125th Anniversary of The Johns Hopkins University
 
 
125th Anniversary of The Johns Hopkins University
Calendar of Events

2000
March The "125 Ways of Caring" theme for this month is women's health.

The exhibit "From Gilman to Greatness: 125 Years of Hopkins History" is on display at Eisenhower Library at Homewood through May.

Tuesday,
March 27
4 p.m. Shriver Hall, Homewood campus
Commemoration Day Event: An address by President William R. Brody in honor of the 125th anniversary of the university. Dr. Brody will discuss the forces transforming higher education and their implications for Johns Hopkins and other research universities. Open to all. Admission: free. Reception to follow. (Office of Special Events)
Note: This event was originally scheduled for February 22, commemoration day. It was cancelled due to snow.
April The "125 Ways of Caring" theme for this month is earth and the environment.

The exhibit "From Gilman to Greatness: 125 Years of Hopkins History" is on display at Eisenhower Library at Homewood through May.

May The "125 Ways of Caring" theme for this month is health and fitness.

The exhibit "From Gilman to Greatness: 125 Years of Hopkins History" is on display at Eisenhower Library at Homewood through May.

June The "125 Ways of Caring" theme for this month is healthy community.

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