The Johns Hopkins Gazette: April 29, 2002
April 29-
May 6

Johns Hopkins Gazette Online Edition

Security Office Change at JHMI -- Effective May 3, the ID Office and the Parking Office will combine and relocate to 108 Harvey/Nelson. The new location is directly behind the current ID office. The hours of operation will be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday. All ID badges, parking sign-ups and MTA passes will be handled at this more convenient location. The Parking Administration offices will remain in Suite 104, 550 Building.

Because of the move, the Parking and ID Office will be closed Friday, May 3, and will open on Monday, May 6. For information, call 410-955-5333.

Sickle Cell Support Group -- The first monthly meeting of a sickle cell support group will be Thursday, May 2, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center, conference room 2140. The group leader is social worker Anita Mentzer.

The group is sponsored by the Sickle Cell Program for Adults at Johns Hopkins. For information, call Sharon O'Neill at 410-955-7417.

New York City Day Trip -- The Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity is planning a trip for May 31. The trip will feature a tour of the Bloomberg LP corporate offices and a visit to the New York Stock Exchange, including an NYSE finance talk and VIP observation booth. The trip is open to the entire Hopkins community.

A chartered bus leaves the Columbia campus parking lot at 6 a.m., and returns at 9 p.m. Cost is $50 per person. Send checks, payable to Delta Sigma Pi, to Teresa Newman, 5957 Fern Court, Columbia, MD 21044-3698. For further details e-mail Stan Whatley at or phone 202-219-0717, or contact Veronica Black, 410-955-8132 or e-mail to

Sports Clinic for East Baltimore Youth -- The Hopkins Sports Clinic, for East Baltimore youth ages 8 to 12, has been scheduled for May 4 and May 11, from 8:30 to 9 a.m. for registration, and from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for the clinic, at the School of Medicine, 1620 McElderry St. (next to the tennis court).

Each day, the participants will attend two out of eight different stations consisting of activities such as basketball, tennis, football, soccer and arts and crafts. Participants will receive instruction in these sports as well as general etiquette in sportsmanship and teamwork. The activity is free and includes lunch.

First-year students at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine are presenting the event and are also accepting contributions toward it.

For information, contact Amir Ghaferi at 410-637-3607 or

Weldoc Inter-Library Loan Tutorial Available -- A new Weldoc tutorial, "Ordering Documents Using Weldoc," designed to help the user through the process can be found at

Weldoc is a service of the Welch Medical Library that allows users to order journal articles from their desktops. Weldoc is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Personal information needs to be entered only once, at the time of the first request; e-mails notify the user automatically when an item arrives. Through Weldoc, users can track requests automatically and view a history of all requests.

Visit Weldoc on the Web at