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Baltimore Sun
October 6, 2009
Hopkins scientist shares Nobel Prize
Johns Hopkins angle: A profile of Professor Carol Greider of the School of Medicine, who shared Monday in
the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine.

Baltimore Sun
October 6, 2009
A step toward curing cancer
Johns Hopkins angle: A closer look at the field of science opened up by the discovery that won Professor
Carol Greider of the School of Medicine a share in Monday's the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine.

Baltimore Sun
October 6, 2009
More than a Nobel cause
Johns Hopkins angle: Editorial commenting on Professor Carol Greider of the School of Medicine, who shared
Monday in the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, and on the importance of basic research.

Newsweek
October 5, 2009
The Science Behind The Nobel Prize For Medicine
Johns Hopkins angle: Columnist Sharon Begley describes the difficulty of translating basic science, such as
the work that won a Nobel Prize in medicine for the School of Medicine’s Carole Greider and two other
scientists, into medical progress.

New York Times
3 Americans Share Nobel for Medicine
October 6, 2009
Johns Hopkins angle: This article provides updated coverage of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in
Physiology or Medicine to three Americans, including School of Medicine professor Carol Greider.

Washington Post
October 6, 2009
Scientists' Genetic Work Earns Nobel Prize
Johns Hopkins angle: The article focuses on of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to
three Americans, including School of Medicine professor Carol Greider.

Boston Globe
October 6, 2009
Boston geneticist shares Nobel
Johns Hopkins angle: This article describes the contributions of the School of Medicine’s Carol Greider as
co-winner of the Nobel Prize in medicine.

Washington Times
Hopkins scholar shares in Nobel Prize
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature mentions that Carol Greider, a School of Medicine professor and research
scientist who won the Nobel Prize on Monday, celebrated by going to work anyway and taking along her
children.

Sacramento Bee (California)
October 6, 2009
Amid chores, the call: You won a Nobel
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature on Carol Greider’s Nobel Prize win focuses on the facts that the School of
Medicine professor grew up in Davis, Calif., and graduated from Davis Senior High School.

Bloomberg News
October 6, 2009
Christmas Discovery on Cancer, Aging Brought Nobel to Two Women
Johns Hopkins angle: This updated Bloomberg wire story includes comments from the School of Medicine’s
Carol Greider on the work she did as a graduate student that led to her Nobel Prize win on Monday.

Los Angeles Times
October 6, 2009
3 U.S. scientists share Nobel Prize in medicine
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports on Carol Greider of the School of Medicine being honored Monday
as co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in medicine.

Contra Costa Times (California)
October 5, 2009
Nobel Prize for UCSF biologist
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports on the research that Carol Greider, now of the School of
Medicine, conducted as a graduate student, work that led to her being honored Monday as co-recipient of the
Nobel Prize in medicine.

Daily Record
October 6, 2009
Greider’s Nobel means attention, and money, for Hopkins
Johns Hopkins angle: A look at the implications for Johns Hopkins of Professor Carol Greider's Nobel Prize.

Baltimore Business Journal
October 5, 2009
Johns Hopkins researcher Greider wins Nobel Prize
Johns Hopkins angle: Coverage of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to three
Americans, including School of Medicine professor Carol Greider.

WJZ.com (Channel 13 – Baltimore)
Hopkins Professor Receives Nobel Medicine Award
Johns Hopkins angle: School of Medicine researcher Carol Greider’s Nobel Prize win is covered by the local
television station.

ABC2news.com (WMAR-TV – Baltimore)
October 5, 2009
Johns Hopkins Professor Wins Nobel Prize
Johns Hopkins angle: School of Medicine researcher Carol Greider’s Nobel Prize win is covered by the local television station.

San Francisco Chronicle
October 6, 2009
UCSF biologist wins Nobel Prize in medicine
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature describes the research that led to Monday’s Nobel Prize in medicine award
to Carol Greider of the School of Medicine and two other scientists.

National Geographic News
October 5, 2009
Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded for Cracking DNA Puzzle
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports on the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to
three Americans, including School of Medicine professor Carol Greider.

CBSNews.com
October 6, 2009
All Eyes on Nobel Physics Prize
Johns Hopkins angle: This Associated Press article, written before Tuesday’s awards were announced,
speculates on who might win the Nobel Prize in physics and mentions Krieger School astronomer Adam Reiss as
a prospect for his dark energy research. (Reiss was not among this year’s winners.)

Washington Post
October 6, 2009
Swine flu Q&A
Johns Hopkins angle: Andrew Pekosz, an associate professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at the
Bloomberg School of Public Health, answers questions about the H1N1 vaccine.

Bloomberg News
October 5, 2009
Youngest Preterm Babies Get More Care, Not Likelier to Live
Johns Hopkins angle: This Bloomberg wire story reports on research led by Pamela Donohue, director of
clinical research in neonatology at the School of Medicine.

Reuters.com (U.K.)
October 5, 2009
U.S. pre-term babies die despite medical care: study
Johns Hopkins angle: This wire story quotes Pamela Donohue of Johns Hopkins Childrens Center, who led the
study.

HealthDay
October 5, 2009
Do Preemies Benefit From High-Tech Measures?
Johns Hopkins angle: This article reports on research conducted by Pamela K. Donohue and colleagues at
Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Donohue is quoted.

Washington Examiner
October 6, 2009
'Science City' will be scaled back, council president predicts
Johns Hopkins angle: This article quotes the president of the Montgomery County Council as predicting that
a “Science City” development supported by JHU will be scaled back. David McDonough, the university’s
director of development oversight, also is quoted.

Asia Online (Hong Kong)
October 6, 2009
Ghost of Thaksin's past visits Abhisit
Johns Hopkins angle: Seth Kane, the author of this opinion piece, is a master’s degree candidate at JHU’s
School for Advanced International Studies.

Washington Post
October 6, 2009
That'll Be $418 For Use of the Examining Room
Johns Hopkins angle: Brief mention of Johns Hopkins Hospital in a story about facility charges on medical
bills.

Washingtonpost.com
October 6. 2009
Short Stack: Guns and Democracy
Johns Hopkins angle: Joshua Horwitz, a visiting scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
Health and executive director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, is guest blogger for a discussion of
the Second Amendment and the gun rights lobby.

Baltimore Sun
October 6, 2009
Report: Over 2 million babies and mothers die each year due to childbirth complications
Johns Hopkins angle: This Associated Press article attributes this information to a study by Save The
Children, the Gates Foundation and JHU.

AllAfrica.com
October 5, 2009
South Africa: HIV Prevalence Among Antenatal Women Stabilized
Johns Hopkins angle: This article includes comments from Lusanda Mahlalela, deputy director at Johns
Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa.

Channel News Asia (Singapore)
October 6, 2009
UN blast shows Pakistan Taliban still potent, despite blows
Johns Hopkins angle: This AFP wire story includes comments from Hasan Askari, a visiting professor at JHU’s
School of Advanced International Studies.

Straits Times (Singapore)
October 6, 2009
Future plans 'without Anwar'
Johns Hopkins angle: This article provides coverage of a speech delivered Monday at JHU’s School of
Advanced Academic Studies by Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.


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USA Today
October 6, 2009
College technology 'catching up' with students
Today's college classrooms are high-tech marvels, with overhead projectors and grease pencils replaced by
document cameras, handheld clickers and interactive white boards.

New York Times
October 6, 2009
Investment Indigestion at Stanford
The university appears to be rethinking an investment strategy that relies on big bets on illiquid assets
like real estate.

Syracuse Post-Standard (N.Y.)
October 6, 2009
Graduates' college debt drives their job choices
Millions of college students are carrying record debt as they emerge from college into one of the worst job
markets in decades.

Chronicle of Higher Education
October 6, 2009
Ithaca College Overshoots Its Admissions Mark and Pays a Price
The college is dealing with the financial consequences of admitting more than 300 additional students this
fall, even paying 31 students to defer their enrollment.

Inside Higher Ed
October 5, 2009
International 'Leapfrogging'
A new study examines the impact of a decline in share of the world's college students who are educated in the
United States.

Inside Higher Ed
October 5, 2009
Old School Values
Many other colleges are building new, state-of-the-art centers designed to propel them into the 21st
century. But in its Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation, Chestnut Hill is looking to emphasize the
principles that the Sisters of St. Joseph -- the college’s founding order of nuns -- have espoused since
the 17th century.

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