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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University May 4, 2009 | Vol. 38 No. 33

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'USA Today' honors top students
Salman Mohammed of JHU is one of 20 named to Academic First Team

Salman Mohammed was recognized for accomplishments that stretch from the Homewood campus to the Baltimore community to a clinic in Pakistan.

Chat with Salman Mohammed for a few moments and it quickly becomes clear that the 22-year-old senior has little interest in talking about himself. Instead, the psychology major who was born in Pakistan but calls Texas "home" would far rather discuss, among other things, strategies for eliminating the barriers that poor people in the United States and abroad face in accessing quality health care.
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Roadmap to greener JHU and beyond
The Johns Hopkins Task Force on Climate Change has released to President Ronald J. Daniels its final report, a landmark document that includes a series of major recommendations, prominent among which is that the university reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 51 percent by the year 2025.
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Health risks/benefits conference is planned
A conference aimed at helping health professionals, medical journalists and the general public gain a better understanding of health benefits and risks will be held later this month on the Homewood campus. Speakers and research papers will address topics such as the risks associated with overtreatment and ways to make better-informed medical decisions.
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You and the flu

Astrophysicist Riess elected to National Academy of Sciences

John Barth reads from latest book

Johns Hopkins to fund 250 youth in summer jobs program

Two-adult households not always best situation for children

Video-game culture injected into academic, social scene

Johns Hopkins Biotech Network to hold international conference

Chemical found in medical devices impairs heart function

Double-lung transplants are better than single for survival

Maternal immune response is key factor in some autism


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