Department: News Archive


Building Bridges to Boost the Arts and Humanities

Issue: Spring 2013

JHU has been awarded three grants from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to create a new interdisciplinary program in music.

Mourning Steven Muller

Issue: Spring 2013

Johns Hopkins University President Emeritus Steven Muller died January 19, 2013. He was 85.

Adopt an Object

Issue: Spring 2013

Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum offers an Adopt-an-Object program.

Freshman Class

Issue: Spring 2013

The Academy at Johns Hopkins, a new institute for advanced study for retired Krieger School professors, has announced its first class.

Nine Krieger School Professors Named Fellows of American Mathematical Society

Issue: Spring 2013

The program aims to spotlight mathematicians whose peers see them as the best minds in the field.

Dark Doings

Issue: Spring 2013

Two Johns Hopkins astrophysicists have been appointed to the Euclid Consortium.

New Route to Medical School

Issue: Spring 2013

Students aspiring to medical school now have another post-baccalaureate option available to them.

Christopher Celenza directs the American Academy in Rome.

Italy’s Gatekeeper of the Humanities

Issue: Fall 2012

Christopher Celenza is the director of the American Academy in Rome, where he's gaining a new view of how the arts and humanities intersect.

Physics and Astronomy Department Mourns Death of Professor

Issue: Fall 2012

Professor Zlatko Tesanovic, widely admired as a theoretical condensed matter physicist, died on July 26.

Nikolay Koposov teaches

Krieger School Welcomes Controversial Russian Scholar

Issue: Fall 2012

After losing his job in Russia, Nikolay Koposov is now a guest professor at the Krieger School.