Department: Insights Archive


The Transformative Power of the Word

Issue: Fall 2013

In her new novel Someone, Writing Seminars faculty member Alice McDermott uncovers the beauty and poignancy beneath the stuff of everyday life—birth, death, love, marriage, faith, work.

Krieger.jhu.edu

Issue: Fall 2013

Cool student videos, super-easy navigation, colorful “fields of study” pages—these are just a few of the features you can find in the newly designed Krieger School of Arts and Sciences website.

An Investment Worth Making

Issue: Fall 2013

Gregory F. Ball, vice dean for science and research infrastructure, talks about what happens when scientific research goes under the federal budget knife.

More Faculty Books

Issue: Fall 2013

What's new on the bookshelves from Krieger School faculty.

Peter Beilenson

Down to "The Wire"

Issue: Fall 2013

Peter Beilenson uses episodes from the popular television series to illustrate how city institutions have failed to cure Baltimore’s public health problems.

Telling an Untold Story

Issue: Spring 2013

Professor Benjamin Ginsberg's new book addresses the question, “How come the Jews didn’t resist the Nazis?”

Science of Learning Institute

Issue: Spring 2013

The website for the Science of Learning Institute illustrates its mission to understand the nature of learning at all levels.

Finding Truth in Family Fictions

Issue: Spring 2013

Sociology Professor Katrina Bell McDonald’s course The African-American Family culminates with the Black Family Saga project.

Drawing on Art

Issue: Spring 2013

Craig Hankin ’76, director of Homewood Art Workshops, talks about why the arts play a critical role at a major research university.

Enthusiasm Awakened

Issue: Spring 2013

Hopkins’ Archaeological Museum remains dedicated to providing “tangible” inspiration for student research.