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Give It Your Best Shot: Reaching the Vaccine-Hesitant Young

2021 Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium

Nearly one in four young people is hesitant about COVID-19 vaccination, putting them at risk for severe disease.

How can public health officials reach adolescents and young people?
What messages in social media and elsewhere …

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Your Turn to Intern

The Your Turn to Intern (YTTI) Program is an exclusive program that was designed to provide resources and guidance to freshmen-junior Biomedical Engineering Undergraduates as they seek out summer internships.

About YTTI

The YTTI program began in Fall 2019 and through a …

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An Update on Study Abroad Spring 2022

Johns Hopkins University promotes intellectual discovery through academic exchanges, programs abroad, collaborative research, and cooperative agreements. More than 40% of JHU undergraduates have an international experience prior to graduation. Students participate in study abroad and international projects in over 50 …

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How to Get Your Abroad Program Approved

The Office of Study Abroad works closely with academic departments and faculty in developing and implementing study abroad opportunities for students. As Hopkins alumnus, you have the opportunity to strengthen our student by providing them with an option to study …

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Despite challenges from pandemic, JHU once again a top producer of Fulbright awardees

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

For the 11th year in a row, Johns Hopkins University appears on Chronicle of Higher Education‘s list of top producers for the 2020–21 Fulbright Scholarship application cycle. With 22 of …

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Hopkins Students Win Prizes at Virtual JHU Business Plan Competition

Originally written by Emily Myrick for The Hub in April 2021.

A platform that analyzes customer conversations to generate product insights and an electrochemotherapy catheter aiding in the treatment of advanced pancreatic cancers were among the new ventures that won …

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New Graduates Join Order of the Engineer

Originally written by Abby Lattes for The Hub in May 2021.

The Order of the Engineer ceremony, held Tuesday on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus, officially welcomed nearly 150 members of the graduating Class of 2021 to the engineering …

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Fall 2021 Conferences and Expo for Business Students and Alumni

The Ascend National Convention & Career Fair

The Ascend National Convention & Career Fair is the largest gathering of Pan-Asian business leaders and professionals in North America. 3,000+ top industry leaders, senior executives and professionals, along with MBAs and undergraduate …

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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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On-Campus Student Employment: Top Competencies and Hiring Areas

From dining halls and libraries to research labs and administrative offices, student employees can be seen throughout the campus fulfilling various roles and responsibilities for the institution.

Source: NASPA’s “Employment Student Success” 2019 Report 

Top 8 Student Employee Hiring Areas

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