Department: News Archive


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.

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Welcome New Faculty

Issue: Fall 2012

The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences welcomed a talented group of new faculty members in 2012.

Zachary Athing outside the Baltimore City Detention Center

Keeping It Real in a Baltimore Jail

Issue: Fall 2012

Zachary Athing '13 tutors men in the Baltimore City Detention Center.

Andrei Gritsan

Issue: Fall 2012

On July 4, 2012, researchers at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, announced the discovery of a new subatomic particle.

Christopher Drennen ’95

The EU Crisis: A Banking Perspective

Issue: Fall 2012

Christopher Drennen '95 served as lead technical negotiator during the sovereign restructuring of Greece.

Faculty Awards

Issue: Spring 2012

Professors of physics, biophysics, chemistry, and mathematics honored with academic awards. 

Hopkins Economist Appointed to the Federal Reserve

Issue: Spring 2012

Professor John Faust grated public-service leave to advise the Fed. 

New Academy Brings Research to Retirement

Issue: Spring 2012

How can retired professors remain active in the intellectual community?