A hefty dose of fun
Students, neighborhood residents meet up at JHU community
The 3200 block of St. Paul Street took on a carnival
atmosphere on Sept. 13, when 800
students and local residents put aside their homework and
weekend chores — and their inhibitions — for
some good old-fashioned fun.
Fessler to Retire as Dean of
Ralph Fessler, the inaugural dean of the Johns Hopkins
University School of Education and a state and national
leader in teacher
education, will retire at the end of the 2008-2009 academic
year, he announced today.
Hibernation studies, tiny medical tools lead to
Two Johns Hopkins researchers — a physician
whose squirrel hibernation studies may lead to new
treatments for muscle-wasting diseases, and an engineer who
is building medical tools smaller than a
speck of dust — have received prestigious 2008 New
Innovator Awards, the National Institutes of
Health announced today.