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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University February 9, 2009 | Vol. 38 No. 21

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100 years of educating educators
In 1909, Johns Hopkins unrolled a plan to serve Baltimore-area teachers

Students in the 1921 Summer Courses for Teachers gather for a class photograph in front of Homewood's Gilman Hall. The session was part of the College Courses for Teachers program that has evolved into today's School of Education.

In 1908, university President Ira Remsen helped lure Edward F. Buchner, a charismatic professor of education and philosophy at the University of Alabama, to Johns Hopkins. Buchner's appointment would have wide-ranging and long-lasting effects.
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Study finds persistence of diversity problems in academic medicine
A survey study believed to be one of the first efforts to put hard numbers around long-held beliefs about diversity in medical school faculties has affirmed that awareness and sensitivity to racial and ethnic diversity are believed to be poor by most faculty, and even poorer among faculty who are members of underrepresented minorities.
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Global warming may delay the recovery of stratospheric ozone
Increasing greenhouse gases could delay, or even postpone indefinitely, the recovery of stratospheric ozone in some regions of the Earth, a Johns Hopkins earth scientist suggests. This change might take a toll on public health.
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Diversity Climate Survey: Your input is critical

JH offers free software tool for large-scale disaster planning

Surgeons find new way to remove donor's healthy kidney

Obituary: Michael Koenig, 56, professor in Bloomberg School of Public Health

A better mesh: Researchers 'tighten' body's protective coating

Tomaselli, expert on sudden cardiac death, to head Cardiology

Theatre Hopkins opens season with Lisa Kron's 'Well'

New imaging center to widen windows on the brain


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