We regularly offer events and activities for alumni to engage with each other and the School.
A Variety of Programming
Learn, support, and build connections with fellow alumni, the campus community, and public health professionals around the world. Check back regularly for updates and let us know how you'd like to get involved.
A Life Simulation Setting: Delivering Comprehensive Care to Neurodivergent Young People
Join Rick Silver, MD, ScM ’83, as he discusses how he delivers comprehensive care through “a life simulation setting”, which includes executive function skill building, medication, and family involvement resulting in the skills needed for independence.
July 21, 12:00-12:45 PM EDT
Where Intimate Partner Violence and Firearms Intersect: How Gun Policies Can Save Lives
Join us for a facilitated panel discussion on how risk factors for domestic violence are identified, what policies exist to prevent domestic violence with a firearm, and what is being done locally and nationally to close loopholes and enact more policies to protect the millions of people living in the United States at risk of intimate partner violence.
July 26, 12:00-12:45 PM EDT
Neighborhood Vital Signs: Resources in Brooklyn and Curtis Bay
Join Robbyn Lewis, MPH, for a conversation on what is at stake in the Baltimore neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Curtis Bay, what needs the communities have identified, and what is possible for the health of these communities and neighborhoods when needs are met.
August 11, 12:00-12:30 PM EDT
BSPH welcomes graduates from 2020 and 2021 to connect with their classmates and the School and celebrate their accomplishments during this event-filled weekend with opportunities for professional development, interest-area networking, department/program celebrations, signature events, and more!
For all 2019-20 and 2020-21 graduates only.
June 10 – 11, 2022
Current Areas of Interest
We're actively planning summer 2022 Spotlight Series events and we hope to feature alumni working in the following subject areas:
LGBTQIA+ access to healthcare
Access to reproductive healthcare
Climate change and global environmental health
If you're working in one of these spaces and want to talk about a Spotlight feature, send us an email.
Not working in one of those spaces but still interested in featuring your work at a Spotlight event? Let us know!
Hopkins at Home
From mini-courses to weekly lectures, you can access some of the best of what Hopkins has to offer, from labs, libraries, and lecture halls to your laptop. Check back regularly for growing catalog of programming.
Check out the JHU events calendar to get involved with University-wide affinity and regional programming. There's something for everyone!