Last year, a team from Hopkins began meeting with mayors across the country to help solve their most pressing urban issues. The results have been encouraging. The solution? Data.
The Hopkins Review is a contender in the wide world of literary journals.
Sunset viewed from the south/southwest corner of the front entrance to Gilman Hall. Photo by Will Kirk
I continue to be impressed with the focus, drive, and the intellectual curiosity of our students.
This gift—the largest ever to Johns Hopkins exclusively for the support of the humanities—establishes the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute.
Marching in the bootsteps of an ROTC Cadet.
Johns Hopkins University is establishing a cutting-edge crystal growth facility as part of a national research project to revolutionize technology.
Take a peek into the world of this history of science and technology professor, who also happens to be an electrical engineer.
Book Arts Baltimore is an informal partnership among local institutions whose goal is to celebrate artists’ books and book arts with courses, lectures, and exhibitions.
In an effort to address race, diversity, and equity across Johns Hopkins, President Ronald J. Daniels issued a comprehensive report called the JHU Roadmap on Diversity and Inclusion.
Bristol-Myers Squibb recently purchased Cardioxyl Pharmaceuticals, a company co-founded by John Toscano, vice dean for natural sciences and a chemistry professor.
More stories of note from around the Krieger School.
Look who’s talking: Krieger School faculty quoted in the media.
We remember Sidney Mintz, co-founder of the Krieger School’s Department of Anthropology, and James Calvin “Cal” Walker, retired physics and astronomy professor.
The latest recognitions of our stellar faculty.
William Egginton’s new book on Cervantes arrives in bookstores just in time for the 400th anniversary of the Spanish writer’s death.
New publications from Krieger School faculty.
Three faculty members, one question.
Not every Nobel laureate chooses to teach an entry-level science course that includes freshmen, but Professor Adam Riess does it every year.
Renaissance art, thinking about thinking, and “Echoes of a Death”: a glimpse at ongoing faculty research.
The President’s Day of Service inspires hundreds of Johns Hopkins students, faculty, and staff to spend a day giving back to the community.
Undergraduates on the path to discovery discuss their research.
News headlines in Hopkins sports.
Students tell us why they love their major, in three sentences or less.
JHU Chaplain Kathy Schnurr oversees the religious and spiritual life of the campus community, which includes 25 student religious groups.
Check out what goes into Hopkins’ annual Spring Fair.
Marc Hochstein ’94 is editor-in-chief of “American Banker.”
Kristina Giannotta ’03 (PhD) is branch head of histories for the Histories and Archives Division of the Naval History and Heritage Command.
Sunday “Sunny” Boling ’99 is a Hollywood casting director.
Daniel Weiss, President of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
A round of applause for what our alumni have accomplished.
Cosmetics, allergen-free farm-fresh food, and jazz piano: recent grads are following their passions.