Smartphone-friendly version of HopkinsSports.com is
Blue Jays fans will now be able to access a
smartphone-friendly version of HopkinsSports.com for the
latest information on their favorite team.
When going to the Web site by phone, fans will find a more
user-friendly version of the online recaps, news releases
and some associated content such as html box scores and
player bios. Schedule pages may be available in the future.
The technology was developed by CBS College Sports.
"Our fans and alumni have indicated an interest in this, and
we anticipate that they will enjoy this service," said Ernie
Larossa, associate director of athletics.
School of Ed prepping more than 200 new teachers for Balto.
In partnership with Teach for America and the Baltimore City
Teaching Residency Program, Johns Hopkins' School of
Education will start preparing more than 200 new teachers
for teaching positions this fall in the Baltimore City
Public School System.
Candidates from both Teach for America and the Teaching
Residency Program were selected from a large pool of
applicants and will start attending Johns Hopkins classes
this summer. Teacher candidates will either be pursuing the
39-credit Master of Arts in Teaching degree or will be
completing courses required for certification.
Teach for America draws from a national corps of recent
college graduates from a variety of academic backgrounds who
have committed to two years of teaching in a public school.
Baltimore City Teaching Residency Program participants tend
to be working professionals who have decided to change
careers to enter teaching. In recent years, the JHU
partnership has played an important role in helping
Baltimore City schools recruit and find highly qualified
instructors to teach in critical-need areas such as math and
Research Ethics Consulting Service plans 'drop-in'
Beginning July 30, the Research Ethics Consulting Service at
the Bloomberg School of
Public Health will hold monthly office hours from 3:30
to 4:30 pm. on the last Wednesday of each month at the
first-floor Wall of Wonder.
The service is available free of charge to Bloomberg School
faculty and students wanting to talk through ethics
challenges arising in their research studies at the planning,
implementation or analysis stage.
Those unable to attend these drop-in hours can place a "help
call" to the RECS at:
https:\\help.jhsph.edu\helpdesk and will be contacted.
Pediatric trauma service fund-raiser celebrates Bastille
The Johns Hopkins
Children's Center trauma team will hold its annual
fund-raiser — a belated celebration of Bastille Day
— on Friday, July 25, at the Elkridge Furnace Inn in
Elkridge, Md. The event, scheduled for 7:30 to 11 p.m., will
include dinner, a wine tasting, a silent auction and
entertainment by local jazz band Lovecraft, with 100 percent
of proceeds benefiting the pediatric trauma service.
Tickets are $50 per person in advance; $60 at the door. To
purchase tickets, or for more information, go to:
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