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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University October 29, 2007 | Vol. 37 No. 9

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Carey Business School names 1st dean
Yash P. Gupta chosen to reinvent the model of business education/span>

After 14 years at the helm of three prominent, established business schools, Yash P. Gupta says that being involved with a startup 'is a great opportunity.'

The goal: audacious. The challenge: daunting. The dean: ready.
   Yash P. Gupta wants to help make Johns Hopkins' new Carey Business School one of the most innovative and most prominent schools of business in the world.
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Peter Agre to head Malaria Research Institute
Nobel laureate Peter Agre has been selected to lead the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute. Agre will take over as director at JHMRI and join the faculty of the Bloomberg School of Public Health on Jan. 1. He will remain on the faculty at Duke University and retain some of his current responsibilities there. The announcement was made Wednesday in New York City during the Progress Against Malaria symposium hosted by JHMRI and the New York Academy of Sciences.
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Six named AAAS fellows
Six Johns Hopkins University researchers have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science by their peers. Jef Boeke, Paul D. Feldman, Nirbhay Kumar, Thomas C. Quinn, Theresa A.B. Shapiro and David Valle are among 471 new fellows around the world. Election honors the fellows' scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.
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Broccoli Sprout Extract Protects Against UV Rays

Obituary: Neuroscientist Gian F. Poggio, 80, expert in depth perception

Looking ahead to Homewood master plan's next phase

Sixty feet of Johns Hopkins Engineering history

JHU Course Catalog: Visions of the Self: Autobiography as History

Northrop Grumman head to give Blumenthal Lecture, receive award

Scott Barrett of SAIS recognized for contributions to Nobel in climate change

United Way 2007: What you need to know

Newt Gingrich, environmentalist, launches his JHU Press book


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