Welch Library Summer Classes
Library's free summer classes begin this month. Courses
examine the tools and techniques needed to locate,
organize, analyze and present biomedical information in
both the print and electronic environments.
Participants can develop searching skills in PubMed,
PsycINFO, EMBASE and other important databases. They can
also increase skills in grant and abstract writing and
learn about the resources available for handheld devices.
For a complete list of free classes, go to
Registration is necessary, and forms can be faxed to
410-614-3810; they are available at
Center for a Livable Future Requests for
invites proposals for interdisciplinary work by faculty,
fellows or students. The center will support new, visionary
work that focuses on how to achieve a livable future
— using resources equitably and sustainably,
improving health for all and leaving a world fit for future
Research that addresses the complex interactions among
diet and consumption, health, food production and food
security, equity, the environment and the world's resources
would reflect the center's goals.
The grants are targeted primarily for collaborative
projects. Eight to 10 awards of $10,000 to $20,000 will be
granted for one year of support. The deadline for
applications is July 15. Awards will be announced on Sept.
15. For more information contact Kelly Hoban Green at
email@example.com, go to
Faculty_Student_Grants/FSI_Grant.html or call
Free T'ai Chi Practice
Members of the Johns Hopkins community who want to practice
t'ai chi skills during the summer are invited to free
weekly sessions from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesdays, June 23
to Aug. 25 (except July 21), at the Mattin Center Dance
Studio on the Homewood campus.
Formal t'ai chi instruction will not be offered, but
everyone will benefit from practicing with others, from
beginning students to experienced instructors. Participants
may not wear street shoes.
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