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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2022

Alumni Weekend 2021 - Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

March 31 – April 2, 2022

We are pleased to announce that the spring reunion will be held in-person at the newly-renovated Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. However, given the fluctuating state of the pandemic, we have made the difficult decision to limit in-person capacity for Reunion Weekend. To adhere to the University and public health guidelines, we are limiting capacity during Reunion Weekend to only those classes who are celebrating their 50th reunion (Class of 1970, 1971 and 1972).

Please know that the health and safety of our attendees, coupled with the reunion experience, remains our top priority. We will be following all University and public health guidelines. In addition to social distancing, current guidelines require indoor masking and limit food and beverage consumption to outdoors only.

We want to make this Reunion Weekend special for you and your classmates., If you have event suggestions, please fill out this brief survey below: https://nursingjhu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5cB1kHco3YBGVca

We are excited to celebrate your reunion with you! Please feel free to reach out to us at jhnaa@jhu.edu if you have any questions.

Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association

Jane Ball, RN, DrPH
President, JHNAA

2022 Alumni Weekend Events
 


Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the current schedule of events for Alumni Reunion Weekend?
    For planning purposes, reunion programming will begin on Thursday, March 31st in the afternoon and will conclude by noon on Saturday, April 2nd. We will have a class lunch on Friday, April 1st with the evening free in case your class would like to get together on their own to celebrate.  On Saturday, April 2nd, you will be presented with your 50th medallion at the Alumni Awards Brunch and reunion programming will conclude following the brunch.
  • What is your hotel recommendations?
    We have a hotel block reserved at the Marriott Waterfront in Harbor East at a rate of $159 per night. You can make a reservation here: https://book.passkey.com/go/JHUSchoolofNursingAlumniRB or by calling 410-385-3000 and mentioning you’re with the ‘Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Alumni’ group. Please note that your room must be booked by March 10, 2022 to ensure the group rate.
  • Will there be a shuttle going to the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing?
    There will be a free shuttle that will transfer alumni from the Marriott Waterfront in Harbor East to the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • I’m celebrating a milestone reunion that is not a 50th reunion. Can we still have a reunion event at a different time?

    We don’t want to miss the opportunity to celebrate your milestone reunion. While we know this is not the same as Reunion Weekend, we are pleased to offer some alternatives:

    If your class is interested, we would be happy to work with you to arrange a different time later this year for the class to return to Baltimore and visit the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. We can provide a tour of the new building, space to gather, and refreshments. We’ll work with you to make this a special experience for all.

    Or if you’d prefer, we can work with you to arrange a virtual class gathering to take place over Zoom.

    Contact Katie Damaroda Coleman at kdamaro1@jhu.edu or at 410-955-4285 to express interest.


Alumni Weekend 2021 Recordings

  • Alumni Weekend 2021 Recordings
    Thursday, October 7

    Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds, with Dr. Craig Pollack, Katey Ayers Endowed Associate Professor |12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT
    The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in partnership with the Nu Beta at Large Chapter of Sigma will offer a monthly Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds Continuing Nursing Education Series, providing an educational program led by top researchers from around the world. Attendees who stay for the entire event are eligible to receive one CNE credit.

    Dr. Craig Pollack is the inaugural Katey Ayers Endowed Associate Professor in the School of Nursing with a joint appointment in the Department of Health Policy and Management in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is a practicing internal medicine physician whose research focuses on social determinants of health with an emphasis on housing policy. In the setting of the COVID pandemic, he has been researching how laws that promote housing stability impact COVID transmission and mental health.

    In order to obtain your CNE credit, you must register for the event and complete a post-event evaluation survey that will be emailed to you shortly after the event. You will obtain your CNE certificate one to two business days after the due date for completing the evaluation form.

    Watch the Video

    Virtual Wine Tasting, with Vino 301 | 7:00 – 8:00pm EDT
    Join your fellow alumni for a virtual wine tasting, guided by a professional wine concierge. After registering for the event, you will be emailed the accompanying tasting sheet. We Will be sampling the 2018 Brown Estate House of Brown Chardonnay and the 2017 Charles Woodson’s Intercept Red Blend.

    If you decide to purchase the two wines on your own, attendance is $15 per household. If you would like us to mail you the wines, attendance is $55 per household. If you would like the wines mailed to your home, please register for the event by September 27.

    Friday, October 8

    JHNAA Alumni Conversation: Nurses as Change Agents for Health Equity (Maternal and Child Health) | 11:30 – 1:00pm EDT
    The Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association invites all JHSON alumni to participate in this discussion about nurses as agents in health equity and public policy to support maternal and child health. Speakers will be announced soon.

    Watch the video

    JHNAA Business Meeting and Q&A with Dean Sarah Szanton | 5:00 – 6:30pm EDT
    Alumni Weekend comes to a close with the annual business meeting. During the business meeting, there will be committee updates, elections, and recognition of 2021 alumni award recipients and milestone reunion classes – including the 50th reunion class, the Class of 1971.

    Afterward, we invite you to join Dr. Jane Ball, ’69, the president of the Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association (JHNAA) in a fireside chat with the fifth dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Dr. Sarah Szanton, ’96, ’07.

    Watch the Video

    JHNAA Q&A with Dean Sarah Szanton

    Watch the Video

    After you register for each event, we will email you the Zoom links, calendar invites, and additional information at least one week before Alumni Weekend.

    If you are interested in participating in a virtual reunion with your class on Saturday, October 9, please contact Katie Damaroda at 410-955-4285 or at jhnaa@jhu.edu.

Alumni Weekend 2020 recordings

View Alumni Weekend 2020 recordings

Make A Reunion Gift

In celebration of your reunion year, make a gift in the amount of your milestone reunion year to the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.

For example, if you're celebrating your 20th class reunion, consider making a $20 gift.

Make your gift today.

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