Parking-rate changes announced for Homewood and
New parking rates will go into effect on July 1 for
parking lots and garages on the Homewood and Eastern
campuses. All surface lots will be $47 a month, and faculty
hangtag parking will be $74 a month. The San Martin garage
general parking will be $70 a month, with daily parking
available for $8 a day. Reserved spaces will be $90 a month
in the San Martin garage and $100 in the West Gate garage.
Ellerslie satellite parking will remain at $30 a month, a
rate established a year ago.
Departments that would like visitor passes can
purchase them from the Parking and Transportation Office
for $8 each. These consist of vouchers for the San Martin
garage and purple hangtags that are valid at the Stony Run
visitor lot and the north visitor metered lot. For those
who would like to change their current parking choice,
available options are the San Martin garage (reserved and
general) and the Ellerslie lot.
The Parking and Transportation
Office is located in Shriver Hall, Homewood campus, and
can be contacted at
email@example.com or 410-516-PARK.
Hopkins 4K for Cancer cyclists head out on 4,000-mile
In May 2002, 18 Johns Hopkins students jumped on their
bicycles in Baltimore to pedal across America to raise
money for cancer research and awareness for the disease's
prevention. Their journey, dubbed Hopkins 4K for Cancer,
has become an annual tradition, so far bringing in $276,000
through donations and sale of Hopkins 4K merchandise.
This year's group of 20 riders set off from Homewood's
Shriver Hall at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 28, heading first
to the Inner Harbor to ceremoniously dip their bikes' back
tires in the water before embarking on their 4,000-mile
coast-to-coast trip. The journey is scheduled to end on
July 30 at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Upon
their arrival on the West Coast, the students will dip
their bikes' front tires in the water.
To date, this year's fundraising effort has netted
more than $70,000 for the American Cancer Society's Hope
Lodge, a residence for out-of-town cancer patients seeking
treatment at Baltimore hospitals.
To learn more about the Johns Hopkins group and its
mission, and to follow its journey, go to www.hopkins4k.org.
Former School of Nursing dean to join Emory
Sue K. Donaldson, professor and former dean of the
Johns Hopkins School of
Nursing, has been named an Emory University
Distinguished Professor of Nursing and Interdisciplinary
Science, with a primary tenured appointment in the Nell
Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing and a secondary
appointment with a research laboratory in the Department of
Physiology, School of Medicine. Her appointment begins July
On announcing her appointment and subsequent
departure, Donaldson wrote to friends and colleagues at the
JHU School of Nursing, "I am thrilled to have this
opportunity to join such a distinguished institution and
faculty. ... I will be facilitating and developing
interdisciplinary science programs across university
divisions as well as heading up the initiative entitled
'Transforming Nursing's Engagement in Science' specifically
for the NHWSoN."
Donaldson was the second dean of the Johns Hopkins
School of Nursing, serving from 1994 to 2001. In the press
release announcing her decision to step down from that
post, it was noted that among her accomplishments was the
creation of the infrastructure needed to support the
developing research program of the faculty and the
implementation of the school's first doctoral programs.
'The Gazette' changes to biweekly summer
With this issue, The Gazette begins its biweekly
summer schedule; the paper will be published on June 12,
June 26, July 10, July 24, Aug. 7 and Aug. 21. The weekly
schedule will resume on Sept. 5, the first week of the
academic year. Calendar items and classifieds should be
submitted by noon on Monday one week before publication to
faxed to 443-287-9920.
Charles Village Celebration planned for this
Celebrate urban living — and raise funds for
community projects and organizations, too — at the
annual Charles Village Celebration Weekend, which takes
place from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 3, and from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 4, in the Wyman Park
Dell. Proceeds from this year's festival will be shared by
the Charles Village Recreation League, Friends of Wyman
Park Dell, the Village Learning Place and the Charles
Village Civic Association.
An estimated 10,000 participants are expected to
attend the two-day festival, which includes a 5K Race (8:30
a.m. Saturday), 1K Fun Run (9 a.m. Saturday), Charles
Village Parade (10 a.m. Saturday), Garden Walk (11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Sunday) and a weekend of food, crafts and live
entertainment. For more information, go to
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