Department: News Archive


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3-D microscope Gives Scientists a Clearer View

Issue: Fall 2017

A new, three-dimensional microscope allows university researchers like Audrey Branch unprecedented views of organs, tissue, and even live specimens.

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Dean’s Desktop

Issue: Fall 2017

Internships, scholarships, and unique research opportunities allow our students to gain global knowledge and to prepare for successful and fulfilling lives and careers.

Seen and Heard

Issue: Spring 2017

Look who’s talking: Krieger School faculty quoted in the media.

Faculty Awards

Issue: Spring 2017

The latest recognitions of our stellar faculty.

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New Bloomberg Professors Named

Issue: Spring 2017

The Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships are the centerpiece of the university’s focus on strengthening its “capacity for faculty-led interdisciplinary collaboration” as outlined by President Ronald J. Daniels.

Snapshot: From the Office of Christopher Lakey

Issue: Spring 2017

Take a peek into the world of this assistant professor in the Department of the History of Art, whose work includes the study of monumental sculpture.

In the LEED

Issue: Spring 2017

The Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories has received platinum certification from the LEED program.

New Associate Dean Named for AAP

Issue: Spring 2017

John Caron comes to Johns Hopkins from Northeastern University in Boston, where he worked with faculty to expand the outreach of academic programs.

Senator Barbara Mikulski Joins Faculty

Issue: Spring 2017

Maryland's longest-tenured United States senator has joined Johns Hopkins University as a professor of public policy and advisor to President Ronald J. Daniels.

Can Big Data Solve Big Climate Problems?

Issue: Spring 2017

Graduate student Anna Scott and her team have developed the Baltimore Open Air project, an effort to build and install sensors around Baltimore that will collect data and measure the effect of green spaces on heat.