Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Reimagine Kickstart Kit: DEI and URM Resources

Reimagine continues its series of Kickstart Kits, where we present you with different resources available to Hopkins students. Our previous editions were for undergraduate and graduate school students, check them out if you haven’t yet.

This week’s edition of Kickstart …

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The E-Book of Campus Recruiting (Top 10 best practices)

Summer is the season for Campus Recruiting. You’re excited to hire new, eager to learn blood to your workforce. But you realize, you don’t know where to start!

Attracting Gen Z candidates is challenging. Standing out from other companies at …

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JHU senior awarded Luce Scholarship

Originally written by Jacob Budenz for The Hub in March 2021.

Nihaal Rahman will work to develop sustainable solutions to malnutrition among children during a year of working abroad.

From a young age, Johns Hopkins senior Nihaal Rahman has dedicated …

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Women of Whiting symposium focuses on self-advocacy at work and in life

Originally written by Sarah Tarney for The Hub in April 2021.

Exposure to science and engineering was part of the lives of both Kristin Gunnarsdottir and Golnoosh Kamali from childhood. A native of Iceland, Gunnarsdottir remembers lessons about things like …

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Redesigners for Justice: the leaders we need for an equitable future

At Creative Reaction Lab, we are keenly aware of the power of narrative in shaping perspectives and outcomes across identities and are especially intent on amplifying and centering the voices and narratives of those who have been ignored, erased, or …

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Fulbright grants have been awarded to 15 students and alumni from Johns Hopkins

Published on The Hub by Jacob Budenz in June 2021

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Supporting and Empowering Others to Grow

This material was published on OutGrowth in June 2021.

Castalia Vidaurri is an undergraduate student at Johns Hopkins University studying International Studies and Sociology in the Global Social Change and Development Program. She is passionate about ethical globalization, international development, …

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FLI students discuss post-graduation success

Article written by Katerina Frye for the JHU Newsletter, Nov 2019 As part of its Food for Thought Dinner Series, the Hopkins First-Generation, Low-Income (FLI) Network hosted a talk called “Post-Graduation Realities from a FLI Perspective” on Thursday, Nov. 7. …

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