Contents of the
This is a listing of the contents of the time
capsule installed in Gilman Hall on Oct. 12,
2001, as part of the celebration of the
university's 125th anniversary. The capsule
is scheduled to be opened in 2076, the
university's bicentennial and the tricentennial
year of the United States.
Messages to The Johns Hopkins University
Community of 2076
Letter from President William R. Brody, October 12,
Compilation of messages posted on the 125th Anniversary
Website, September 2001 (print-out and CD-ROM), and cover
letter by Dennis R. O'Shea, Executive Director,
Communications and Public Affairs.
Materials Relating to the 125th Anniversary
Commemoration Day, February 22, 2001 (postponed to Tuesday,
March 27, 2001, due to snowstorm), program and invitations
from Provost Steven Knapp and Vice President and Secretary
Emeritus Ross Jones.
125th Anniversary Celebration Dinner, February 18, 2001,
invitation and program.
Tee shirt for the "125 Ways of Caring" community service
campaign by Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students in
University-wide Publications and
Mame Warren, Johns Hopkins: Knowledge for the World,
1876-2001, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University,
2000. This book was published to commemorate the 125th
anniversary of the Johns Hopkins University and was created
using archival photographs and text drawn from 55 oral
history interviews of Hopkins-related individuals, conducted
by Mame Warren. The full transcripts of the interviews are
also included in the time capsule, stored on CD-ROM.
Significant issues of
The Johns Hopkins Magazine:
May 1976, Volume 27, Number 3, commemorating the
centennial of The Johns Hopkins University, Elise Hancock,
Knowledge for the World: A Portrait of The Johns Hopkins
University, 2000. This CD-ROM provides a 20-minute
overview of the Johns Hopkins University in pictures and
words, narrated by actor, John Astin '52; written, produced
and directed by Mike Field and Julie Morgan '76.
June 1989, Volume 41, Number 3, commemorating the
centennial of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Alan Sea and Janet
Farrar Worthington, co-editors.
April/June 1991, Volume 43, Numbers 2 & 3. The lead
article in this issue is a compilation of photographs and
text depicting activities at the various campuses of the
University during a thirty-six hour period, Tuesday,
February 12, 1991, 6:00 a.m., and Wednesday, February 13,
1991, 5:59 p.m., Elise Hancock, editor.
April 2000, Volume 52, Number 2, "Pioneers of the
Past, Present, and Future," commemorating the fiftieth
anniversary of The Johns Hopkins Magazine, Sue
The JHU Gazette, Volume 31, Number 3, September 17,
2001, and Volume 31, Number 4, September 24, 2001, Lois
Letter from President William R. Brody to "Alumni and
Friends," Summer 2001.
The Johns Hopkins University Board of Trustees Handbook
and University By-Laws, 2000-2001.
"Johns Hopkins Update," May 2000-May 2001. A synopsis of
articles in The JHU Gazette, compiled by Margaret H.
Hindman, director, Development Communications.
Divisional and Campus
Homewood Campus Plan, Final Report, May 2001. Documentation
of physical plant planning for the Homewood Campus, 1999-
Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Arts & Sciences Update, Volume 4, Number 1, Fall
2001, Johanna Zacharias, editor.
G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering
Expanding Our Intellectual Territory, Annual Report
of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering, 2001,
Andrew Douglas and Diana Whitman, managing editors.
School of Professional Studies in Business and
Catalogue, Academic Year 2001-2002.
Johns Hopkins University Graduate Division of Education,
Partnership Projects, 2001-2002.
School of Medicine/Johns Hopkins Medicine
Hopkins 24/7: The Rest of the Story, A Biennial Report
from Johns Hopkins Medicine,1999-2001.
Come Talk with Us: About The Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, student prospectus.
Hopkins Medical News, Volume 24, Number 3,
Spring/Summer 2001; Volume 24, Number 4, Fall 2001,
commemorating the publication's 25th anniversary, Edith
Dome: A Publication for All the Members of the Johns
Hopkins Medicine Family, Volume 52, Number 7, September
2001, Mary Ann Ayd and Mary Ellen Miller, co-editors.
Johns Hopkins Medical Institution East Baltimore Campus
Community Services Directory, 5th edition, June
Hopkins Nurse: A Publication by the Nurses of The Johns
Hopkins Hospital to Recognize and Advance Professional
Nursing, Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2001, Anne Bennett
Johns Hopkins Physician, Volume 13, Number 2, Summer
2001, a newsletter for Hopkins clinical faculty and
referring physicians, Gary Logan, managing editor.
Change: A Biweekly Forum for Johns Hopkins Medicine
Faculty and Senior Staff, Volume 5, Number 14, September
12, 2001, Patrick Gilbert, managing editor.
Bloomberg School of Public Health
Diary of a Campaign, Honor Roll of The Johns Hopkins
Initiative, 2000, Sally O'Brien, editor.
School of Nursing
Vigilando: The Magazine of the Johns Hopkins Nurses'
Alumni Association, Volume 100, Number 1, Spring 2001,
Betty Scher '50, editor.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing: Nursing
News, Volume 16, Issue 1, Spring 2001, Kate Pipkin,
A Harmonious Whole, DVD documenting the Peabody
Institute's $24 million construction project, for which
ground was broken on September 19, 2001.
Peabody Concert Calendar, 2001-2002.
The Prophetic Eye: The George Peabody Bicentenary
Exhibition, 1995, Elizabeth Schaaf, curator, exhibit
Directory of Peabody Musicians in Maryland, 1999/2000,
compiled Summer 2000.
Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International
SAISPHERE, December 2000, Felisa M. Neuringer,
Photographs of the school's campuses in Washington, DC, and
The Bologna Center catalogue, academic year 2001-2002.
"Letter from Nanjing," Elizabeth Knup, American co-director
of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American
Studies in Nanjing, China, The JHU Gazette, Volume
28, Number 35, May 17, 1999.
"The Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for
Chinese and American Studies in Nanjing, People's Republic
of China," brochure.
Applied Physics Laboratory
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Annual Report 2000.
The APL News, October 2001.
Medallion, replica of the original that flew on the space
shuttle, flight STS-98, which carried the Near Earth
Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) mission spacecraft (NEAR
Shoemaker). Launch was February 17, 1996. NEAR Shoemaker
entered into orbit around the Asteroid Eros on February 14,
2000, and the spacecraft landed on Eros on February 12,
2001. The medallion bears the Applied Physics Laboratory
logo on one side and an image of the NEAR Shoemaker
spacecraft on the other.
Lapel pin, Project NEAR (Near Earth Asteroid
Aerial photograph of the Applied Physics Laboratory.
Center for Talented Youth
Annual Report 2000, Charles Beckman, editor.
Homewood Undergraduate Publications and Media
Hullabaloo 2001: Under Construction, yearbook of the
undergraduate Class of 2001, Krieger School of Arts and
Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering.
The Johns Hopkins News-Letter, Volume CVI, Issues 2 &
3, September 13 and 20, 2001.
Hopkins Unplugged: A JHU A Cappella Compilation,
compact disk of music performed by student a cappella
groups: Adoremus, The Allnighters, Ketzev, The Mental Notes,
The Octopodes, The Sirens, and The Vocal Chords.
Materials Relating to the Johns Hopkins
Initiative Fundraising Campaign
Transforming the Future: The Johns Hopkins Initiative,
1994-2000 (December 2000).
Named Professorships, Deanships & Directorships, The Johns
Hopkins University, Margaret Hindman and Emily Richards,
Invitation to the celebration concluding the Johns Hopkins
Initiative, October 14, 2000.
Medallion given to donors of $100,000 and greater at the
conclusion of the Johns Hopkins Initiative.
Lapel pin, Hopkins Alumni, black and gold.
Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association credit card.
Johns Hopkins University ring.
Photograph of Steinwald Alumni House.
Materials Relating to Research and
Discovery at Johns Hopkins
History of the Human Genome Project by Dr. Hamilton Smith,
former Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty
member and winner of the 1978 Nobel Prize for Medicine, June
2001, PowerPoint presentation on CD-ROM.
Human Embryonic Stem Cells, John D. Gearhart, Ph.D., C.
Michael Armstrong Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics,
Physiology, Comparative Medicine, Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology, School of Medicine, cell culture stained with
DPC4 gene identified in the laboratory of Scott E.
Kern, M.D., School of Medicine, in 1996, slide of
immunohistochemical stain for Dpc4, prepared by Ralph H.
Hruban, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Oncology, and Robb
E. Wilentz, M.D., Instructor of Pathology, School of
Gene Chips: HuSNP mapping assay, Ralph H. Hruban, M.D. and
Anirban Maitra, M.D. Instructor of Pathology, School of
AIDSVAX® experimental AIDS vaccine, Donald S. Burke,
M.D., Professor of International Health and Director, Center
for Immunization Research, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of
Public Health, and Clayton Harro, M.D., M.Sc., Principal
Investigator, VaxGen Phase III Trial.
Holographic Particle Image Velocimetry, Velocity
Distribution of Flow, Professor Joseph Katz, Department of
Mechanical Engineering, G.W.C. Whiting School of
Engineering, October 2001, slide.
Materials Documenting September 11,
Baltimore Sun, New York Times, and Washington Post,
September 12, 2001.
Internal Johns Hopkins University e-mail messages.
Text of the address of Chaplain Sharon Kugler at the
Homewood Campus Vigil on September 13, 2001.