The Johns Hopkins Gazette: December 11, 2000

December 11, 2000
VOL. 30, NO. 14

Institute on fundamental research is announced
Hodson Trust gives record grant in 2000
Memorial service to be held today for Pamela Tucker, faculty member
MAPS students search for keys to inner city revival
HopkinsHealth announces first of its initial partners
SPSBE names director of Business Medical Programs
Peace and music
Job Opportunities
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Cast call for new theater course
John Astin is returning to the Homewood campus. The Hopkins graduate and actor, who is perhaps best known for his role as Gomez on The Addams Family television series, has agreed to teach a workshop called Acting and Directing next semester, to coincide with the opening of the new student arts center.
   The undergraduate workshop is being offered through The Writing Seminars Department in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
   "When Astin attended Hopkins," said John Irwin, the Decker Professor in the Humanities, "it was called the Department of Writing, Speech and Drama. This course is taking the department back to its roots." Full story...

United Way campaign goes over the top
The 2000 Johns Hopkins United Way Campaign chairs are pleased to announce that Hopkins has exceeded its overall goal by nearly 9 percent. With just days to go in the official campaign, the combined contributions from those at the university, JHM and APL total $1,950,000. Full story...

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