News Archive

Repairing the STEM Pipeline

The “pipeline” metaphor popular in higher ed STEM fields describes the journey a student interested in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics must take through increasingly specialized studies to become a […]

Virtual Learning at JHU

A new video highlights how Krieger School students and faculty are rising to the challenge of a new way of learning and connecting with colleagues this fall. See how our […]

The Krieger School Welcomes New Faculty

The Krieger School welcomes nine new faculty members this year. New faculty are Marina Bedran, Nichole Broderick, Bryce Corrigan, Henry Farrell, Michelle Kosch, Adam Seth Levine, Karen ní Mheallaigh, Danielle Speller and John Yasuda.

Alumni make a difference during COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has required mankind to rise to unforeseen challenges and draw on resources they perhaps didn’t know they had. We highlight five Krieger School alumni who are helping […]

Life on the Rocks

A recent report co-authored by scientists from Johns Hopkins University shows how life can flourish in places without much water, and how we can use that knowledge to benefit our […]

How Pandemics Shape Society

Alexandre White, assistant professor of sociology and history of medicine, discusses how past pandemics have reverberated long after the disease stops spreading.

Professors Innovate to Teach Online

On March 23, many professors and students jumped into online learning together for the first time. Jaime Young, a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry, has created videos of himself […]

Coronavirus Resource Center

The new resource center houses all Johns Hopkins updates on the 2019 coronavirus, which has caused the disease COVID-19. This includes current research, relevant news, best practices, expert information, and […]

The Black Women Suffragists Who Sparked Voting Rights

The 19th Amendment barring states from denying voting rights based on sex was passed a century ago, but the movement failed to address the broad disenfranchisement of huge swaths of […]

Caffeinated Chemistry

Noah Yan, A&S’19 and instructor of the Intersession course Roasted: The Molecular Gastronomy of Coffee, hopes students will think of their barista as a chemist. The course delved into the […]