Department: Web Exclusive Archive

New Professors, Fall 2016

Issue: Fall 2016

Janice Chen, Psychological and Brain Sciences; Research Interests: Real-world memory, cognitive neuroscience, temporal structure in cognition Lan Cheng, Chemistry; Research […]

Jesse Chen ’16: Asian-American Sensibilities

Issue: Spring 2015

Jesse Chen traveled to major cities to interview a broad range of Asian-American people and to film them for a documentary.

Top of the Pops

Issue: Fall 2013

Emily Bihl '13’s blog Rye & Rivet has been her platform for sharing profiles of heritage craftspeople, small batch spirits, and recipes for retro cocktails. This summer, Bihl created the Rye & Rivet pop-up shop as an extension of her blog and a way to spotlight products and makers showcased there.

James Foley

Spotlight on: Krieger School’s Popular Film and Media Studies Program

Issue: Fall 2013

As the Film and Media Studies Program approaches its 20th anniversary, it continues to grow at a dynamic pace.

Josh Gleason '13 and Carlos Valdes-Lora '13 (Photo: Eddie Winter)

Professor’s New Film Puts Students to Work

Issue: Fall 2012

When Matthew Porterfield’s eagerly awaited film debuts in early 2013, several Johns Hopkins film majors will be listed in the credits.

Lab Tech Witnesses More Than a Half Century of History and Change at JHU

Issue: Fall 2012

Gerri Chester has spent her entire 55-year career as a lab tech in the biology department.

Undergrads Curate Exhibit About Post-war Jewish Life in Baltimore

Issue: Fall 2012

Jews on the Move explores the postwar relocation of Baltimore’s Jewish community from the city to the northwest suburbs of Baltimore County.

A Day Late and a Euro Short

Issue: Spring 2012

A faculty roundtable discussion on the economic crisis in Europe…why it started, who it might harm, and how to fix it.

Naomi Levin in the field

Professor Discovers Remains of Ancient Human Ancestor

Issue: Spring 2012

Assistant Professor Naomi Levin's role in finding the oldest ancestor of all modern humans. 

Conspiracy Theories Deconstructed

Issue: Spring 2012

New undergraduate research on the strange world of rumor and misinformation.