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  • How Your Gift Helps - Giving - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Giving Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Ways to Give Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge FAQs Contact Us Causes Public Health Science Ying Zhang and colleagues discover a new drug combination to fight the Lyme disease superbug Learn More HIV AIDS A randomized trial led by researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health found that Learn More Infectious Disease Using satellite imagery School scientists were able to forecast an increase in hantavirus infections in the Four Corners region of the U S Learn More Environment In U S urban counties increased levels of microscopic airborne particles may increase risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalizations Learn More Global Health The new Center for Global Health will coordinate the international work of the Schools of Public Health Medicine and Nursing Learn More Malaria Researchers battle malaria in the tropical setting of Macha Zambia the field research base of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute Learn More 1 2 3 4 5 6 Home Giving How Your Gift Helps How Your Gift Helps Whether it s unlocking the mechanisms of Lyme Disease providing scholarship support to the best and brightest developing communication programs to prevent Ebola or tracking the pollutants in cookstoves that lead to COPD researchers and students at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health share a single mission the global defense of human life Your contribution can be used so many places in so many ways Public Health Science Ying

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  • Donor Stories - Giving - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Giving Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Ways to Give Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge FAQs Contact Us Causes Public Health Science Ying Zhang and colleagues discover a new drug combination to fight the Lyme disease superbug Learn More HIV AIDS A randomized trial led by researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health found that Learn More Infectious Disease Using satellite imagery School scientists were able to forecast an increase in hantavirus infections in the Four Corners region of the U S Learn More Environment In U S urban counties increased levels of microscopic airborne particles may increase risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalizations Learn More Global Health The new Center for Global Health will coordinate the international work of the Schools of Public Health Medicine and Nursing Learn More Malaria Researchers battle malaria in the tropical setting of Macha Zambia the field research base of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute Learn More 1 2 3 4 5 6 Home Giving Donor Stories Donor Stories What does it take to be a JHSPH donor Read on to learn more about the difference our donors are making in research practice and education for all fields of public health There s no better place to invest in the power of public health than here at the Bloomberg School HAB Endows 2 Scholarships HAB members commit to campaign scholarship goal Learn More Nancy and Bill Yang Yangs are first

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  • Rising to the Challenge - Giving - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Learn More Infectious Disease Using satellite imagery School scientists were able to forecast an increase in hantavirus infections in the Four Corners region of the U S Learn More Environment In U S urban counties increased levels of microscopic airborne particles may increase risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalizations Learn More Global Health The new Center for Global Health will coordinate the international work of the Schools of Public Health Medicine and Nursing Learn More Malaria Researchers battle malaria in the tropical setting of Macha Zambia the field research base of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute Learn More 1 2 3 4 5 6 Home Giving Rising to the Challenge Give Now Rising to the Challenge Rising to the Challenge The Campaign for Johns Hopkins aims to raise 4 5 billion to advance human knowledge solve global problems and enhance the student experience At the two year mark in May 2015 the campaign is already two thirds of the way to its 4 5 billion goal with more than 3 billion raised to date On June 30 2017 the University will conclude the largest fundraising campaign in its history expected to generate 753 million for financial aid and fellowships and support for as many as 300 endowed professorships Learn More As the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health enters its second century as the pacesetter in public health the science of public health has never been more powerful yet preventable illness and injury still consume enormous human and financial resources To lead in addressing these problems the Bloomberg School has set a campaign goal of 600 million the highest of the University s 11 divisions apart from Johns Hopkins Medicine As of June 1 2015 generous donors have already contributed 95 million during FY2015 A successful campaign will enable

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  • Contact Us - Giving - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    International Health Mental Health W Harry Feinstone Dept of Molecular Microbiology Immunology Population Family Reproductive Health Research Centers Institutes Global Projects Institutional Review Board Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Giving Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Ways to Give Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge FAQs Contact Us Causes Public Health Science Ying Zhang and colleagues discover a new drug combination to fight the Lyme disease superbug Learn More HIV AIDS A randomized trial led by researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health found that Learn More Infectious Disease Using satellite imagery School scientists were able to forecast an increase in hantavirus infections in the Four Corners region of the U S Learn More Environment In U S urban counties increased levels of microscopic airborne particles may increase risk for cardiovascular disease hospitalizations Learn More Global Health The new Center for Global Health will coordinate the international work of the Schools of Public Health Medicine and Nursing Learn More Malaria Researchers battle malaria in the tropical setting of Macha Zambia the field research base of the Johns

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  • FAQs - Giving - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    of Public Health Medicine and Nursing Learn More Malaria Researchers battle malaria in the tropical setting of Macha Zambia the field research base of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute Learn More 1 2 3 4 5 6 Home Giving FAQs Give Now FAQs What are some of the School s most urgent needs Student scholarships We urgently need to increase the number of scholarships we can offer to attract the most outstanding students to study here Although 76 percent of our students received scholarships last year we lost 30 percent of worthy applicants to peer schools because we were not able to offer scholarships of sufficient value Faculty support We need to increase the funding we have available to support the recruitment and retention of our world class faculty and to support their innovative research and the translation of discovery into policy Field experience We need to help students and faculty with the costs of traveling and gaining experience in the field around the world and with support for dissertation research Students can apply for up to 2 000 each to help cover the cost of international or domestic travel to field projects enabling them to have extremely rewarding and enriching field experiences that may not otherwise be available to them I have a gift amount in mind How might my gift be used Your gift can be used to provide students with scholarship support and faculty with money for innovative research You may also direct your gift to support specific funds and projects such as the School s response to terrorism work in cancer prevention efforts to eradicate malaria support for refugee health and disaster relief and future discoveries to prevent emerging and recurring infectious diseases Johns Hopkins appears to be a wealthy university Will my gift really make a difference Private gifts are more essential than ever in this uncertain funding environment The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health endowment supports just 2 8 percent of the School s annual expenditures Thus regular annual gifts of any amount are crucial in helping the School meet the other 97 2 percent of its annual funding needs Since the School is working to improve the health of people around the world even the smallest gift can make a significant difference in the lives of those served by the School s research and outreach For example a dose of vitamin A costing 4 cents can save the life of a child In the longer term we are working to increase the level of the School s endowment What are the tax benefits of making a gift to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Every gift to Johns Hopkins University including those to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is tax deductible However you choose to make your gift the University mails a receipt to you for your tax records For planned gifts such as bequests trusts and other gifts providing an income contact the JHU

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  • Prospective Students - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Sciences Epidemiology Health Behavior Society Health Policy Management International Health Mental Health W Harry Feinstone Dept of Molecular Microbiology Immunology Population Family Reproductive Health Research Centers Institutes Global Projects Institutional Review Board Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining Fitness Center International Students Career Services Visit Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Global Projects Explore the Interactive Map Explore Map Make a Gift Your contribution can be used so many places so many ways Learn More Public Health Practice Training Learn More Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Summer Issue 2015 Read More or Subscribe

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  • Current Students - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Policy Management International Health Mental Health W Harry Feinstone Dept of Molecular Microbiology Immunology Population Family Reproductive Health Research Centers Institutes Global Projects Institutional Review Board Faculty Directory SciVal Experts Research Profiles SciVal Funding Student Life Events Activities Housing Dining International Students Career Services Visit Fitness Center Life in Baltimore Office of Student Life Student Assembly SOURCE Student Outreach Resource Center Sustainability Transportation Graduation Office of Student Affairs Practice Training Practice for Faculty Practice for Students Practice for Professionals Continuing Education Contact Us Online Trainings Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation Mid Atlantic Public Health Training Center News About Us News Releases Stories Subscriptions Social Media Giving Ways to Give Make a Gift How Your Gift Helps Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Global Projects Explore the Interactive Map Explore Map Make a Gift Your contribution can be used so many places so many ways Learn More Public Health Practice Training Learn More Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Summer Issue 2015 Read More or Subscribe Home Current Students Current Students Academic

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  • Alumni - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Donor Stories Rising to the Challenge Contact Us FAQs Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff JHSPH Alumni Public Health Professionals Protecting Health Saving Lives Millions at a Time Alumni Alumni Associations Alumni Profiles Events Volunteer Opportunities Contact Us Alumni Spotlight Clarence Lam MD MPH 10 Director of the Bloomberg School s General Preventative Medicine Program Make a Gift Your contribution can be used so many places so many ways Learn More Public Health Practice Training Learn More Johns Hopkins Public Health Magazine Summer Issue 2015 Read More or Subscribe Home Alumni Alumni Centennial 100 Dinners Join us for 100 Centennial dinners across the globe Attend or host a dinner in your community with fellow alumni and colleagues Learn More JHU Alumni Award Winners at JHSPH Each year the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association presents five prestigious awards to honor deserving graduates professors and friends of Johns Hopkins We congratulate the 2015 JHSPH award recipients Learn More 1 2 Previous Next How Do I Choose from List Access Career Resources Access the Alumni Directory Access Welch Library Resources Become an Alumni Mentor Find an Upcoming Event Find My Local Chapter Nominate Someone for an Alumni Award Obtain an Email Alias Puchase JHSPH Memorabilia Request a Transcript Submit and Search Class Notes Take Classes as an Alumnus Update My Contact Information Stay Connected Alumni Facebook Page Alumni Twitter Page Alumni LinkedIn Page Delta Omega Alpha Chapter Learn More Once a student always an alumnus One of the benefits of attending the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is that you will always be part of both the School and the Johns Hopkins University Upon graduation you become a member of both the JHSPH alumni network and the University wide JHU Alumni Association Regardless of

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