Save the date for the annual DREAMS event from 1–4 p.m., Friday, April 5, presented by the Hopkins Office for Undergraduate Research (HOUR). All undergrad’s are encouraged to register and present & all faculty, staff, post docs, grad students, non-presenting undergrads, friends, family and alumni are encouraged to attend. The goal of DREAMS is to […]
All undergrad’s are encouraged to register and present & all faculty, staff, post docs, grad students, non-presenting undergrads, friends, family and alumni are encouraged to attend to DREAMS, HOUR’s 2nd annual celebration of undergraduate research, scholarly, and creative projects on Friday, April 27, 2018 from 1 – 4pm in the Goldfarb Gym at the O’Connor Rec […]
Rising senior Alfred Chin is the first Johns Hopkins University student to receive the Astronaut Scholarship, an award founded by the first U.S. astronauts, collectively dubbed the Mercury Seven. Chin, 21, is a neuroscience and biophysics double major. He works in a lab at JHU’s Department of Neuroscience, where his research focuses on the ways […]
The honors continue to roll in for a pair of Johns Hopkins student-athletes who graduated last month. Lindsay Cheu and Andy Greenhalgh have earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships it was announced recently. The NCAA selected 29 male athletes and 29 female athletes from all winter sports and all divisions and each of the 58 student-athletes will […]
Susan Courtney, a brain scientist who has served as chair of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences for the past four years, will become the university’s next vice provost for faculty affairs. Read the full release on The Hub.
Two years ago, Brenda Rapp looked out over the crowded lecture hall during her introductory cognitive neuroscience course and saw many students smiling and tapping on their laptops. Which was fine, except that no one smiles at lecture notes. “They were doing email, Facebook, whatever,” says Rapp, professor and chair of the Department of Cognitive […]
The Johns Hopkins University will be hosting the Day of Undergraduate Research in Engineering, the Arts & Humanities, Medicine and the Sciences which will be held on Friday, April 21 from 1-4 p.m. in the Goldfarb Gym, Ralph O’Conner Recreation Center (Homewood Campus).
Dr. Shreesh Mysore was selected to receive the 2016-2017 Johns Hopkins Catalyst Award. This honor is accompanied by a $75,000 grant, mentoring opportunities and institutional recognition.
Read about how ShapeU pairs small workout groups with personal trainers. Johns Hopkins undergraduates Seal-bin Han Richard Shi, Christine Situ, Jordan Matelsky (Computer Science and Neuroscience major), Oneeb Malik, and Charlie McGeorge make up the ShapeU team.
The second cohort of Bloomberg Distinguished Professors was announced this past summer, including neuroscientist Patricia Janak, who studies the biological basis of behavior and associative learning, with a particular focus on addiction. She is a member of the Krieger School’s Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences and of the School of Medicine’s Department of Neurology.