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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University March 8, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 25

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Navigating new waters
PURA grants launch 41 undergraduates into a sea of research projects

Trevor Adler

In its 11-year existence, the Provost's Undergraduate Research Awards program has given 483 students grants approaching $1 million to follow their curiosity, thanks to funding primarily from the Hodson Trust. With Hodson support, the university is able to offer its undergraduates two opportunities each year to apply for stipends to conduct independent research during the summer or fall.
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Site visit for reaccreditation is announced
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education's evaluation team will visit Johns Hopkins this month for a series of formal and informal meetings with senior administration, faculty and students that will ultimately determine the university's reaccreditation outcome. For the university, the occasion marks the culmination of a two-year planning effort.
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Helping hands for JHU's research animal population
What is the appropriate use of anesthetics for a guinea pig? What is the delivery time for a dozen albino mice? What can I do for my sick sheep? For university researchers, any of these questions can be answered by members of the Johns Hopkins Animal Care Program, an in-house group comprised of the Research Animal Resources Office and the Animal Care and Use Committee.
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Patients should be consulted before dialysis treatment begins

Pianist Yong Hi Moon, conductor Gustav Meier at Peabody

Evergreen Concert Series presents Chatham Baroque


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