speaker(s) and not, necessarily, those of Johns Hopkins University and the scheduling of any speaker at an alumni event or program does not constitute the University’s endorsement of the speaker’s perspectives and opinions.