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This page highlights some events around JHU that may be of interest to students in the MASE program. 


Writing Data Management Plans with DMPTool

Hosted by: JHU Data Services

Open to: Faculty, Students, and Staff
Format: Online
Date: June 1, 2022 from 1-2pm EDT
Registration: Required: Please register for the event here

Data management plans (DMPs) are increasingly required in the grant proposal process, particularly for research funding from federal agencies. In this 1-hour workshop with JHU Data Services, learn how the free, online DMPTool (https://dmptool.org/) can help you organize your data management plan and tailor plans to your funder’s requirements. We will discuss the main components of an effective data management plan, how JHU Data Services can help with DMPs, and provide a hands-on tutorial of using DMPTool to create and share your plans. This workshop is aimed at faculty, postdoctoral researchers and graduate students from all disciplines. Learn more about JHU Data Services and our DMP consultations at https://dataservices.library.jhu.edu/consulting/.


Health Innovator Fireside Chat: Austin Kilaru, Katherine Sapra, and Chris Crider

Hosted by: Hopkins Business of Health Initiative Fireside Chat Series

Open to: Faculty, Students, and Staff
Format: Online
Date: June 17, 2022 from 12-1pm EDT
Registration: Not Required: Please join using this Zoom Link (Meeting ID: 948 9140 3056 | Passcode: 718265)

Austin Kilaru from the University of Pennsylvania and Katherine J. Sapra and Chris Crider from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation will discuss “Health Care Leaders’ Perspectives on the Maryland All-Payer Model” as part of the Hopkins Business of Health Initiative Fireside Chat Series.

The goal of this series is to showcase the innovations and ideas from our own health system and university leaders. The sessions use a “fireside chat” format and virtual engagement from the audience is welcome. Sign up for the full series online.

The Hopkins Business of Health Initiative unites the Carey Business School, Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Nursing, and School of Medicine around research collaborations to improve the productivity of the nation’s health system to advance a shared vision of a healthier America, supported by an affordable and equitable, high-value healthcare.


Empires of Ideas: Creating the Modern University from Germany to America to China

Hosted by: Stanford Digital Education and Trinity College

Open to: Faculty, Students, General Public, and Staff
Format: Online
Date: June 22, 2022 from 7-8pm EDT
Registration: Required: Please register for the event here

William Kirby is Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration and T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies at Harvard University. His forthcoming book, Empires of Ideas: Creating the Modern University from Germany to America to China, examines whether the most preeminent global universities could, in the coming years, be found in China rather than the United States. He will be interviewed by Noah Pickus, chief academic officer at Minerva Project.

This event is free and part of the online book conversation series Academic Innovation for the Public Good, organized by Stanford Digital Education and Trinity College. Each event features an author of a recently published book exploring the role of colleges and universities in addressing society’s problems. An expert in the author’s field will conduct the interview, followed by questions from the audience. Johns Hopkins University is among the sponsors of the conversation series.