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Johns Hopkins, Engaged
February 28, 2011  |  by Johns Hopkins Staff

Alumni, parents, friends, students, and faculty came together over a perfect fall weekend in October to get down to business (see previous page) and celebrate. There were intense discussions, busy meetings, and fireworks over Gilman Hall, but at the heart of it all were our people.

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Faculty—including Ben Vinson, a Krieger School history professor and former director of the Center for Africana Studies—led the Volunteer Summit conversations.

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Carol and Manuel Dupkin, a university trustee emeritus, take in their first glance of Gilman Hall’s soaring new atrium during the rededication celebration.

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Suzanne Jenniches, Engr ’79 (MS), a member of the Whiting School’s National Advisory Council, makes a point during one of the Summit’s conversation breakout sessions.

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Ruben del Prado, SPH ’88, a new member of the Alumni Council, flew in from Guyana, where he is the country coordinator for the United Nations’ program to fight AIDS and HIV.

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Andrew Yip, a senior physics major at the Krieger School, reveals answers to the “Hopkins Aptitude Test,” 20 questions of Johns Hopkins trivia. Wolf Blitzer, SAIS ’72, assists.


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