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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University July 9, 2007 | Vol. 36 No. 39

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A grand celebration in China

Johns Hopkins President William R. Brody; Henry Kissinger, former U.S. secretary of state; Liang Baohua, governor of Jiangsu Province; and Chen Jun, president of Nanjing University.

On June 22 and 23, the Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies hosted its 20th anniversary celebration and reunion at the Nanjing campus.
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Bioethics training program fights African 'brain drain'
When African professionals migrate to the United States or Europe, their departure is often thought of as "brain drain." In the world of research ethics, at least one training program is causing the opposite effect. The Johns Hopkins Fogarty African Research Ethics Training Program, now entering its eighth year of operation, is the subject of a sweeping new case study published in the July issue of Academic Medicine. The study reveals for the first time some potent lessons in what it takes to deliver a successful cross-cultural ethics training program.
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New home for a trio of programs
Three popular Johns Hopkins academic programs in the humanities have found a new home in which to exist and thrive for decades to come.
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Recipe for an afternoon of fun

Homewood campus parking options announced for 2007-2008

A culinary herb garden takes root at Homewood

Unique global online nursing community to expand scope, reach

Needle-stick injuries are ecommon, unreported by surgeons in training

Presidents gone wild; Can they be tamed? No way, say JHU profs in new book


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