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March 28, 2004
CONTACT: Glenn Small
(443) 287-9960

Johns Hopkins in Montgomery County
Video Highlighting Biotech Campus Wins Award

In the heart of an area near Washington, D.C., nicknamed "DNA Alley," the Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus is strategically-located to play a major role in the booming biotechnology field. A recent video made to visually dramatize this presence has won a silver award in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education's annual awards program for the Mid-Atlantic region.

With an upbeat soundtrack, the short video offers a fun look at the Montgomery County campus and its growing role.

"Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus presents a dry, difficult subject in an imaginative and clever way--using humor, good pacing, visuals, music and computer graphics," wrote the judges in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, District II.

The video was filmed and edited by Digital Video Services on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, in cooperation with Government, Community and Public Affairs and the President's Office.

Watch the video in Windows Media format.


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