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What Economists Really Do

More than just Wall Street types or stock market prognosticators, Johns Hopkins economics faculty and students apply their tools to address the world’s most important issues.

Public Health through an Africana Studies Lens

Get an intimate look into a class a Johns Hopkins through Arts & Sciences Magazine. Students discuss how a recent course, Africana Studies Meets Public Health, is giving them the experience and perspective they need to reach their dreams of creating public health programs that focus on Black women, or work in global humanitarian efforts.

Learning Alongside the Very Best

The Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships summer fellowship program gives Johns Hopkins undergraduates the opportunity to work and conduct research under the mentorship of some of the world’s preeminent scholars.

Summer Research Lab Grows Student Experts

This summer was the fourth year for the JHU Humanities Collaboratory, which provides opportunities for high-achieving humanities students from community colleges and historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) across the country to participate in an intensive and innovative summer research experience. The program is much more than a research program: students and faculty work in […]

Interns Make an Impact on Baltimore Community

Krieger School students spent their summer working in Baltimore nonprofit organizations and government agencies as part of the Center for Social Concern’s paid Community Impact Internships Program. Students interned in person with Shepherd’s Clinic for the Uninsured, Whitelock Community Farm, the Station North Tool Library and much more. Laís Santoro, a junior double majoring in […]

SNF Agora Institute names 11 Visiting Fellows

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins has selected 11 Visiting Fellows from diverse sectors, backgrounds, and disciplines to collaborate with faculty, senior fellows, and students during the upcoming academic year. Their works focus on democratic governance, justice advocacy, civic entrepreneurship, and more.

JHU once again a top producer of Fulbright awardees

For the 11th year in a row, Johns Hopkins University appears on Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of top producers for the 2020–21 Fulbright Scholarship application cycle. With 22 of 49 applicants awarded grants across the English Teaching Assistant and Study/Research programs, Hopkins has the third-highest rate of Fulbright grantees among research universities. Read about the students’ Fulbright work on the Hub.

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 tenured faculty member. The pipeline is infamous for its gender inequity: Women make up more than half of biology doctorate earners, but only 21% of […]

Christopher Celenza returns to Johns Hopkins as Krieger School dean

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 […]

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 faculty have been leading discussions, directing research, and continuing to create a world-class, meaningful, and safe experience for our students virtually.

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.