Hopkins on the Hill is a biennial showcase of the range, value, and impact of federally-funded research and programming at Johns Hopkins University.
This year, we’re taking our science into your homes and onto your screens. Hear from early career researchers and practitioners to learn about their work in tracking and combatting COVID-19, education, space exploration, health care, extreme materials, climate change, and more!
Hopkins on the Hill at Home 2021 was held weekly on the Hopkins at Home platform throughout May and June 2021. See below for the full calendar of events and links to rewatch any of the sessions on the Johns Hopkins University YouTube channel.
The Full Schedule | Noon-1 PM ET
May 27, 2021 | How Can We Support People Who Want to Age at Home? Recording here.
June 2, 2021 | How Do Researchers Partner with Indigenous Communities to Improve Health and Well Being? Recording here.
June 9, 2021 | How Do You Prepare for A Highly Infectious Disease? Recording here.
June 23, 2021 | How Can We Address Educational Disparities Exacerbated By COVID-19? Recording here.
The 2021 event is co-hosted by Hopkins at Home, the Office of Research and Johns Hopkins University & Medicine Office of Federal Affairs.
*These are open to the public and widely attended events in accordance with ethics rules*
History of Hopkins on the Hill
The inaugural event was held in 2017 in the Kennedy Caucus Room of the Russell Senate Office Building (see photo gallery here). More than 250 guests, including Maryland Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen, attended the first Hopkins on the Hill to learn about and interact with cutting-edge, federally-funded programs and researchers from across Johns Hopkins.
We hosted Hopkins on the Hill 2019 in the Rayburn Cafeteria of the Rayburn House Office Building with interactive presentations from 21 teams representing all parts of the university (read more here). U.S. Reps. Elijah Cummings and David Trone, both from Maryland, attended the showcase, as did more than 500 others including members of the JHU community, Capitol Hill staffers, and the general public.