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Date: December 12, 2016
Date: September 20, 2017
The Undergraduate Research Symposium is a university-wide event that allows students conducting independent projects and participating in research in all fields of study to share and be recognized for their work. Submissions are due Thursday, Sept. 28.
Date: May 30, 2017
Susan Courtney, a brain scientist who has served as chair of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Johns Hopkins University for the past four years, will become the university’s next vice provost for faculty affairs, Provost Sunil Kumar announced in a message to university leadership today. More information
Date: January 7, 2017
The Johns Hopkins University will be hosting “Day of Undergraduate Research in Engineering, the Arts & Humanities, Medicine and the Sciences” which will be held on Friday, April 21st from 1:00pm-4:00pm in the Goldfarb Gym, Ralph O’Conner Recreation Center (Homewood Campus).
Date: August 9, 2016
Dr. Cindy Moss was selected to receive the 2016-2017 Johns Hopkins Discovery Award for The Bat Hand-wing: A Model System for Sensing and Feedback Control in Animals. The Johns Hopkins Discovery Award provides grant awards to cross-divisional teams, comprised of faculty and/or non-faculty members from at least two schools or affiliates of the university, who are […]
Date: June 15, 2015
The first annual Johns Hopkins Sleep & Circadian Research Day will be held on Monday, June 22, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Chevy Chase Auditorium in the Zayed Building. Participants from more than 30 departments across Hopkins and local institutions will present and hear about the latest findings in sleep and circadian research. The […]
Date: March 4, 2015
Johns Hopkins will hold its first ever Undergraduate Research Day on Thursday, April 16, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Ralph S. O’Connor Recreational Center. If you are currently working on research that you would like to use as part of the requirement for your departmental honors, please contact your faculty adviser or the department administrator to get more information. Click here to learn more.
Date: March 1, 2015
“I’m very interested in how humans and animals perceive the world—that’s the big picture. I just happen to use the echolating bat as a model because it can give us information that other animal models don’t.” Click to read the article.
Date: November 22, 2014
Cindy Moss, an expert on how bats use echolocation to navigate their way through the world, arrived this past summer at Johns Hopkins after 19 years at the University of Maryland. In what she calls her bat lab, a suite of rooms in Ames’ basement, she films the bats in flight with high-speed cameras and uses sensitive audio equipment to record the high frequency calls bats make with their voice boxes or tongues, bouncing the sounds off objects and using the feedback to alter their flight paths accordingly. Click to read more.
Date: February 7, 2013
Curated by Hannah Weinberg-Wolf, a senior in the David S. Olton Program in Behavioral Biology, this exhibition introduces visitors to the neuroaesthetics of touch and aims to gather useful data from participants. Please Touch: An Interactive Study on the Neurological Mechanisms of Tactile Aesthetics is located in the quad-level lobby of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library on the Homewood campus. Click to read more.