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Globe and Mail (Canada)
April 29, 2009
Wind power is great politics but lousy policy
Johns Hopkins angle: Ronald J. Daniels is president of Johns Hopkins University.

USA Today
April 29, 2009
2009 All-USA College Academic Team
Johns Hopkins angle: Salman Mohammed, a senior majoring in psychology in the Krieger School, is one of 20
students named to USA Today's 2009 All-USA College Academic First Team. His self-portrait and profile are included in this gallery of photos (click the arrow to the 16th photo and profile to learn more about Mohammed).

USA Today
April 29, 2009
USA TODAY's '09 college all-stars gifted in class and beyond
Johns Hopkins angle: Details about the competition and winners from Yale University, Harvard University, the
United States Naval Academy, and others.

USA Today
April 29, 2009
People tap Internet for swine flu info
Johns Hopkins angle: The story quotes Gabe Kelen, a physician and chair of the emergency department at Johns
Hopkins University.

Washington Post
April 29, 2009
CDC Chief Faces Our Fears of Flu With a Soothing Bedside Manner
Johns Hopkins angle: CDC Chief Richard Besser trained at Johns Hopkins.

New York Times
April 29, 2009
Agency Official Draws on TV Skills for Flu Updates
Johns Hopkins angle: Article notes that Dr. Richard E. Besser, one of the nation’s top public health
officials, trained at Johns Hopkins.

Washington Post
April 29, 2009
Questions and Answers About Swine Flu
Johns Hopkins angle: Andrew Pekosz, associate professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at the
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg , answered questions about swine flu.

Wall Street Journal
April 29, 2009
Understanding Swine Flu
Johns Hopkins angle: Donald S. Burke, a virologist at the School of Medicine, was quoted.

Voice of America News
April 29, 2009
Researchers Race to Develop Swine Flu Vaccine
Johns Hopkins angle: This report includes comments from Andrew Pekosz, an associate professor of molecular
microbiology and immunology in the School of Public Health.

Online NewsHour
April 28, 2009
Researchers Prepare for Possible Swine Flu Vaccine
Johns Hopkins angle: Andrew Pekosz, an associate professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at Johns
Hopkins University, is quoted.

MSNBC.com
April 29, 2009
Quarantine decision will be left to the locals
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes information provided by James Hodge, a professor at the School of
Public Health and executive director of the Centers for Law and the Public’s Health.

Washington Post
April 28, 2009
Swine Flu: Cases Confirmed in Israel and New Zealand
Johns Hopkins angle: Transcript of an online discussion between readers and Ruth Karron, professor and
director of the Center for Immunization Research and Vaccine Initiative at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Karron went online yesterday to discuss the latest news about swine flu.

Centre Daily Times (Penn.)
April 29, 2009
Community Achievers
Johns Hopkins angle: This column reports that Larissa Woskob of State College, chaired the 2009 Johns
Hopkins Concerto Competition, in which two students, pianist Mengyu Lan and cellist Philip Wolf, won and performed with the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra. Woskob is identified as a behavioral biology major at Johns Hopkins and also a student at Peabody Conservatory.

China.org
April 29, 2009
International youth orchestra to make beautiful music
Johns Hopkins angle: Article notes that cellist and conductor Sam Matthews is a Peabody alumnus.

Baltimore Sun
April 29, 2009
Shea is named interim CEO of nonprofit EBDI
Johns Hopkins angle: Brief mentions that East Baltimore Development Inc. is the private nonprofit group
heading a large urban renewal project north of Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Baltimore Business Journal
April 28, 2009
Johns Hopkins Health won’t speed up Suburban Hospital’s expansion plans
Johns Hopkins angle: Piece notes that but Suburban's soon-to-be parent company will not have much say in
getting its much-needed expansion approved and funded.

Baltimore Business Journal
April 28, 2009
Maryland Technology Development Corp. awards grants to BioMarker, LeukoSight
Johns Hopkins angle: Short story mentions that BioMarker is working with Johns Hopkins University to develop
a diagnostic test to detect breast, pancreatic and lung cancers.

Washington Times
April 29, 2009
Sugary drinks aren't so sweet
Johns Hopkins angle: The story refers to a study by researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Philadelphia Bulletin
April 29, 2009
Time's Klein Proves Mainstream Media Is Biased, Incompetent
Johns Hopkins angle: The story mentions William S. Halsted.

Philadelphia Inquirer
April 29, 2009
Journal making the Virtues devilishly interesting
Johns Hopkins angle: Psychiatrist Paul McHugh is mentioned.

Atlanta Journal Constitution
April 29, 2009
Medicare Part D shows market-based solutions work
Johns Hopkins angle: Cynthia Rand, Director of Johns Hopkins Center for Adherence Research, is mentioned.

Howard County Times (Md.)
April 28, 2009
Non-profits lobby for county money at hearing
Johns Hopkins angle: Johns Hopkins is mentioned.

The Malaysian Insider
April 29, 2009
Asia's rating: A for style, B for content
Johns Hopkins angle: The story quotes Bridget Welsh of the School of Advanced International Studies.

Radio Free Europe
April 29, 2009
With First 100 Days, Obama Seeks 'New Basis For Relationships' Abroad
Johns Hopkins angle: Daniel Hamilton, director of the U.S. Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns
Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, was quoted.

Bloomberg.com
April 29, 2009
Guards Watch India Polls as Mumbai Attacks Put Terror on Agenda
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes comments from Walter Andersen, associate director of the South
Asia Studies Program at SAIS.

The Business Standard (India)
April 29, 2009
Arvind Subramanian: Coupled economies, decoupled debates
Johns Hopkins angle: This column was written by Arvind Subramanian, a South Asia Studies lecturer at SAIS.

Voice of America News
April 27, 2009
Obama Strikes New Tone in Foreign Policy
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes comments from Daniel Hamilton, director of the Center for
Transatlantic Relations at SAIS.

Baltimore Sun
April 29, 2009
Midshipmen's berth in NCAAs is secure; Terps are on bubble
Johns Hopkins angle: A record crowd of 1,258 watched Mount St. Mary's drop a 12-5 decision Monday to No. 9
Johns Hopkins in the first night game at Waldron Family Stadium in Emmitsburg.

Mississippi Business Journal
April 29, 2009
Cochran: Mabus 'excellent choice'
Johns Hopkins angle: This article about the opening of confirmation hearings for former Mississippi Gov. Ray
Mabus, nominated to be secretary of the navy, mentions that Mabus completed a Woodrow Wilson fellowship at Johns Hopkins in 1970.

Philadelphia Inquirer
April 29, 2009
Gerhard A. Schad, 81, longtime Penn professor
Johns Hopkins angle: Schad accepted a position at Johns Hopkins International Center for Medical Research
and Training in Calcutta in 1964.

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