Maryland governor joins Johns Hopkins staff as visiting professor


Johns Hopkins University is gaining a new faculty member: Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley. He will join the business school as a visiting faculty member. O’Malley leaves office next Wednesday after two consecutive four-year terms. He is considering seeking the Democratic nomination for president in 2016. The governor announced his teaching plans Friday on Twitter. He will teach classes on leadership, infrastructure, entrepreneurship and ethics. He will also be researching management in the government sector work with fellow faculty and students. O’Malley will join the faculty on February 2. O’Malley was previously mayor of Baltimore, where Johns Hopkins is located.


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