JHU Summer Day Sports Camp
The JHU Summer Day Sports Camp will begin its 40th year of
operation on June 19. The camp, which is operated primarily
as a service to the faculty, staff, alumni and neighbors of
the Hopkins community is for boys and girls ages 5 to 13.
The directors will be Brad Mountcastle, head athletic
trainer; Bill Nelson, men's basketball coach; and Robert
Babb, head baseball coach.
The camp is planned with the idea that each
participant will have an opportunity to experiment with a
variety of activities (mainly sports) under the guidance of
competent and concerned counselors, comprising JHU staff,
schoolteachers and college students. Some nonathletic
activities will also be offered, particularly to younger
Parents will be responsible for transportation to and
from camp and for their children's lunch. Hours are 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday. Campers may be dropped off as
early as 8:15 a.m. and picked up as late as 5:10 p.m.;
there will be an additional charge of $1 per minute for
supervision after 5:10 p.m.
Enrollment will be capped, and all campers are
guaranteed a spot if registered with a nonrefundable
deposit by May 1.
For more information, contact Robert Babb at
410-516-7485 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations to Greenmount Recreation
The JHU Center for
Social Concern is celebrating its 10th year of
partnership with Baltimore City's Greenmount Recreation
Center. The Greenmount Rec Center has submitted a wish list
of needed items such as a pool table, copier and a piano.
Members of the Hopkins community wishing to donate an
item may contact Bill Tiefenwerth at 410-516-4777 or by
Medical Spanish Course Offerings
JHHS and JHU faculty, students and staff are encouraged to
enroll in one of two medical Spanish courses offered by the
School of Medicine and beginning this week on the East
Advanced Beginning Spanish for Health Professionals is
designed to reawaken previous language study and will
provide a forum for development of additional basic skills
and specific medical terminology. Students will experience
the five major areas of learning: speaking, listening,
reading, writing and culture. Students who studied high
school or college Spanish are eligible for this class,
which will meet for 15 consecutive Thursdays beginning Feb.
2 (excluding Feb. 16 and 23) from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m. in
113-114 Preclinical teaching Building.
Intermediate Spanish for Health Professionals is
designed to provide students with the specific medical
vocabulary and terminology necessary to communicate with
and help treat Latino patients with limited English
proficiency. Most of the course will be taught in Spanish,
and students are therefore expected to have basic
functional fluency and conversation abilities. Class will
meet for 15 consecutive Thursdays beginning Feb. 2
(excluding Feb. 16 and 23) from 5 to 7 p.m. in 113-114
Preclinical Teaching Building.
Registration is limited for both courses; please
attempt to enroll before Tuesday, Jan. 31. Contact the
Registrar's Office at 410-955-3080 to register or for
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