On May 24, 2012, more than 160 public health studies seniors marched across the graduation stage, effectively graduating our largest PHS class to date. Many of our seniors were campus-wide and nationwide award winners.
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Hopkins undergraduates made their mark in Baltimore last summer, through a new internship program that immerses them in work with urban nonprofit and government agencies. The Community Impact Internships are all about encouraging students to roll up their sleeves and make a difference in the city. In the stories that follow, three public health students tell how much they've gained by giving back.
The garden was the idea of representatives from Real Food Hopkins, a student-run group committed to bringing local, sustainable, humane and fair food to the Homewood campus and the surrounding Baltimore area.
Some Woodrow Wilson Fellows pursue a single topic over several years. Others, like PHS major Karthik Rao, spread their research wealth around.
Rashmi Basapur ’10, winner of this year's Second Decade Society/Florence "Meg" Long Walsh Leadership Award, will spend the next year combining two of her passions—public health and dance—by teaching classical Indian dance at a free boarding school in India.
Public health's popularity among undergraduates at Johns Hopkins reflects a growing interest and appreciation for global health. Read more in Arts & Sciences magazine.