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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University March 9, 2009 | Vol. 38 No. 25

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President Daniels arrives at Homewood

En route to lunch at Fresh Food Café, Ron Daniels takes his first cross-campus walk as president of The Johns Hopkins University, accompanied by Jerry Schnydman, his executive assistant.

On Monday, March 2, his first official day as Johns Hopkins University president, Ron Daniels stepped onto a snow-blanketed Homewood campus. When he arrived at Garland Hall, home of the President's Office, his new staff was on hand to welcome him — along with a Blue Jay-blue welcome sign and some JHU-inspired good luck fortune cookies.
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Sea change for medical education
This fall, the School of Medicine will fully implement its new Genes to Society curriculum, the first wholesale academic overhaul at the school in two decades.
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Nonprofits to president, Congress: 1 million charities ready
In an unprecedented appeal to America's public and private leadership and to the American people, leaders of organizations representing tens of thousands of American nonprofit organizations last week called for a reinvigorated and empowered partnership between government and the nonprofit "citizen sector" to address the country's social, economic and environmental problems and improve the quality of community life.
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New initiative to tackle leading killer of children

Urban Health Institute hosts Reverse Research Day

Taking important scientific research to the general public

Johns Hopkins researchers discover new schizophrenia gene

Kidney transplant survival can be long term for people with HIV


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