The GSA is hosting an intro level self-defense class at the Cooley gym on April 27th from 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm in the main floor group exercise room! We only have space for 25 people, so purchase your tickets below before they run out!
Online ticket sales for this event are closed.
For more information about the Johns Hopkins Science Policy Group please see the GSA Student Groups page or visit their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/JHSciPolGroup/.
This month Project Bridge worked with several other groups for Brain Awareness Week to help teach kids in the community about the brain! If you’re interested in attending Project Bridge events or getting involved in the future check out their facebook page for more events!
Highlights from this month’s GSA General Meeting are announcement of the upcoming GSA executive board elections as well as an open discussion of the private police force legislation. For more information about these topics and other things that happened at the meeting please see the full minutes on the GSA documents page!
The GSA wants you to check your inbox, take the survey, and make a difference! (And get prizes!!!)
The Provost’s Sexual Violence Advisory Committee (SVAC) today sent out the 2018 Anonymous Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Misconduct to all full time Johns Hopkins students. Check your inbox for an email from email@example.com, and click the link to fill out the survey anonymously. This is a very important survey for influencing changes in policy and education with regards to sexual misconduct, so please take the survey and encourage your friends and classmates to as well!
*Every fifth participant who completes the survey will receive a $10 Amazon gift card.
*The first 50 people to share the GSA Facebook post about the survey will win a prize of a Hopkins t-shirt, water bottle, or GSA color changing cup!
*If we get 50% participation or above from SOM graduate students the GSA will throw an event with food! Details to come!
Remember, It’s on Us and your voice matters so take the survey and make a difference!
Highlights from this month’s GSA General Meeting are announcements involving the top nominees for the Teacher of the Year Award and information about the upcoming 2018 Anonymous Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Misconduct. For more information about these topics and other things that happened at the meeting please see the full minutes on the GSA documents page!
“I gave an oral presentation on some of my dissertation work to an audience including scientists I have long admired. Throughout the meeting I also had the opportunity to learn about exciting developments in the field, network and talk science with fellow attendees from all over the world, and attend trainee workshops. The perspective (and ideas!) this meeting gave me on DOHaD and my own work has been immeasurable. Thank you for the support, GSA!”
This month at the GSA General meeting we had the PDCO come to speak with us! The slides from their presentation along with their lists of upcoming events is available with the minutes on the GSA documents page!
This month SACNAS hosted an informal happy hour and Q&A session with Biophysics Dr. Ibrahim Cisse about his experiences as an underrepresented minority in science and academia! For more information on SACNAS visit the student groups page!
Jackie used her GSA Travel Award to attend the 2017 American Society for Radiation Oncology Conference.
“I presented a poster of my work but also had the opportunity to attend great talks, learn more about the field, and network with clinicians and scientists.”