No matter your political views, election season can be stressful. The JHU Wellness site has just posted a helpful guide of strategies in navigating the next few weeks.
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Are you juggling graduate school/your postdoctoral appointment and family obligations? Especially in this time of COVID, the pressure on those who have dependents is higher than ever before. Come join us, if you have time, to meet other colleagues who are balancing similar stressors, discuss policy and climate issues and brainstorm solutions together. Parental Concerns […]
Co-sponsored by the Whiting School of Engineering Office of Graduate Academic Affairs and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Office of Graduate Affairs, wellness kits will be available to all Baltimore-located KSAS and WSE graduate students for pickup by appointment outside the Wyman Park Building the week of October 19-23, 2020. Pre-registration for a […]
As we were not able to hold our traditional orientation and welcome activities for our new and continuing grads this year, we are mounting an extended drop-in series of workshops on a variety of topics that may be interesting/helpful to you. Come as you can, all are welcome! Upcoming Fall 2020 Graduate Workshops How […]
The Counseling Center has announced its drop-in and treatment groups and schedule for the fall 2020 semester. Drop-In groups (non- treatment; no roster, less commitment) offer space for students to connect around shared experiences. You do not have to be a client of the Counseling Center in order to participate; these groups are open to […]
Changing the course of history, and dismantling racist institutions and traditions, require us to alter the ways many of us view the world, interact with each other, and even understand ourselves. If we are to effect real, meaningful, and lasting change, the first step is understanding how we got where we are today. — Ed […]
The Off-Campus Housing Office has compiled a useful FAQs guide.
Both KSAS and WSE have published FAQs to help support our graduate students and postdoctoral fellows through the COVID-19 pandemic. Categories of questions include personal wellbeing, academic and research concerns, and professional development concerns, amongst others. The GRO and HW-PDA are working on virtual community events to help keep everyone connected during this time- stay […]
Officials and experts at Johns Hopkins are monitoring the outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). As of Feb. 28, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Johns Hopkins or in Maryland. This link contains resources and communications designed to raise awareness of prevention and preparedness efforts at Johns Hopkins and around the world. JHU […]
Workshops on work/life balance, international student issues, imposter syndrome, managing advisor and colleague relationships, professional development and much more! Keynote Speaker: Vice Provost of Life Design, Farouk Dey