Alumni to Watch
Suzanne Feldman ’04 (MA, Writing Seminars) had her first novel, Absalom’s Daughters, published by Henry Holt and Co. She is also the author of several award-winning science fiction titles.
Monica Lopez-Gonzalez ’05, ’10 (psychology, PhD-cognitive science) wrote and produced the final play—called Framed Illusion—of a trilogy that explores language, improvisation, and creativity. The play ran at Germanos in Baltimore.
Nicholas Culbertson ’12, (biology) who is pursuing a medical degree at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, joined forces with a fellow student to develop a digital platform to protect the privacy of patient health records across the JH Health System.
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- Seeing the Numbers
- Snapshot: From the Office of Michael Edidin
- Students Against Climate Change
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- New Bloomberg Professors Named
- Faculty Awards
- In Memoriam
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- The Other America—Waiting to Be Heard
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