Moving Forward With Private Police Plans, Johns Hopkins Hires Former Police Commissioner As Public Safety VPJohns Hopkins is moving forward with plans to create its own police force.
Johns Hopkins University Awards Nearly $6 Million To 9 Baltimore Violence Reduction ProjectsJohns Hopkins University’s Innovation Fund for Community Safety awarded nearly $6 million in grants to grassroots projects aimed at preventing violence in Baltimore.
Researchers Say There Is No Proof That Johns Hopkins Owned SlavesThe long-standing claims that Johns Hopkins was a staunch abolitionist were shattered last December when JHU announced that it had strong evidence that its founder owned slaves. However, a group of researchers shared new evidence that proves he did not.
Chouquette Chocolates Is Selling Chocolate-Covered Cicadas, Shares Recipe A Maryland-based candy shop is selling chocolate-covered cicadas for the brave people who want to make the most out their emergence.
Johns Hopkins University To Pair Baltimore Crisis Inc. Workers With Security For Mental Health CallsA third of calls coming into Johns Hopkins University's Campus and Security Office are incidents of a mental health-related crisis. This has led the university to create a new program pairing campus officers with a member from a behavioral health crisis support team.
Eating Cicadas Is Actually Good For The Environment And Apparently They Taste Like ShrimpCicadas will soon be crawling all over Maryland and believe it or not, that means plenty of opportunities to try out a new snack, according to one Johns Hopkins professor.
Michael Bloomberg Donates $150M To Johns Hopkins University For Diversity STEM IntiativeBillionaire Michael Bloomberg donated $150 million to Johns Hopkins University.
Johns Hopkins University Requiring All Students To Get COVID-19 Vaccine To Come Back To Campus This Fall Johns Hopkins University will require all students who plan to be on campus in the fall be vaccinated or have religious or health exemption.
Johns Hopkins University Researchers Say Maryland's COVID-19 Vaccine Website Is Least Accessible For Those With DisabilitiesJohns Hopkins University created a dashboard ranking how well states are making their COVID-19 vaccine websites accessible for those with disabilities.
Johns Hopkins Launches New Tool To Track COVID Pandemic's Impact On EducationJohns Hopkins University launched a new tool Friday that tracks the coronavirus pandemic's impact on education.
Majority Of Americans Supports Measures That Could Stop Spread Of COVID-19, Johns Hopkins Survey FindsA study from Johns Hopkins researchers found the majority of Americans support measures that could stop the spread of COVID-19, like social distancing and mask wearing, but some groups continued to resist safety measures.
Johns Hopkins Launches COVID-19 Vaccination Tracker For TeachersAs students and staff return to the classroom, state leaders are working to get every teacher vaccinated. Now, there's a way to track the progress.
Johns Hopkins University Increases Testing, Imposes Gathering Restrictions Amid COVID-19 OutbreakSpring semester began Tuesday at Johns Hopkins University, and undergrads were almost immediately informed in-person classes were suspended after the University said it detected a “cluster” of COVID-19 cases.
Johns Hopkins University Suspends In-Person Classes Wednesday, Thursday Due To COVID-19 Case ClusterIn-person undergraduate classes at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood campus are being suspended Wednesday and Thursday after the university said it detected a "cluster" of COVID-19 cases.
Four Swastikas Found Etched Into Johns Hopkins University Dorm ElevatorJohns Hopkins University officials are investigating after four swastikas were found etched into the walls of a dormitory elevator on the Peabody Institute campus.