Category Archives: Events and Exhibits

Includes library events (e.g., classes, Friends of the Libraries lectures) and exhibits

Why We March

When people feel they are not being represented—that their voices and experiences don’t matter, when they feel there is a great wrong in the world, and when they have simply had enough—they often take to the streets and march. Increased … Continue reading

Let there be Light!

As our daylight hours dwindle, I am always reminded of Dylan Thomas. Not because he wrote “A Child’s Christmas in Wales,” but because of his poem “Do not go gentle into that good night.” Thomas of course was writing of … Continue reading

Digitized Daniel Coit Gilman correspondence now available

University Archives recently completed a project funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (the granting arm of the National Archives) to digitize approximately 65,000 pages of letters received and sent by Daniel Coit Gilman. Gilman was Johns Hopkins … Continue reading

Early American Christmas at Homewood by Julie Rose

From boxwood to magnolia leaf garlands, Homewood Museum is decked out for the season! The house is fully decorated and open for everyone to enjoy this holiday season. Volunteers and staff decorated the museum for the holidays with garlands,  boxwood, and … Continue reading

Intersession at the Library: Five Courses to Choose From

Intersession at Homewood is a great opportunity to try something new. Even if it’s a course in your major, Intersession courses often focus on aspects or topics that can’t be addressed in a semester-long class. MSEL librarians offer four Intersession … Continue reading

EVENT: Doing Medicine in Space, October 26th

CONVERSATIONS IN MEDICINE EVENT: Date: Thursday, October 26, 2017 Time: 5:30-6:30 Social Hour; 6:30 talk by Dr. Feinberg Place: Mason Hall RSVP required! Dr. Andrew Feinberg leads the Johns Hopkins Center for Epigenetics, and in December 2015 was appointed a … Continue reading

Library Shop Classes

Library shop classes? Of course! The Sheridan Libraries offer many tools to help you with your library research. While you can always stop at the Reference Consultation Office and Information Desk on M-level, use our Ask a Librarian service, or … Continue reading

Pop-up Mapathon for Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Hurricane Disaster Relief Mapathon  Thursday, October 5, 2017 3:00-5:30 p.m. Great Hall, Levering  The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries has organized a pop-up mapathon to offer immediate support to on-the-ground relief efforts in Puerto Rico. In response to humanitarian crises caused by the … Continue reading

Pretty Sure You Didn’t Know This About Hopkins

You’re probably familiar with a lot of the JHU offices and centers; maybe you have visited the Office of Multicultural Affairs, checked equipment out of the Digital Media Center, or joined some of the more than 300 student organizations and … Continue reading

Lunch Bags and Laptops: Workshops About ORCID and Metrics

The Library is launching a new workshop series titled Lunch Bags and Laptops. The goal is to offer you a hands-on chance to examine different aspects of scholarly publishing. The first workshop will help you uniquely identify yourself as an … Continue reading