Tri-School and Bi-School Student Groups
Biomedical Scholars Association (BSA)
Biomedical Scholars Association (BSA) at the Johns Hopkins University Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health is a tri-school organization dedicated to providing a support system for every scholar who considers him or herself a minority within the Hopkins community, promoting the academic and professional success of said scholars, enhancing minority scholar recruitment to and retention within the Hopkins community, providing a network for career development and advancement within the scientific community, and serving our immediate community through volunteerism. We currently serve our community through group volunteer events at Moveable Feast, Baltimore Free Farm, and Boone Street Farm. Visit BSA's website for more information: https://www.bsajhmi.org/.
2021-2022 Contact: email@example.com
Gertrude Stein Society
The Gertrude Stein Society (GSS) is an organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied members of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, including the Schools of Nursing, Public Health and Medicine. Gertrude Stein, the well known lesbian writer and intellectual, was a medical student at Johns Hopkins near the turn of the century, and the GSS seeks to maintain her legacy of active lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer presence and involvement in the affairs of JHMI today. We are dedicated to maintaining and developing an even more accepting environment for diversity at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. For more information about GSS, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021-2022 Contact: Walker Magrath, President
Incarceration and Health Justice Collective
The Incarceration and Health Justice Collective is a group of students at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions who recognize the importance of health justice for incarcerated and previously incarcerated persons. We strive to educate ourselves and our peers about health disparities stemming from the carceral system and the societal inequities that manifest through it, to support policy and advocacy initiatives countering mass incarceration and improving healthcare for incarcerated people, and to engage in service projects that empower people whose lives have been affected by the criminal legal system.