The Johns Hopkins Gazette: October 26, 1998
Oct. 26-Nov. 1

Johns Hopkins Gazette Online Edition

Volunteers for Intersession Courses -- Instructors are needed for the January 1999 Intersession courses. The requirements are practical knowledge of and experience with a particular subject, and the ability and desire to teach. Interested individuals should call 410-516-8209 by Wednesday, Nov. 4.

Multimedia Exhibit -- "Unheard Voices," an interactive multimedia exhibit of hand-crafted portrait casts and viewer-activated oral histories of sexual assault survivors, will begin on Monday, Oct. 26, and continue through Saturday, Oct. 31, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Sherwood Room in Levering Hall on the Homewood campus.

For more information, call the Office of Residential Life, 410-516-3948.

Undergraduate Research Fellowships -- Students may apply for travel funds to conduct short-term research projects in Spain under the direction of a faculty member in the School of Arts and Sciences.

Applicants should submit a proposal of the research they plan to conduct, a confidential letter of support from a faculty sponsor, an official transcript and a budget. Requests should not exceed $2,500. Research may be conducted either during Intersession or during the second semester of 1999. In order to receive university credit, students must submit a research paper to the faculty sponsor. Applications should be directed to Eva Gonzalez, Program in Iberian and Latin American Studies, 403 Gilman Hall, 410-516-5558 or

For more information, contact Richard Kagan, director of the Program in Iberian and Latin American Studies, at 410-516-7597 or, in 226 Gilman Hall. Application deadline is Nov. 5.

Black Faculty, Staff and Students -- The next general assembly meeting for the Black Faculty and Staff Association will take place on Friday, Nov. 6, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

Population Awareness -- In recognition of World Population Awareness Week, the Johns Hopkins Population Center is sponsoring an exhibit of video and print informational displays in the Student Lounge of the Hygiene Building from Monday, Oct. 26 to Thursday, Oct. 29. On Wednesday, Oct. 28, 12:15 p.m., a collection of videos documenting the progress of population programs that focus on human rights in six countries will be shown in W2030 SHPH.