A pathbreaking public health leader and “a force of nature,” Edyth Hull Schoenrich, MD, MPH ’71, passed away at age 101. She was a vital part of Johns Hopkins for more than 70 years and shaped the Bloomberg School in profound ways.
Recognized as a father of autoimmune disease research, Noel R. Rose, MD, PhD, former chair of what is now the W. Harry Feinstone Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, passed away at age 92.
After considering how to achieve our collective teaching mission in this pandemic year, we have decided to offer only online and virtual instruction and learning for the first and second terms of the 2020-2021 academic year.
We are developing an IDARE strategy that will integrate with our "Power of Public Health" strategic plan. We will also begin to address in earnest eight priorities that were identified by the BSPH community as needed immediate attention.
When faced with new realities, we know you will rise to the challenge—both here at JHSPH and in the professional work you plan to pursue. The world needs you more than ever, and we will ensure you are set up for success.