Helping You to Be You: Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

Helping You to Be You: Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

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Join us for the premiere of the open source mini-documentary “Helping You to Be You.” Presented in collaboration with the Space Telescope Science Institute as we prepare for the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, this film explores the work done by Senator Barbara A. Mikulski and others to advocate for the Hubble Space Telescope. Following the screening, we will be joined by the Senator and several scientific experts from across the Hopkins community to explore scientific progress through the lens of the Common Question - a JHU program promoting curiosity and expansive thinking by tackling one big question from creative, scientific, and humanistic perspectives.

To watch the panel, visit Scroll down to the video player under "Watch Now." No password is required. Scroll down to the video player under “Watch Now.” Once the presentation is live, click the play button that appears on the screen to watch. We invite you to ask any questions for the presenters using the Q&A module underneath the video.

Want to watch the documentary beforehand? You can stream it in advance of the session here: 

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 Event Date
Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Start Time: 7:00pm EDT

Via livestream

Baltimore, MD 21218

Hopkins at Home