The Johns Hopkins Gazette: July 7, 2003
July 7-21

Johns Hopkins Gazette Online Edition

Microarray Core Facility Seminar Series -- The JHMI Microarray Core Facility is inaugurating a new seminar series, scheduled to begin Wednesday, July 16, 9 a.m., with "Statistical Analysis of Gene Expression for Microarray Data."

The location for the seminar will be announced once the number of participants has been determined. Space is limited. To attend, sign up at

Certificate in Nonprofit Studies -- The Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies is accepting applications for its Fall 2003 classes in the Certificate in Nonprofit Studies Program. This part-time program is designed to develop and enhance the knowledge and practical skills needed by nonprofit staff and volunteers to run a successful organization.

The certificate can be applied to a Hopkins M.B.A.

Classes begin in September. For more information, call 410-516-5389 or e-mail

Center for a Livable Future Request for Proposals -- The Center for a Livable Future's Innovation Grants support interdisciplinary study and collaborative projects by JHU faculty, fellows and graduate students.

Eight to 10 awards of $10,000 to $20,000 are available this year for one year of funding support. Preference will be given to first-time applicants. Applications are due by July 15, and funding will begin on Sept. 15.

For more information, contact Kelly Hoban Green at 410-502-7578 or by e-mail to

Outdoor Exhibition Opportunity -- Evergreen House is seeking artists' submissions for its biennial juried exhibition of outdoor sculpture, Sculpture at Evergreen. Ten artists will be invited to create large-scale outdoor works that respond to the natural and built environments of Evergreen House. Artists will receive up to $4,000 to cover the costs of creating and installing their work, but there are no additional funds for artist travel and/or lodging. At least two visits to the site are required.

To apply, submit up to 20 slides in a plastic slide sheet; a slide script giving the title, date, medium and dimensions for each work; a current resume; a brief statement about the artist's work and approach to outdoor sites; and a self-addressed stamped and sized envelope (for return of materials). Only hard-copy applications will be considered; no e-mail submissions. Deadline for receipt of applications is Sept. 2.

For information, call Jackie O'Regan at 410-516-0341 or e-mail to