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Why Undergraduate Research Matters

Originally written by Josh Moody for U.S. News in September 2019.

Undergraduate research opportunities extend across disciplines, taking many forms and offering benefits regardless of major, experts say, noting that such work helps students develop a variety of skills that …

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The Class of 2021 WANT to work in the office – and other ways to attract more Gen Z applicants

Originally published by Roy Maurer for Society for Human Resource Management in July 2021

Only 2 percent of graduating seniors are seeking full-time remote work

The good news is that the Class of 2021 is entering a much more advantageous …

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How can employers improve from last year so Gen Z can see it?

Originally published by Roy Maurer for Society for Human Resource Management in July 2021

After last summer’s abrupt switch to virtual internships, employers are planning new experiences to keep this key source of talent development working.

Most college students missed …

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Creating a Proposal for Your Research

Creating a research proposal is the first step that you should take when you want to pitch your project to the research administration: Johns Hopkins University Research Administration (JHURA) that supports the research and related activities of the Johns Hopkins …

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Hopkins Technology Ventures for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

More than 170 startups in areas ranging from the life sciences to engineering technology and digital health have already benefited from JHU Technology Ventures (JHTV). These companies have raised more than $2.7B in cumulative venture funding since 2014. Johns Hopkins …

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Why Strengthening Students is Important?

A 2014 poll by Gallup indicated that only 18% of college graduates feel emotionally attached to their alma mater. An emotional bond with the higher ed institution doesn’t build momentarily as a new student comes into their school and doesn’t …

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How to Strengthen Students?

Education has become a lot more than classes and lectures. One of the goals of Johns Hopkins University is that every graduate should have at least one solid mentorship relationship by the end of their programs but it doesn’t have …

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5 benefits of becoming a School of Nursing Preceptor

Preceptors are engaged clinical professionals who provide supervised clinical rotations while mentoring and educating Johns Hopkins pre-licensure and advanced practice nursing students. Precepting gives the health care professional the opportunity to partner with Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing to …

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Current Research Projects in the School of Nursing

Want to contribute to the research program at Johns Hopkins but don’t know where to start? School of Nursing has a list of currently ongoing research projects to inspire you to get started. You can view it following this link:

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Top Funding Priorities for School of Medicine Research

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is one of the world’s greatest institutions of education, research and patient care. Gifts to Johns Hopkins are an investment in a better future, because what Johns Hopkins achieves, it shares with the …

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