A capital day for the pres
Senate and House of Delegates honor Brody's contributions
Like a beloved star athlete in his final season, President
William R. Brody had better prepare himself for a round of
curtain calls. He got a big one last week, courtesy of the
top elected officials in Annapolis.
Teaming up for new city schools
Two new innovative Baltimore City charter schools will
feature strong ties to Johns Hopkins
institutions. The Baltimore Civitas School, which will
have a prominent public service theme, will open this
fall and be operated by the Center for Social
Organization of Schools. CSOS, established in 1966 as
an educational research and development center at the
university, will also design the curriculum and
help recruit the school's staff.
JHU names new financial planning
Michael Strine, currently chief financial officer of
New Castle County in Delaware, has been
appointed executive director of financial planning and
analysis at The Johns Hopkins University.