Skip Navigation

jhu_logo


Today's News

     

Today's News Home
Archives
headlines@hopkins

 ____________________

Today's News is a service of the Office of News and Information.

901 S. Bond Street
Suite 540
Baltimore, MD 21231

Phone 443.287.9960 | Fax 443.287.9920 | todaysnews@jhu.edu

Wall Street Journal
April 13, 2009
To Have, to Hold, For a While
Johns Hopkins angle: A review the book “The Marriage Go-Round: The State of Marriage and the Family in America
Today,” by Krieger School sociologist Andrew Cherlin.

Newsday.com – EdLI blog
April 14, 2009
The Dropout Crisis
Johns Hopkins angle: This blog about educational issues in Long Island mentions Ron Fairchild, executive
director of the National Center for Summer Learning at Johns Hopkins.

Baltimore Sun
April 14, 2009
3 neighborhoods due rehab grants
Johns Hopkins angle: A $50,000 Casey Foundation grant will be used for a pilot program to involve faculty and
students from Goucher College, JHU and other universities in work force and business development efforts in the neighborhoods.

ReviewAtlas.com (Ill.)
April 14, 2009
MC professor to participate in NEH Summer Institute
Johns Hopkins angle: The story mentions “Slaves, Soldiers, Rebels: Currents of Black Resistance in the Tropical
Atlantic, 1760-1888,” a summer conference that will be hosted by the  Center for Africana Studies.

NorthJersey.com
April 14, 2009
Applause
Johns Hopkins angle: A news brief in this column mentions that 22 middle school students from Ringwood
Christian School have been selected to participate in the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.

Malaysia Star
April 14, 2009
Get more children to take online IQ test, says Rosmah
Johns Hopkins angle: The Center for Talented Youth is mentioned.

New Straits Times (Malaysia)
April 14, 2009
Gifted child? Try UKM 1 online test
Johns Hopkins angle: The Center for Talented Youth is mentioned.

San Francisco Business Times
April 13, 2009
UCSF jumps to second place in NIH research funding
Johns Hopkins angle: The story notes that Johns Hopkins received the most support from the National Institutes
of Health research last year.

CBS5.com (Calif.)
April 14, 2009
SF: UCSF RECEIVED $444 MILLION IN NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH FUNDING IN 2008
Johns Hopkins angle: Johns Hopkins University received the most overall NIH research funding in 2008, with
$575.9 million.

The Washington Post
April 14, 2009
Treating Asthma with Nexium
Johns Hopkins angle: Brief mentions study by Johns Hopkins researchers who looked at acid reflux's impact on
asthma.

New York Times
April 14, 2009
Regimens: Broccoli Sprouts May Be Germ Fighters
Johns Hopkins angle: Story focuses on research by Jed W. Fahey of the School of Medicine.

Baltimore Sun
April 14, 2009
Older volunteers do good for schools and for their own health, studies find
Johns Hopkins angle:  A study by JHU suggested that Experience Corps volunteers were much healthier physically
and mentally than their peers.

PBS
April 14, 2009
Frontline: Poisoned Waters
Johns Hopkins angle: Robert Lawrence of the School of Public Health will be among those interviewed in this
Frontline report set to air on April 21.

Danville Commercial-News (Ill.)
April 14, 2009
Pinpointing signs of abuse
Johns Hopkins angle: The story notes that Jacquelyn C. Campbell, a professor at the Johns Hopkins University
School of Nursing and an expert on domestic violence, will speak at a conference this Thursday.

Evening Bulletin (Pa.)
April 14, 2009
Prediabetes Unknowingly Affects Millions Of Americans
Johns Hopkins angle: The story refers to the May edition of the Johns Hopkins Medical Letter, Health After 50.

News-Press.com (Fla.)
April 14, 2009
FGCU autism conference features experts
Johns Hopkins angle: Paul Law, director of Medical Informatics at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and an
assistant professor at the School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, will be a conference speaker.

Edmond Sun (Okla.)
April 13, 2009
Stress can hit pets, too
Johns Hopkins angle: The article includes comments from Janet DiPietro, a professor of population and family
health sciences in the School of Public Health.

United Press International
April 13, 2009
Retailers set up in-store clinics
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes comments from Jonathan Weiner, professor of health policy and
management at the School of Public Health.

The New Straits Times
April 14, 2009
HEALTH NEWS IN BRIEF: Sweet impact
Johns Hopkins angle: A news brief in this column describes a School of Public Health study indicating that
cutting back on sugar-laden drinks has a bigger impact on weight loss than reducing intake of solid food.

Akron Beacon Journal
April 14, 2009
Obama, the 'un-Bush,' by necessity
Johns Hopkins angle: Michael Mandelbaum of SAIS is quoted.

The Herald (Rock Hill, S.C.)
April 14, 2009
Obama shows new kind of leadership
Johns Hopkins angle: This opinion piece includes quotes from Michael Mandelbaum, a professor of American
foreign policy at SAIS.

The Advocate (Stamford, Conn.)
April 13, 2009
Rostovs' international legacy benefits Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins angle: The story concerns a donation that established the Rostov Lecture on International Affairs
at SAIS, in memory of the late Charles Rostov, a Johns Hopkins' graduate.

The Huntsville Times (Ala.)
April 14, 2009
UAH may hire former NASA chief
Johns Hopkins angle: Michael Griffin, formerly of APL, earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Johns
Hopkins.

Baltimore Sun
April 14, 2009
Lacrosse Showdown at Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins angle: No. 13 Century, No. 1 McDonogh girls win big at the Maryland High School Lacrosse Showdown
held at JHU.

Carlisle Sentinel (Pa.)
April 14, 2009
Devils sweep Blue Jays
Johns Hopkins angle: The Dickinson College baseball team scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning to
defeat Johns Hopkins 5-4 for the second time this season.

Newsday
April 13, 2009
Things falling into place for Hofstra laxmen
Johns Hopkins angle: The men’s lacrosse team is mentioned.

The Washington Post
April 14, 2009
Charles J. Donnelly Obituary
Johns Hopkins angle: Donnelly was a professor at what is now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
Health.

Johns Hopkins University