One of the perks of being president of Johns Hopkins University is that I have the privilege of witnessing, every day, the joy and promise of discovery. Johns Hopkins is the nation's first research university, the birthplace of modern medical education and the first U.S. university to introduce the seminar. We're proud of that legacy, but we never rest on our laurels.
Discovery is the heart and soul of what we do at Johns Hopkins — and there's so much left to uncover.
Focus On: Ten by Twenty Progress
In spring 2015, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels updated the university community on the progress that has been made toward his top priorities for the remainder of the decade — collectively called the Ten by Twenty — and invited everyone to continue the conversation.
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