Where's Marty? Visiting With Civic Works At The Clifton MansionThis morning we were at the historic Clifton Mansion in Clifton Park. It was built in 1803 by shipping magnate Henry Thompson and later sold to Johns Hopkins, who made it his summer home. Having Johns Hopkins himself on the resume is a showstopper, but these days the mansion is home to Civic Works, Baltimore's service corporation.
Author D. Watkins To Make Commencement Address At Johns Hopkins School Of Education GraduationIt's a triumphant return for Watkins, who earned his master’s degree in education and a graduate certification in urban education at the university in 2011.
Hopkins Uses AI To Develop A Bot That Answers Questions About The COVID-19 VaccineThe Vaccine Information Resource Assistant, or “VIRA,” chatbot allows anyone to access trustworthy, accurate and up-to-date information on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Inflammation Could Be The Reason For COVID-19 Loss Of Smell, Hopkins Study FindsAnosmia--loss of smell--is a frequent and sometimes long-term symptom associated with COVID-19 infections.
9 People Shot Since Friday In Baltimore; Police Union Criticizes Mayor, Commissioner For ‘Lawlessness’Baltimore police responded to nine shootings across the city from Friday to Sunday and more than 40 robberies.
Witness Describes Violent Carjacking That Injured Baltimore Trauma DoctorA witness to a violent carjacking that injured a trauma doctor on Friday is speaking out.
Maryland Commits Over $200M To Cancer Treatment, Research InitiativeGovernor Larry Hogan, who is a cancer survivor, said the program will save lives.
US Has Been Undercounting People Living In Poverty, Hopkins Economist SaysThe U.S. has been undercounting the number of Americans living in poverty by millions, according to a Johns Hopkins economist.
USC Extends Basketball Coach Andy Enfield, Who Had Been Linked To UMD JobUSC extended men's basketball coach Andy Enfield through the 2027-28 season, ending the possibility of the Pennsylvania native and former Hopkins shooting guard taking the job with the Maryland Terrapins.
Johns Hopkins And UMMS To Send More Than $4 Million In Medical Supplies To UkraineThe University of Maryland Medical System and Johns Hopkins Medicine are donating more than $4 million in medical supplies to Ukraine to support its citizens as Russia invades and destroys their country.
It's Not Just Love That Can Break Your HeartAbout 2% of people who are seen in the emergency room for a heart attack may have 'broken heart syndrome,' according to estimates.
JHU Applied Physics Lab Lands On Glassdoor's Best Places To Work ListGlassdoor, a website where employees can anonymously review the companies they work for, made the list using the millions of reviews on the site.
Johns Hopkins Hosts COVID-19 Vaccination Virtual CourseJohns Hopkins University has launched a free virtual course to teach people how to talk to parents about the COVID-19 vaccine for children.
New Maryland Science Center Exhibit Goes Inside The Human BodyThe Maryland Science Center's newest 12,000-square-foot exhibit provides 35 hands-on activities and sensory experiences presenting educational information about how the human body reacts and adapts.
Hopkins Astrophysicist Receives One Of The Nation's Oldest Scientific PrizesJohns Hopkins University astrophysicist Dr. Charles Bennett was awarded one of the oldest scientific prizes in the nation for his role in leading a NASA mission to measure the origin and development of the universe.