Department: News Archive


New Computing Center Will Deliver a Hefty Digital Punch

Issue: Spring 2015

Two Maryland universities are preparing to open the nation’s sixth largest academic computing center.

In Memoriam

Issue: Spring 2015

We remember some well-loved faculty members of the Krieger School.

Science Postdocs Take to the Classroom

Issue: Spring 2015

The Dean’s Postdoctoral Science Teaching Fellowships program has two goals: to offer more small science courses to undergrads, and to help postdocs develop their own courses and teaching experience.

Is There Value in Violence?

Issue: Spring 2015

Benjamin Ginsberg, the David Bernstein Professor of Political Science and the director of JHU's Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, explores the worth of violence.

Drug Restores Brain Function and Memory in Early Alzheimer’s Disease

Issue: Spring 2015

A novel therapeutic approach for an existing drug reverses a condition in elderly patients who are at high risk for dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease.

Finding the Payoff in Classroom Misbehavior

Issue: Spring 2015

Economics graduate student Victor Rondo is examining why women make less money than men, and his research has taken some unexpected turns.

New Major in Medicine, Science, and the Humanities

Issue: Spring 2015

Students who want to explore the intersections between medicine and the humanities will be interested in a new interdisciplinary major.

Krieger School Welcomes New Dean

Issue: Spring 2015

Get to know the new dean of the Krieger School, Beverly Wendland.

From the Dean's Desk: Giving Back

Issue: Fall 2014

In the few months that I have had the privilege of serving as the Krieger School’s interim dean, I have […]

New Faculty

Issue: Fall 2014

The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences welcomed new faculty members in 2014, with expertise in areas ranging from macroeconomics […]