Museum Shops Sale
The museum shops at Evergreen House
House are having an inventory reduction sale during
February, with 10 percent off on all books and 25 percent
to 50 percent off on all other merchandise. Member
discounts will not be honored on 40 percent to 50 percent
items, and prior purchases are excluded.
The sale is scheduled for Tuesday through Friday from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4
p.m. Free parking is available at both museums. For more
information, call 410-516-0341 (Evergreen) and 410-516-5589
Presentation and Grant- and Paper-Writing
The Professional Development Office is offering three
daylong workshops for faculty and postdoctoral fellows to
build critical skills for presentations, grant writing and
paper writing. The first workshop, on Feb. 23, is titled
"Giving a Research Talk" and will be held in room 2-108 of
the 1830 Building. Faculty can pay the $750 fee by tuition
remission; postdocs and fellows can pay their $375 fee by
M&S form or check.
A grant-writing workshop will be held March 20 in
Tilghman Auditorium. The fee for faculty is $1,100; for
postdocs and fellows, $550, payable as above.
"Writing a Biomedical Research Paper" is scheduled for
April 21 in the Bodian Conference Room, 1830 Building. The
fees for this workshop are $750 for faculty and $375 for
postdocs and fellows, payable as above.
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NASA Student Research Program
The NASA 2006 Undergraduate Student Research Program is now
accepting applications for 10-week summer sessions and
15-week fall sessions. Applications are due Feb. 20.
The program offers challenging research experience at
a NASA center. Aligned with NASA's research and development
mission, the USRP program provides rising juniors and
seniors with a technical mentor and hands-on experience.
Students receive weekly stipends of $500, plus a travel
allowance. The USRP program seeks to extend and strengthen
NASA's commitment to educational excellence and university
Eligibility requirements and the online application
are available at
USMLE and Board Exams Test Preparation
The Welch Library
now has a subscription to Exam Master Online, a test
preparation site for the USMLE and board exams. This
service provides medical subject outlines for targeted
learning; thousands of questions and explanations; USMLE
data organized according to NBME USMLE examination
guidelines; detailed test results and examination history;
and timed test and study modes.
Users can easily build exams by USMLE outline or by
medical subject. Pre-built exams are available for USMLE
products. To use Exam Master, go to the E-Resources page
and type in "USMLE." Users will need to register and create
an ID and password.
For more information, contact Brian Brown at
410-502-7568 or by e-mail to
Donations to Greenmount Recreation
The JHU Center for
Social Concern is celebrating its 10th year of
partnership with Baltimore City's Greenmount Recreation
Center. The center has submitted a wish list of needed
items such as a pool table, copier and a piano.
Members of the Hopkins community wishing to donate an
item may contact Bill Tiefenwerth at 410-516-4777 or by
Say 'Philanthropy' With Flowers
Help the young patients at the
Children's Center by ordering flowers at
www.ftd.com/cmnbaltimore. The center will receive 15
percent of every order placed via the site throughout
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