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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University May 17, 2004 | Vol. 33 No. 35

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Where do they go from here?
Johns Hopkins diplomas will send 5,819 alums on their next adventures

Barkha Gurbani discovered public health as a freshman and will use her Fulbright Scholar grant to spend a year doing research in India en route to medical school.

Like many of her classmates, Barkha Gurbani entered her freshman year with her sights set on a career in medicine. Four years later, she still wants to be a doctor, but now her heart is set on a slightly different path — a career in public health. Gurbani's focus shifted from her anticipated major, neuroscience, during her freshman year after learning about the Krieger School's public health studies program.
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Off to India, Malaysia, Egypt and more
Earlier this month, nine students at Johns Hopkins learned they will be headed abroad for the 2004-2005 academic year, thanks to two prestigious awards administered by the Institute of International Education. Three undergraduates and four graduate students received Fulbright Scholar grants that will take them to locales including India, Malaysia, Egypt and Germany.
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Ceremonies put cap on 128th year
The Latin root of the word confer, conferre, means "to bring together." On Thursday morning, President William R. Brody will once again recognize the true meaning of this source term when he confers degrees and certificates on 5,819 graduating scholars, literally bringing together all the university's divisions for a single celebration of scholarship, a journey's end and everything Johns Hopkins.
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SPH receives major commitments to aid scholars, prevent mom, infant mortality

Honorary degrees to recognize distinguished careers

Society of Scholars inducts new members

The 2004 Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Awards

Story of legendary Johns Hopkins team to be told by HBO

Samuel Iwry, 93, pre-eminent scholar of the Dead Sea Scrolls


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