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34th Annual Peabody Concert presented by The Columbia (MD) Chapter of The Links, Inc.
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Applied Physics Laboratory
This free concert continues the decades-long tradition of celebrating student musicians and performers of the African diaspora.
Narrowing the Quantum Divide: Educational Gap | Future Talent & Workforce Development
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Hopkins Bloomberg Center
The science diplomacy quantum event will feature keynote remarks by ambassadors of Switzerland and Finland to the U.S., followed by panel discussions and flash talks by distinguished speakers from Switzerland, Finland, and the U.S.
Webinar: U.S. Taxation of International Students and Scholars
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
In partnership with the Johns Hopkins tax office, the Office of International Services (OIS) is pleased to sponsor a webinar on U.S. taxation.
Emotional Adulting Workshops
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Emotional Adulting is a brief, drop-in skills group designed to help you work with your emotions from a space of compassion, awareness, non-judgment, and curiosity. Each week will focus on a different practice and the curriculum will repeat.
Humanities in the Village: Nate Brown—On Writing Environmental Fiction
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Bird in Hand Coffee & Books
Nate Brown, author and senior lecturer at the Johns Hopkins University Writing Program, will be in conversation with Jean McGarry, a professor in the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, discussing "On Writing Environmental Fiction."
Geocoding in ArcGIS
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
This Johns Hopkins Data Services workshop will be hands on using ArcGIS Online, but students will be provided with directions as to how to geocode using ArcGIS Pro.
Exploring Trans Archives
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Brody Learning Commons
Three Sheridan Libraries curators will discuss individually selected objects from Special Collections, including trans oral histories, artist books, and zines, with an opportunity to spend hands-on time with collections related to trans cultural production.
Info Session: MS in Global Innovation and Leadership Program through Engineering
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Interested in entering a rapidly growing, technical industry but lack a background in engineering? Johns Hopkins Engineering's Master of Science in Global Innovation and Leadership through Engineering can give you the technical and management background you need to become a premier, all-around global technical leader, no matter your undergraduate degree.
Natural Philosophy Forum Distinguished Lecture: Geoffrey West
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Glass Pavilion
Geoffrey West, a theoretical physicist and distinguished professor at the Santa Fe Institute, will give the Distinguished Lecture for the Natural Philosophy Forum titled "The Simplicity, Unity and Complexity of Life from the Biosphere to the Anthroposphere."