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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University July 6, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 39

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Engineering names new dean
Nick Jones, former faculty member, to be fourth head of Whiting School

In August, civil engineer Nick Jones will return to Johns Hopkins, where he has spent most of his professional life.

Any new dean has a learning curve to climb. For Nick Jones, however, the climb may not be quite so steep. He's been here before. On the recommendation of President William R. Brody, the university's board of trustees last week appointed Jones — who has spent almost all of his career at Johns Hopkins — as the fourth dean of the Whiting School of Engineering, effective Aug. 15.
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Montgomery Campus eyes research opps
The opening next month of the Montgomery County Campus' third building will represent a significant milestone for a university that will now be "fully engaged in securing a Hopkins-quality, significant research presence" on that campus, according to Gary Ostrander, associate provost for research at Johns Hopkins.
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Hopkins founds first center for epigenetics
With a $5 million five-year federal grant, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is establishing what is believed to be the first university-based research center devoted to studying epigenetics, an effort that will set the stage for learning as much about our epigenetics as the Human Genome Project taught about the sequence of building blocks that make up our genes.
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Thinking Out Loud

Wilmer's Arnall Patz receives Presidential Medal of Freedom

Colleagues, friends celebrate 'father of medical genetics'

FUSE at 5: Satellite's scientific findings continue to soar

JHU collaborates on Library of Congress digital preservation project

SON program fast-tracks acute care nurse practitioners


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