I have even met someone at a free class at REI in Timonium.
I am no longer in grad school, so the small dating pool available to me (another public health-er here) is even smaller now.
I'm a 31 y/o Caucasian female, also full time grad student. In my experience, there are far more women than men in the young professional set, so it might be pretty good for you. I know Hopkins does a lot of events to foster social interaction across the professional schools, and I'm sure other schools have similar programs.
The School of Public Health is 70% female, mostly between the ages of 25-35.
Most of the people I work with are significantly older than me.
I thought I could at least meet up with some of the younger guys I work with there.
Dating in general is difficult, but I find it particularly difficult in Baltimore if you're not into bars or drinking. Mixed results with that (several dates, but only one quality one that turned into multiple dates).
I've noticed that these events are mostly populated by women, even the events that are more physical, like planting trees with Bluewater Baltimore. I know Hopkins does a lot of events to foster social interaction across the professional schools, and I'm sure other schools have similar programs."The MMHA Business Exchange was a unique and valuable opportunity to have direct interaction with the top decision makers in the Multifamily industry.The forum allowed for a condensed schedule of interacting with many potential clients in one convenient location. Matthew Mc Nabney is an associate professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and performed a fellowship in geriatric medicine and gerontology at the University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine His research interests include geriatrics curriculum development and evaluation for medical trainees. Mc Nabney serves as the chair of the American Geriatrics Society’s annual meeting program committee. Impact of physician telephone management of nursing home residents prior to the initial assessment: A pilot study. Differences in Diabetes management of nursing home patients based on functional and cognitive status. Mc Nabney MK, Wolff, JL, Semanick LM, Kasper JD, Boult C.His areas of clinical expertise include geriatric medicine. Mc Nabney serves as the program director of the Fellowship Training Program in Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology and the medical director for the Program for All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly (PACE). He has been recognized by the Johns Hopkins Institutions Diversity Leadership Council with a Diversity Recognition Award. Looking inside the black box of comprehensive geriatric assessment: A classification system for problems, recommendations, and implementation strategies. Care Needs of higher-functioning nursing home residents. Lyketsos CG, Samus QM, Baker A, Mc Nabney M, Onyike CU, Mayer LS, Brandt J, Rabins P, Rosenblatt A.
The School of Public Health is 70% female, mostly between the ages of 25-35. I have a degree in Molecular Epidemiology from the University of Michigan; the entire school was a 60-40 female-male ratio. I'm a full-time graduate student with a part-time internship.