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Times Higher Education
March 10, 2011
Six 'superbrands': their reputations precede them
Johns Hopkins angle: The university is ranked 14th in the reputational portion of the 2010-2011 Times Higher Education world university rankings. (The overall rankings were released in September). The rankings are here.

Guardian (UK)
March 11, 2011
World's top 100 universities 2011: their reputations ranked by Times Higher Education
Johns Hopkins angle: The university is ranked 14th on the list.

Baltimore Sun
March 9, 2011
Science education lacking in Maryland
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature quotes Adam Kim, a cell biologist and Johns Hopkins University graduate student who participates in a program that brings Johns Hopkins students into the Talent Development High School in Baltimore City.

Examiner.com
March 10, 2011
President and First Lady host "bullying summit" at White House
Johns Hopkins angle: Catherine Bradshaw of the Bloomberg School of Public Health will be on a panel at the “bullying summit” to be held today at the White House.

Sify News (ANI)
March 10, 2011
Some patients with cerebral palsy have asymmetric pelvic bones: Study
Johns Hopkins angle: This ANI story reports on a study led by Paul Sponseller of the Children’s Center that found that most children with severe cerebral palsy have starkly asymmetric pelvic bones.

Yahoo! News (HealthDay)
March 10, 2011
Kids With Cerebral Palsy May Have Asymmetric Pelvic Bones
Johns Hopkins angle: This HealthDay story reports on a study led by Paul Sponseller of the Children’s Center that found that most children with severe cerebral palsy have starkly asymmetric pelvic bones.

Sacramento Bee
March 10, 2011
Viewpoints: Healing is true test of a U.S. president
Johns Hopkins angle: This column by Washington Post writer David Broder, who died yesterday, mentions the writer’s visit to Marburg 2 at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The column, written in 1992, was published in a number of publications as a tribute to the writer.

Independent Online (South Africa)
March 10, 2011
Data lacking in home fertility tests – study
Johns Hopkins angle: Paul Brezina of the School of Medicine led a review that found that many at-home kits used to predict a woman's fertility, a man's sperm viability or a baby's gender lack solid data to confirm their accuracy, according to this story.

Red Orbit (Ivanhoe)
March 9, 2011
ALS Caused By A Retrovirus?
Johns Hopkins angle: Ivanhoe Newswire reports that a study led by Avindra Nath, M.D., a professor of neurology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that viruses that are a natural part of human genome, may be linked to a deadly progressive neurodegenerative disease, ALS.

Palm Springs Desert Sun
March 9, 2011
Teen athletes' hearts may be in danger
Johns Hopkins angle: This USA Today piece includes comments from Theodore Abraham of the Johns Hopkins Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Clinic.

Philadelphia Daily News
March 10, 2011
Ditching meat for Lent? Lunch-delivery service can help you make the sacrifice
Johns Hopkins angle: This story mentions Meatless Mondays, a wartime campaign revived in 2003 by Johns Hopkins' Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Modern Medicine
March 10, 2011
Study: Wound care matters most
Johns Hopkins angle: Aaron Chen of the Children’s Center led a study that found that preventing infection in a wound may depend more on simply keeping it clean than on choosing the right antibiotic.

Modern Ghana
March 10, 2011
MMDAs urged to increase budgetary support for malaria control programmes
Johns Hopkins angle: The Ghana News Agency reports that Emmanuel Fiagbey, Country Director, Johns Hopkins' Voices Project, has called on Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to consider increasing their budgetary support for malaria control advocacy programs from the current 0.5 per cent to about 2.0 per cent or more.

Baltimore Sun
March 9, 2011
The aches and pains of aging
Johns Hopkins angle: This site provides a transcript of Wednesday’s live online health chat that was conducted with Paul Christo, director of the Multidisciplinary Pain Fellowship Training Program at the School of Medicine.

Delaware Online
March 10, 2011
Chuck's new lungs a reality
Johns Hopkins angle: Quoted is Ashish Shah, a transplant surgeon at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Baltimore Magazine

March 2011 Issue
Change of Harp
Johns Hopkins angle: This feature profiles journalist Eliza Bussey, who – at age 50 – decided to learn to play the harp. The story states she is now studying part-time at the Peabody Conservatory, alongside fellow students who have been playing music since age five.


San Francisco Chronicle
March 9, 2011
Gohar Vardanyan-Jesse McCann Concert
Johns Hopkins angle: This concert preview mentions that Armenian classical guitarist Gohar Vardanyan holds a bachelor of music degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Manuel Barrueco.


The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)
March 9, 2011
Schadt winner performs Tchaikovsky with ASO
Johns Hopkins angle: This features states that the winner of last weekend’s Allentown Symphony Orchestra's Schadt String Competition was classical guitarist Petrit Ceku of Prizen, Kosovo, a student at the Peabody Conservatory.

Coast Weekend (Astoria, Oregon)
March 9, 2011
Jeffrey Jacob concert to be held at Liberty Theater
Johns Hopkins angle: This concert preview mentions that internationally acclaimed pianist and composer Jeffrey Jacob earned his doctorate at the Peabody Conservatory.

Maryland Daily Record
March 10, 2011
On the Move
Johns Hopkins angle: Scott Williams, a civil engineering graduate of Johns Hopkins, and Trent Stoup, director of information systems for development and alumni relations, are among newly named members of the board of directors of Baltimore Reads.

Delaware Online
March 9, 2011
Schweitzer Thriving at Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins angle: Courtney Schweizer, a St. Mark's High graduate, had a terrific opener as a sophomore defender/midfielder for the Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team.

Baltimore Sun
March 9, 2011
No. 14 Johns Hopkins men rout Manhattan, 10-3
Johns Hopkins angle: This sports column reports that JHU’s men’s lacrosse team scored a 10-3 win over visiting Manhattan at Homewood Field on Wednesday night. In a women’s lacrosse game, the column adds, Johns Hopkins defeated Towson 10-1.

Baltimore Sun
March 10, 2011
Injury could sideline UMBC's starting goalkeeper
Johns Hopkins angle: This men’s lacrosse blog post states that UMBC’s team could enter the annual showdown with Johns Hopkins without its starting goalie.

LaxPower
March 10, 2011
No. 11 Johns Hopkins Shuts Down Manhattan
Johns Hopkins angle: This story reports that the 11th-ranked Blue Jays won 10-3 over visiting Manhattan at Homewood Field Wednesday evening.

Baltimore Sun
March 9, 2011
Leather-clad rooster with Jesus head alights on West Baltimore rowhouse
Johns Hopkins angle: An item in this column notes that Christopher Newport University’s athletics website, previewing an upcoming NCAA women’s basketball tournament game, referred to “Johnson Hopkins University.” JHU spokesman Dennis O’Shea is quoted in the column.

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Inside Higher Ed
March 10, 2011
Defeat for Academic Labor
Senate Republicans in Wisconsin find way to pass governor's plan to bar or limit most collective bargaining in public sector.

Chronicle of Higher Education
March 9, 2011
In Pennsylvania, Campus Leaders Prepare to Trim Budgets as They Fight Governor's Proposed Cuts
The state is the latest to have to cope with a plan from a new Republican governor that would significantly shrink state support for higher education.

New York Times
March 10, 2010
More Foreign-Born Scholars Lead U.S. Universities
The globalization of the college presidency is an outgrowth of the increase of international students on campuses.

Inside Higher Ed
March 10, 2011
'Courses of Interest' for Athletes
Stanford University on Wednesday found itself in an unaccustomed place: in the middle of a new media maelstrom about whether the academically elite institution's athletes were cutting corners -- with the help of campus officials.

New York Times
March 10, 2011
School of Glock – Op-ed column
At least nine states are currently considering legislation to allow guns on college campuses.

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