Johns Hopkins Day at Six Flags
Saturday, July 30, is the second annual Johns Hopkins Day
at Six Flags America in Maryland. Tickets are $18.30 per
person; free for children 3 and under. Parking is $6 per
vehicle. Food vouchers for selected meals from park vendors
are available for $7.35 per meal. Six Flags is open from
10:30 a.m. until 10 p.m.
For information on ordering tickets, go to
CLF Innovation Grants Request for
Proposals are due July 15 for Faculty and Student
Innovation Grants, 2005-2006, from the Center for a Livable
Future. The grants support innovative, interdisciplinary
and/or interdepartmental study by faculty, fellows and
students. The overall purpose of these grants is to
encourage new visionary work that focuses on how to achieve
a livable future by using resources equitably and
sustainably, improving health for all and leaving a world
fit for future generations.
Particular emphasis is placed on the interactions
among diet and consumption, human health, food production
and food security, equity, the environment and the world's
resources. Ethical and social considerations are taken into
For details, an application, and examples of previous
projects, go to
For more information, contact Kelly Hoban Green at
410-502-0067 or e-mail
Green Thumbs Wanted
Avid gardeners (or anyone who likes to work outside) are
needed to help spruce up a community garden in East
Baltimore on Saturday, June 18, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Volunteers will construct two triangular raised flower
beds, turn some of the soil and mulch the garden.
JHHS Community Services is teaming up with HEBCAC to
sponsor this gardening day. To volunteer or for more
information, call Carolyn Chance at 410-614-2430 or e-mail
Enrollment Open for Summer ESL
The Intensive English as a Second Language Program is now
enrolling students for its 11th summer session, July 5 to
Students and professionals from many countries come
together for five weeks of concentrated language practice.
Experienced faculty guide participants through daily
classes in oral communication, reading/writing, TOEFL Prep,
and English for Medical Professionals. Participants can
take either the full program of two morning classes and one
afternoon class, or selected classes to meet their language
and scheduling needs.
Tuition for the full program of three classes is
$2,300; tuition per class is $795. Faculty and staff should
contact their HR office about tuition remission
eligibility. Registration continues through June 24. For
more information and registration, go to www.jhu.edu/ltc/esl
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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