Author Archives: Meredith Shelby

Egypt: The Birthplace of Flip Flops?

It’s summer and flip-flops are in full bloom! Over the centuries, shoe designers have added heels, blinged them out, and crafted them from a variety of materials. The obsession for this ancient sandal has even sprouted its own national day … Continue reading

An Evening with Thomas Dolby – May 2nd

Presented by The Friends of the Johns Hopkins Libraries… TUESDAY, MAY 2nd Reception at 6:00 p.m. followed by 6:45 p.m. talk in MASON HALL on Homewood Campus (3101 Wyman Park Dr., Baltimore, MD 21218). This event is FREE, but RSVP is requested … Continue reading

China Data and GIS Workshop

Are you interested in learning about spatial data and spatial analysis? If so, you don’t want to miss this upcoming workshop on China and U.S. data and GIS. Dr. Shuming Bao, director of China Data Center at the University of Michigan, … Continue reading

Get Paid For Research This Summer with DURA

Want to do original research over the summer and get paid for it?  Apply for one of the  Sheridan Libraries’ Dean’s Undergraduate Research Awards (DURA).  The awards are designed to stimulate and support undergraduate research in the humanities and social … Continue reading

10 Tips for an Impressive Presentation

By guest blogger, Michelle Bedolla, a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University. Presentations are big components of conferences, classes, and work. They allow you to spread your knowledge to a larger audience. All eyes and ears are on you when … Continue reading

Pokémon Student Art: From Digital to Dry-Erase Canvas

The JHU campus is teeming with Pokémon GO players. Recently, the Milton S. Eisenhower Library (MSEL) staff stumbled upon two students, Rohith Bhethanabotla and Conan Chen, who were freehand drawing Pokémon characters in one of the Brody Learning Commons (BLC) … Continue reading