SOM to hold Basic Science Town Meeting on
The next Basic Science Town Meeting with Edward D. Miller,
dean of the School of Medicine and CEO of Johns Hopkins
Medicine, and Chi Van Dang, vice dean for research in the
School of Medicine, will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. on
Friday, Jan. 9, in 612 Physiology, East Baltimore campus.
The agenda will include "IBBS Initiatives: Identification
Homewood wireless computer network to have ID
The primary identification name for the wireless computing
network at the Homewood campus will change from "jhmiradio"
to "standard" no later than Jan. 26, the beginning of
spring semester classes.
This change could affect the connectivity of any networked
wireless device, such as a laptop, handheld or PDA.
The newer "standard" wireless network, introduced by the
Johns Hopkins Network
Services group during the fall 2003 semester, has
enhanced security features, according to Calvin Sproul,
manager of network architecture and design.
During the winter break, "standard" will become the primary
means to connect to the wireless network on the Homewood
campus. The "jhmiradio" broadcast name will remain active
but will be relegated to secondary status until it is
retired for the fall 2004 semester.
Anyone having problems connecting to "jhmiradio" after the
switch takes place should configure his or her wireless
device for the "standard" network. For instructions to make
this change, go to
For additional assistance, call Kimberly Kelly at
410-516-7620 or send e-mail to
SAIS faculty members write about dimensions of
In the recently published 2003 issue of SAISPHERE, the
annual SAIS publication, several members of the faculty
explore the various dimensions of diplomacy and how it is
practiced today — particularly by the United States
— to achieve a range of foreign policy objectives.
Among the articles are "Dimensions of Diplomacy" by I.
William Zartman; "The Rhetoric and Reality of American
Foreign Policy" by Piero Gleijeses; "Unilateral and
Multilateral Peacemaking in the Middle East" by Saadia
Touval; "Holding Court at the Palais Wilson" by Ruth
Wedgwood; "Diplomatic Dilemmas in Korea" by Kent Calder;
"Diplomacy vs. Disease" by Scott Barrett; "Transatlantic
Tensions" by Daniel Hamilton; "U.S. Trade Diplomacy:
Playing the Regional Card" by Michael Plummer; "India and
Pakistan Challenge American Diplomacy" by Walter Andersen;
and "Diplomacy in Africa" by I. William Zartman.
An online version of the issue is available at
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