UHI Events and Announcements
Job Announcement – Program Coordinator
We are looking to hire a Program Coordinator! The candidate filling this position will work closely with the UHI program director to successfully accomplish the goals and objectives sent forth for all programmatic activities. Visit https://jobs.jhu.edu and search for requisition #9653 to apply.
Baltimore Dialogue – April 5
Please join the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute for a Baltimore Dialogue with Stefanie DeLuca, author of “Coming of Age in the Other America” and Karl Alexander, author of "The Long Shadow: Family Background, Disadvantaged Urban Youth, and the Transition to Adulthood". Learn more and register.
Community-Driven Research Day – April 10
Calling all community organizations and city agencies! Join us for a day-long event of networking and dialogue with faculty and students from Johns Hopkins University and other Baltimore Institutions. Have your needs heard and learn how you can obtain resources for research and collaborate with local Institutions. Learn more.
Social Determinants of Health Symposium – April 30
On an annual basis the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute, in collaboration with the office of the Provost, convenes a symposium focused on the social determinants of health. This year we will hear from national and local leaders as they reflect on fifty years of activism and social justice from 1968 to 2018. Learn more.
Bunting Neighborhood Leadership 2018 Cohort
We are excited to welcome seven Fellows to the Bunting Neighborhood Leadership Program. This year’s cohort includes activists, artists, entrepreneurs, community organizers, and more. Learn more about the 2018 Fellows.
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