Open Office Hours
Charlene Hayes, vice president for human
resources, will hold open office hours in January from
1:30 to 2:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 8, in room 512, Suite 501
in the 1830 Building; and from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., Tues.,
Jan. 13, at 617N Wyman Park Building on the Homewood
campus. For more information, call the Office of the Vice
President for Human Resources, at 410-516-8113.
Welch Library Deliveries
A new service of the
Welch Medical Library gives JHMI faculty and staff the
option of having library books delivered to their offices
within two days of a request. Deliveries are not available
To use the free delivery service, go to
Search for the book in the libraries catalog, and click the
blue "Request" button. When asked for a pickup location,
enter your JHMI department office; in the comments field,
enter your office address and an e-mail address or phone
number. Supply your library barcode number and pin and then
click submit request.
Grant Writing Workshop
The Professional Development Office at JHMI is sponsoring
the second part of a two-day grant-writing workshop, open
only to junior faculty. The second part of the workshop
consists of small group discussions of participants'
abstracts and specific aims. Participants will choose one
of three dates — Jan. 12, 13 or 15 — for this
session, which is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
1830 Building, room 2-108.
One week prior to the second session, participants must
submit a draft of their abstract and specific aims. In
addition to discussing these sections of the application in
small groups, all participants will receive a written
critique of their abstract and specific aims from the
course instructor, Wendy Sanders, director of the
Professional Development Office and a member of the School
of Medicine faculty. To register for the workshop, call
410-502-2804 or e-mail
email@example.com. Space is limited to 40
Provost's Undergraduate Research
In an effort to encourage undergraduates to engage in
research activity, the Provost's
Undergraduate Research Awards program was initiated in
1993. The program was founded on the belief that
involvement in research not only enhances a student's
learning experience but helps develop important skills in
proposal writing, obtaining research funding, carrying out
a project and reporting the results.
Hundreds of students have since participated in projects
embracing topics as diverse as archaeology, art history,
gene development and techno-pop music.
The research is performed in either the summer or the fall,
and any freshman, sophomore or junior in Arts and Sciences,
Engineering, Nursing or Peabody is eligible to apply for
the awards, which are granted in amounts of up to $3,000
with the option of conducting the research for academic
credit. The Hodson Trust has donated funding for this
Applications for summer proposals are due by noon on March
5, and for fall by noon on April 2, in the office of
Theodore O. Poehler, vice provost for research, 276
Garland, Homewood campus.
For more details, go to
www.jhu.edu/pura or call 410-516-8671.
The group meets weekly at noon on Wednesdays in Room 161 of
the Offit building, Mattin Center, Homewood campus. Open to
anyone who has eating problems and compulsions, the
organization charges no fees or dues. For information, call
410-516-7154, 410-516-5554 or go to
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