Department: News Archive

Richard Conn Henry & Steve Hanke

Issue: Spring 2012

"One time throughout the world, one date throughout the world."

Rebuilding the Foundation of Science Education

Issue: Spring 2012

A new initiative will change the way science is taught at Hopkins.

From Graffiti to Hospital Waste

Issue: Spring 2012

Undergraduates explore diverse topics with new research awards.

Mary Ryan in front of Washington Monument

Mary Ryan

Issue: Fall 2011

“I believe in teaching-in-place, that is, exploring the actual sites where history has been made. Baltimore is a great place […]

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The Darkroom Goes Dark

Issue: Fall 2011

Illustration: Michael Morgenstern At the Homewood Art Workshops in the Mattin Center, the dismantling of the darkroom is more than […]

Johns Hopkins Class of 2015

Class of 2015

Issue: Fall 2011

This fall, Johns Hopkins University welcomed the Class of 2015 to the Homewood campus. The class comprises 1,280 students (64 […]

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Max Kade Center Launched

Issue: Fall 2011

As America’s first research university, Johns Hopkins owes much of its legacy to the German model of higher education. So […]

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Welcome New Faculty Members

Issue: Fall 2011

The School of Arts and Sciences welcomed another bumper crop of stellar new faculty members in 2011. Each one brings […]

Adan Riess

Astrophysicist Adam Riess Wins Nobel

Issue: Fall 2011

In Baltimore, it was still dark in the early morning hours of October 4, 2011[...]

Think Before You, er, …Tweet?

Businessman James Andrews, arriving in Memphis on a business trip, tweeted, “True confession but I’m in one of those towns […]