Berman Institute’s New Home Part of JHU’s 2020 vision
In May 2013, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels articulated priorities for the university through the remainder of the decade, collectively called the Ten by Twenty. He has now provided a third report on the progress the university has made toward those goals to date.
One of the goals includes deepening collaboration among the university’s East Baltimore entities and with disciplines in other parts of the university and across the globe. The Progress Report highlights creation of a new building for the Berman Institute as a key step toward achieving that goal.
Read the Progress Report’s description of the Berman Institute’s planned new interdisciplinary building, which will deepen community while expanding opportunities for research.