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The GPS: The Graduate School’s bi-weekly email for students

Award nomination information, learning people skills, and Ron Daniels.

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What Universities Owe Democracy: A Conversation with Ronald J. Daniels

Join What Universities Owe Democracy: A Conversation with Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels.

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The GPS: The Graduate School’s bi-weekly email for students

Welcome to the spring 2022 semester, Graduate Certificate in Innovation, Leadership and Management, and website redesign.

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Welcome to the spring 2022 semester

A message of welcome to graduate students from The Graduate School’s Dean Suzanne Barbour.

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Dissertation boot camp supports graduate students through the rigors of the writing process 

Natalia Rebolledo Fuentealba, (’21 Ph.D.) an international graduate student from Chile, turned to dissertation boot camp, professional development programming offered by The Writing Center and The Graduate School, to improve her writing skills as she worked on her dissertation in nutrition.  The boot camp, which has been offered routinely since 2010 to doctoral … Continued

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A world of possibility and promise—the pursuit of a Ph.D. and supporting the next generation of leaders

The Roy and Mary Alice Smith Fellowship Endowed Fund, through The Graduate School, will support graduate students in the Department of Chemistry. The department is part of the College of Arts & Sciences.

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Celebrating winter 2021 commencement

Six hundred and seventy two graduate students received their master’s degree or Ph.D. during the winter 2021 commencement ceremony.

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The Graduate School welcomes Buck Goldstein as executive in residence for CareerWell

Buck Goldstein ’70 (’76 JD) will join The Graduate School’s CareerWell program as an executive in residence, effective January 2022.

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