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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University July 25, 2005 | Vol. 34 No. 40

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New home for SPSBE programs
Graduate Division of Education readies for move to Seton Court

Seton Court will soon house the Baltimore-based programs of SPSBE's Graduate Division of Education and some offices of the Eisenhower Library and JHU Press.

A nearly 100-year-old city landmark will soon become the home for SPSBE's Graduate Division of Education's Baltimore-based programs. In January, Education Division faculty and staff are scheduled to move into Seton Court, a 73,000-square-foot building on North Charles Street located between 28th and 29th streets, just south of the university's Homewood campus.
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Campaign on track to $2 billion
Johns Hopkins recently completed the second-best fund-raising year in its history and now lies squarely on track to achieve the ambitious $2 billion goal for its Knowledge for the World campaign.
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'9/11 Report' proceeds to go to SAIS fellowships
W.W. Norton & Co., the New York-based firm that served as publisher of the authorized edition of The 9/11 Commission Report, has donated $200,000 from the book's proceeds to establish an annual fellowship at Johns Hopkins' Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.
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LAX team honored at White House

Innovation is topic of first Johns Hopkins Government Forum

Child survival is affordable: $5.1 billion would save 6 million

KSAS researchers find where brain learns to make decisions

'South Quad' now Alonzo G. and Virginia G. Decker Quadrangle

Cole Porter, Buster Keaton and Boister of Baltimore: Indoors and out at Evergreen

Retreat to Homewood and amuse yourself

Guided Care Study launched to aid seniors with chronic conditions

Inexpensive tests can decide who needs HIV treatment in poor countries

Rum, of Duke, named head of JHM development and alumni relations

Experts warn of efforts to provide drug therapies to developing world


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