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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University June 12, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 37

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Maestro for Peabody's next act
Director-designate Jeffrey Sharkey talks about music, challenges

Pianist and composer Jeffrey Sharkey will officially take the helm of the Peabody Institute on Oct. 1.

A music conservatory is, of course, conservative. And no one at a conservatory is likely ever to argue that Bach, Beethoven and Brahms aren't worth listening to anymore. But a conservatory — especially one like the Peabody Institute — must also be subversive, in some ways radical and, above all, passionate, Peabody's director-designate says.
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Discussing Baltimore's future
Experts in urban health and other related issues from across Johns Hopkins divisions convened for a half-day retreat on May 30 to help refocus work of the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute and set a future course for the now 6-year-old organization.
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Med School's advisory colleges lose their letters
What's in a name? When it comes to the School of Medicine's advisory colleges, the answer is "a great deal." For the past two years, newly accepted medical students have been assigned to specific mentoring groups. These advisory colleges were simply known as A, B, C and D.
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Thinking Out Loud: On being a good trustee

HopkinsOne set to go live on January 1

Groundbreaking ushers in next era for Johns Hopkins Medicine

Winning BME device may improve closure after heart surgery

Giant 'cosmic telescopes' may have found infant galaxies

Robotic joystick reveals how brain controls movement

Researchers discover potential new approach to treating diabetes

APL-built imagers observe total solar eclipse

'Travesties' wraps up Theatre Hopkins 84th season

Bedsores, bald hides: Novel roles revealed for 'scaffolding' protein

Center for a Livable Future announces predoctoral fellows for 2006-2007


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