Jul
9
Fri
Adopt-a-Student Uniform & Supply Drive
Jul 9 @ 12:00 am – Aug 27 @ 11:45 pm
Adopt-a-Student Uniform & Supply Drive

Since 2011, Johns Hopkins employees have stepped up with generous donations to the Adopt-a-Student Uniform Drive, which assists families in purchasing the uniforms required for elementary, middle, and high school students in Baltimore City Public Schools. Starting with this year’s campaign, their donations will also subsidize school supplies that the students need to return to class in August fully prepared.

You can adopt one or more students by making a donation to uniforms, school supplies, or both. If you have a question or need technical assistance, email Greg Burks, Community Programs manager in the Johns Hopkins Office of Economic Development, at greg@jhu.edu.

Sep
2
Thu
Masters Industry Co-Op Virtual Information Session @ Zoom
Sep 2 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Masters Industry Co-Op Virtual Information Session @ Zoom

Please join us for a virtual information session to learn about the INBT’s Masters Industry Co-Op Program.

To broaden the practical training for Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) students in the Whiting School of Engineering, INBT collaborates with major industry partners to offer students a six-month Co-Op opportunity that provides industry experience, a salary, and college credit. This program is currently only available to students in the Departments of Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Go to the Masters Co-Op website to learn more about the program.

*The Co-Op program is still active during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This event will be held via Zoom and students can log in here.
Webinar ID: 946 8492 6515
Telephone: Dial by your location
+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

Nov
15
Mon
Meet and Greet with Nature Communications Editor Doaa Megahed
Nov 15 @ 12:00 am – 12:30 am
Meet and Greet with Nature Communications Editor Doaa Megahed

Join us for a meet and greet with Nature Communications editor Doaa Megahed. Megahed will discuss the publication process at Nature journals and Nature Communications in particular. During the session the audience can ask questions about the editorial process, what it’s like to be an editor, and more. More details to come.

In preparation for the event, the guest speaker has a survey for attendees to gather their interests and insights about scientific publications.

Biography
Doaa Megahed (aka Douaa Mugahid) has been an Associate Editor at Nature Communications since September 2020, where she handles computational and systems biology-related papers. Prior to that she was a post-doc at the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School, where she used a variety of methods to understand the role of YAP as a regulator of non-cell autonomous signaling in the liver and in cultured cells. As a graduate student at Heidelberg University and the Max Delbrueck Center in Germany she studied how hibernating bears avoid the loss of muscle mass. She was part of the inaugural class of Heidelberg University’s Master’s program in Systems Biology, and has been a member of the systems biology community ever since. She continues to serve science by advocating for papers that advance human knowledge, democratize scientific research, and improve scientific reproducibility.

Megahed is passionate about education and mentorship, which is why she serves as COO of Maqal 3elmy, an initiative that makes science accessible to the Arab world through pop-science pieces. She also volunteers with the Journal of Emerging Investigators. In this capacity she coordinates their Ask-A-Scientist program through which students get to ask questions related to science and the publication process. She is also one of JEI’s proofing editors, and an occasional reviewer.

When not doing any of the above Megahed enjoys reading, traveling, spinning, running, crafting and upholstering old furniture.