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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University April 17, 2006 | Vol. 35 No. 30

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SoM honors 17 young researchers
Young Investigators' Day recognizes 'the once and future stars at Hopkins'

Crista Brawley, winner of the Martin and Carol Macht Research Award, with adviser Erika Matunis of Cell Biology.

Alongside every successful professor is an army of hard-working, dedicated and talented students and fellows. On Thursday, April 20, the School of Medicine will recognize 11 students and six fellows for their exceptional research accomplishments during the 29th annual Young Investigators' Day celebration, a Hopkins tradition.
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A new era begins in East Baltimore
State, local and university officials will unite in East Baltimore today to celebrate the groundbreaking of the much anticipated new Science and Technology Park at Johns Hopkins, a cutting-edge mixed-use development project located just north of the medical campus.
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KSAS introduces Museums and Society program
For a university that promotes "Knowledge for the World," it is perhaps only fitting for Johns Hopkins to offer a course of study in institutions that practice the very same philosophy. The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences this summer will introduce its new Museums and Society Program, an interdisciplinary course of study for Homewood undergraduates.
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President Bush speaks at SAIS

Obituary: Marshall Turner, 90, a pioneer in the world of college athletics

University names steward for sustainability initiatives

Farmer-philosopher will talk on 'Farm-Food-Health Connection'

For the Record: Richard Bennett named executive VP, COO of Bayview Medical Center

For the Record: Humanist Michael Fried receives Academy Award in Literature


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