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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University May 18, 2009 | Vol. 38 No. 35

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Honor roles for top faculty
Alumni Association salutes those who excel in the art of instruction

Peabody Institute winner Yong Hi Moon

Gigi the Clone helps teach pathophysiology to future nurses. YouTube videos pop up in a public health course. Students in another class hear songs with biostatistics lyrics. And biomedical engineering students compare their professor's instructional talks (about the history, mechanisms and applications of ion channels, no less) to a summer blockbuster film.
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Farewell to the class of 2009
For thousands of Johns Hopkins students, a journey ends this week as another begins. On Thursday morning, President Ronald Daniels will offer his first universitywide commencement address and confer degrees and certificates on a record-high 6,776 JHU scholars.
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Old diabetes drug teaches experts new tricks
Research from the Johns Hopkins Children's Center reveals that the drug most commonly used in type 2 diabetics who don't need insulin works on a much more basic level than once thought, treating persistently elevated blood sugar — the hallmark of type 2 diabetes — by regulating the genes that control its production.
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JHU: A family affair

First Baltimore Scholars to graduate

Johns Hopkins launches security degree for the 21st century

Society of Scholars inducts new members

Hopkins History: Milton Eisenhower, postdocs and the Society of Scholars

Historian Jack Greene honored by National Humanities Center

Refined Hubble constant narrows explanations for dark energy

Sophomore awarded competitive Defense Department scholarship

Welsh to receive Max M. Fisher Prize at SAIS

Bike to work


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