Features

  • Gray Matters

    Hopkins professors are equipping undergraduate students with the analytical tools they need to navigate through the ethical dilemmas of today—and tomorrow.

  • Can Data Save Our Cities?

    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 Craft of Writing

    The Hopkins Review is a contender in the wide world of literary journals.

  • Centerpiece

    Sunset viewed from the south/southwest corner of the front entrance to Gilman Hall. Photo by Will Kirk

News

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    Dean’s Desktop

    I continue to be impressed with the focus, drive, and the intellectual curiosity of our students.

  • $10 Million Gift Creates Humanities Institute

    This gift—the largest ever to Johns Hopkins exclusively for the support of the humanities—establishes the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute.

  • Tracks

    Marching in the bootsteps of an ROTC Cadet.

  • A New PARADIM in Crystal Growth

    Johns Hopkins University is establishing a cutting-edge crystal growth facility as part of a national research project to revolutionize technology.

  • Snapshot: From the Office of María Portuondo

    Take a peek into the world of this history of science and technology professor, who also happens to be an electrical engineer.

  • The Art of the Book

    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.

  • A Roadmap to Diversity

    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.

  • New Hope for Heart Disease Patients

    Bristol-Myers Squibb recently purchased Cardioxyl Pharmaceuticals, a company co-founded by John Toscano, vice dean for natural sciences and a chemistry professor.

  • News Briefs

    More stories of note from around the Krieger School.

  • Seen and Heard

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

  • In Memoriam

    We remember Sidney Mintz, co-founder of the Krieger School’s Department of Anthropology, and James Calvin “Cal” Walker, retired physics and astronomy professor.

  • Faculty Awards

    The latest recognitions of our stellar faculty.

Big Ideas

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    Tell Me About

    Three faculty members, one question.

  • Cervantes: No One-Hit Wonder

    William Egginton’s new book on Cervantes arrives in bookstores just in time for the 400th anniversary of the Spanish writer’s death.

  • More Faculty Books

    New publications from Krieger School faculty.

  • Syllabus: Seeing Stars

    Not every Nobel laureate chooses to teach an entry-level science course that includes freshmen, but Professor Adam Riess does it every year.

  • Works in Progress

    Renaissance art, thinking about thinking, and “Echoes of a Death”: a glimpse at ongoing faculty research.

Student Digest

  • Field Notes

    Undergraduates on the path to discovery discuss their research.

  • They’ve Got It in the Bag

    The President’s Day of Service inspires hundreds of Johns Hopkins students, faculty, and staff to spend a day giving back to the community.

  • Sports Briefs

    News headlines in Hopkins sports.

  • Major Infatuation: Biophysics

    Students tell us why they love their major, in three sentences or less.

  • Five Questions

    JHU Chaplain Kathy Schnurr oversees the religious and spiritual life of the campus community, which includes 25 student religious groups.

  • By the Numbers

    Check out what goes into Hopkins’ annual Spring Fair.

Alumni