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Hub update: Wide-ranging discussion focuses on success, shortcomings of JHU's diversity roadmap

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Hub update: BFSA to host student oratory competition for Black History Month

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Hub update: Johns Hopkins study finds toxic metals in e-cigarette liquids

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Hub update: Muslim mythbusting: JHU grad invites open dialogue on faith, Islamophobia

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Hub update: Nancy Norris-Kniffin, former director of JHU's MLA program, dies at 77

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Hub update: Engineer for diversity: Gwendolyn Boyd - This profile is among 61 originally created for the Indispensable Role of Blacks at Johns Hopkins exhibit, which is presented jointly by the Johns Hopkins University Black Faculty and Staff Association, the Office of the President, and Development and Alumni Relations. In celebration of Black History Month, the Hub will publish select profiles from the exhibit throughout February. As the first black person to earn a master's degree in mec...

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Hub update: Johns Hopkins Carey Business School earns prestigious AACSB accreditation

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Hub update: JHU Forums on Race in America panel to focus on intersectionality, identity

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Hub update: Student startups get a boost - Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures and the Ralph S. O'Connor Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Fund has provided funding for six student startups to develop and launch their tech platforms. This year, the program received 40 student applications, nearly double the applications submitted last year. "It was difficult to whittle the field down to six," says Kasim Ahmad, JHTV's student venture coordinator. "But we believe the teams selected for this year's...

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Hub update: APL's David Van Wie elected to the National Academy of Engineering
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