News Archive

Year in Review 2018-19

I’m writing this from my office, looking out on the lush Homewood campus, poised to welcome new and returning students to Johns Hopkins. I am anticipating all that the new academic year has in store for the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, and I can’t wait to meet our new students, learn about original […]

Student Center Coming to Homewood Campus

The long-sought social space for Johns Hopkins students will be built at intersection of Charles and 33rd streets and is expected to be completed by end of summer 2024.

Winners Announced for Excellent in Teaching and Advising Awards

Please join us in congratulating the winners of this year’s Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Advising Awards for the Krieger School: Faculty Undergraduate Teaching Award: Patrick Fleming; Faculty Graduate Teaching and Mentoring Award: Angus Burgin; Undergraduate Faculty Advising Award: Linda Gorman; Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Award: José Luis Rodríguez Aquino.

Renzo Piano to Design SNF Agora Institute Building

World-renowned architect will create Homewood campus headquarters for Johns Hopkins institute dedicated to strengthening democracy by improving civic engagement and discourse

The Krieger School Welcomes New Faculty

Meet the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences’ talented group of new faculty members, who have specialties ranging from exoplanets to human genetics to the art and architecture of the ancient Mediterranean.

Meet the Class of 2022

Members of Johns Hopkins University’s Class of 2022—more than 1,300 of them—have arrived on the Homewood Campus. The students represent 33 countries, with the closest student coming from just 1.14 miles down the road and the farthest student coming from Indonesia. Twelve percent are first-generation college students, and 96 percent were in the top 10 percent of their class. Welcome Class of 2022!

Student Research in Egypt

Michael Tritsch, a Near Eastern studies and archaeology double major, is conducting research at the Temple of Mut in Luxor, Egypt as part of his Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. His recent findings could change the concept of personal religion in Egypt in the 18th Dynasty.