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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 19, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 31

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Public Health celebrates 12-year buildout
Rededication this week marks completion of final pieces of campus

The new Washington Street facade

All the "Lego pieces" are now in place. The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health officially unveils this week the 12-year construction and renovation project that has nearly doubled the size of the facility and extensively modernized the look and feel of the 78-year-old campus.
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All-ages Physics Fair to make its debut Saturday
There will be questions and lots of answers, sprinkled with generous amounts of fun, at the inaugural Johns Hopkins Physics Fair. The all-ages event, sponsored by the Department of Physics and Astronomy, will be held from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, in Homewood's Bloomberg Center.
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Inaugural Brain Awareness Week begins today on Homewood campus
The Scarecrow wished he had one; Johns Hopkins' neuroscience undergraduate honor society wishes the public knew more about it — a brain, that is. NuRhoPsi, in conjunction with the Neuroscience Program in KSAS' Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, will host the school's inaugural Brain Awareness Week, a series of panel and information sessions on the most sophisticated of organs.
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SPH to assess Afghanistan's health system, set up finance plan for future

Fair days ahead: Spring forecast sees three days of food, fun and games

Entrepreneur Jeong H. Kim to give Blumenthal Lecture on Yurie Systems

Study: 'Switched-off' genes put first chink in colon cell's anti-tumor armor


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