Institute for retired faculty launched at Krieger School

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The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences has taken a significant step to retain the expertise, talents and wisdom of its distinguished veteran faculty.

In an effort to underscore the importance of research among retired Krieger School faculty, President Ronald J. Daniels and Dean Katherine S. Newman recently announced the establishment of The Academy at Johns Hopkins, an institute for advanced study through which retired professors in Arts and Sciences can pursue research opportunities, conduct and attend academic seminars, and explore other opportunities for continued scholarship.

“Dedication to unceasing exploration lies at the core of our university, and The Academy embodies that spirit of lifelong learning to the fullest,” Daniels said. “It recognizes our emeriti’s continued intellectual achievements, ensures the inspiration of future scholars and fosters Johns Hopkins’ ongoing pursuit of excellence.”

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