Christopher S. Celenza, dean of Georgetown College at Georgetown University and professor of History and Classics, has been named dean of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. Celenza’s appointment, which begins Jan. 4, is a homecoming: He first joined the Krieger School faculty in 2005 as a professor in what was then the Department of […]Read the Full Story
Ramasamy, who graduated from JHU in 2018 with a degree in public health studies, led the team drafting the state of Kansas' COVID-19 reopening plan
The James B. Macelwane Medal recognizes early career scientists in the field of geological and planetary sciences
As galaxies gather gases through their gravitational pull, they grow larger and heat up, allowing physicists to measure the gradual increase in temperature as a function of the age of the universe
Johns Hopkins' Jared Kaplan partners with 'Scientific American' for a series that aims to make complex science accessible for a general audience
Students find innovative ways to volunteer in the community in the face of a global pandemic. 'We can still make a difference—even through a screen.'
When COVID-19 began its assault earlier this year, many Krieger School faculty members quickly noticed ways the virus—or its impact—intersected with their own research interests. Here are some of their stories.
Professor Martha S. Jones explores fact and fiction in women’s right to vote.
A sampling of additional COVID-19-related work underway by faculty members and researchers across the Krieger School.
Even COVID-19 can’t stop fall from arriving on Keyser Quad.
Since the coronavirus arrived in the United States, various words and phrases have become a regular part of our lexicon … One word that I have not heard quite as much, but that I have witnessed a great deal of at Johns Hopkins, is resilience.
Krieger School faculty have received more than 20 awards, nominations and accolades since our last issue.
See what Professor Chaz Firestone’s office looks like. He surrounds himself with objects that give a nod to his team’s visual perception research.
Look who’s talking: Jessica Marie Johnson on magazine covers featuring Viola Davis and Simone Biles
The first-year Common Question sparks intellectual discussions and builds stronger ties between students and faculty. This year’s question is “What is the common good?”
Citing concerns about a resurgence in COVID-19, President Ronald J. Daniels and Provost Sunil Kumar announced on August 6 that all undergraduate instruction, labs, and co-curricular activities would be held online for the duration of the fall semester.
“We have long felt that it was important for young people, really across the board, but especially for Black people to be able to find not just affirming representations of themselves in literature, but also really to just up their broad historical literacy about the Black experience in the United States.”
“If we don’t take drastic measures soon, many, many more millions of people are going to be in dire straits. If we don’t act fast, if we don’t pass legislation to put money in people’s pockets so they can pay their bills, society is really going to suffer. And I would want to emphasize that it’s not even about helping individual people […]
“The choice is between dying quietly without the world noticing, or dying with dignity with the world noticing, and at the same time creating the chance of causing some damage to the people who kill Hong Kong.”
We remember Robert Forster, Pier Larson, Sakiko Olsen, Douglas Poland, Mark O. Robbins, and S. Wojciech Sokolowski.
Christopher S. Celenza, dean of Georgetown College at Georgetown University and professor of history and classics, has been named James B. Knapp Dean of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
Robert Lieberman’s new book, Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy, discusses the pillars democratic government rests on, and the most serious threats that jeopardize it.
Assistant Professor Jessica Marie Johnson’s research stretches across the Atlantic, travels back and forth in time, and traverses analog and digital space.
The Antioch Recovery Project course, part of the Krieger School’s Classics Research Lab, is an experimental pedagogical model marked by collaboration and the opportunity for students to contribute to a long-term stream of research.
Faculty books published in 2020 that focus on democracy, divinity, the business of science and invention, and much more.
Kali-Ahset Amen, Assistant Research Professor, Sociology, Associate Director, Billie Holiday Project for Liberation Arts I just turned the last page on Toni Morrison’s beautiful and concise novel Home. A Homeric story of a hero’s return to the small town that reared him, Home is like blues music with binding and a spine. I knew that Morrison’s lush storytelling, celebrating ordinary […]
Brothers Curtis and Thomas Nishimoto recently collaborated on screenwriting and production on the fantasy film Nurikabe.
Taharat Sheikh is working on a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, focused on the role of the faith community in welcoming recently incarcerated Muslim women back into society.
Senior Niat Habtemariam is working to find the cause of holoprosencephaly, or when an embryo’s brain doesn’t divide into left and right hemispheres, with the Reeves Lab.
Sophomore Lucie Afko is working to improve detectors on the Cosmology Large Angular Scale Survey telescope. The telescope project is trying to find out what happened in the first few moments of the universe, or cosmic dawn.
Get the breakdown of what it’s like to work in the JHU Greenhouse, wit the Botanical Laboratory and Decker Gardens.
Renee Eastwood is the Krieger School’s Director of Academic and Student Affairs for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows.
Ethnie Jones, BA ’83, MD ’87, is a comprehensive ophthalmologist who specializes in cataract surgery as a partner at the Virginia Eye Institute.
Molly Dillon ’11, wrote the New York Times best seller Yes She Can, and spent last year on a national book tour talking to crowds of young people about her time in the Obama White House. She was previously the policy advisor for Urban Affairs, Justice and Opportunity in the Domestic Policy Council during the Obama Administration.
Alums Brian Kinsella, Craig Gridelli, and Nick Black returned from tours in Iraq and Afghanistan to form Stop Solider Suicide, a nonprofit that provides interventions for soldiers and veterans who are at risk of suicide.
Alumni to watch includes Samuel Cheney, Kiara Eldred, Nicole Gaudelli, and David Jones.
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