Johns Hopkins University Grows Its Lead in Research SpendingIn terms of spending, Johns Hopkins University has maintained the top spot in a ranking of all institutions receiving federal money for the 36th consecutive year.
Johns Hopkins Plans to Award Jobs, Contracts to ResidentsThe Johns Hopkins University and its Health System says it will increase its hiring from troubled Baltimore communities and award more construction contracts to local, minority- and women-owned businesses.
Johns Hopkins Announces New Sexual Misconduct PolicyJohns Hopkins University, one of more than 100 schools under federal investigation for their handling of sexual assault complaints, has unveiled a new sexual misconduct policy.
Mother of Md. Crash Victim Now Teaching Elderly DriversThe mother of a college student who died after he was struck by an elderly driver while on his bicycle is now teaching senior citizens about factors that may impair their driving ability.
This Is Why It's Hard To Remember Exact ColorsSea foam green, robin's egg blue, razzmataz - most people's eyes can see Crayola's best, along with millions of other colors, but it's hard to remember those exact colors after the fact.
$1B Lawsuit Filed Against Johns Hopkins for Role in Study That Gave Subjects STDsMore than 750 plaintiffs are suing the Johns Hopkins Hospital System Corp. over its role in a series of medical experiments in Guatemala in the 1940s and 1950s during which subjects were deliberately infected with venereal diseases without their consent.
Johns Hopkins Study Sheds Light on Brain Damage of Former NFL PlayersA new study on the cognitive function of former NFL players, done by Johns Hopkins scientists and published in the February issue of the journal Neurobiology of Disease, sheds new light on concussion-related brain damage.
Maryland Governor to Join Hopkins as Visiting ProfessorOutgoing Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will join the Johns Hopkins University business school as a visiting faculty member.
Baltimore Wedding Gown Designer Creates Suit for Ebola WorkersA Baltimore wedding designer has been working over-time to create a safer suit to protect healthcare workers from the Ebola virus.
Johns Hopkins Apologizes for Sending 'Welcome' E-mails to Rejected ApplicantsJohns Hopkins University in Baltimore is apologizing after nearly 300 applicants who had actually been rejected received congratulatory e-mails.
Rape Reported at Johns Hopkins Frat HouseBaltimore police are investigating a rape reported at a Johns Hopkins University off-campus fraternity house.
Hopkins: Students Should Have Been Told of AssaultThe president of Johns Hopkins University says the college should have warned students, faculty and staff after an alleged sexual assault at a fraternity house last year.

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