Applications for the 2021 Macksey Symposium, held virtually from April 24-25, are open now! Click here to apply, or check out the Macksey site for more details.
News & Announcements
The Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium is an annual symposium hosting students from across the nation interested in presenting their scholarship. It is the first conference of its kind: there has been no other national platform for undergraduates in the humanities to share their work. The inaugural conference will be held on April 3-4, 2020, at Johns Hopkins University.
For her final project in the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Gillian Waldo ’19 (film and media studies) directed, shot, and edited the film, “I Know What I Saw.” The film, which takes viewers on a cross country journey through rodeos, deserts, and motels, is now streaming on NoBudge. NoBudge is a platform that spotlights short films and indie features.
Join Humanities for All as three academics at different stages of their careers share their unique approaches to queer theory and discuss how they entered into studying the humanities, obstacles they faced, and how they developed their research interests. 5 p.m., April 23 in the Levering Sherwood Room.
The Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award (DURA) will now be called the Dean’s ASPIRE Grant. ASPIRE Grants are designed to promote independent research projects among our exceptional undergraduate students in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. These awards, which range from $500 to $4,500, enable undergraduates in KSAS to pursue original research, work closely with a Hopkins faculty mentor, and advance knowledge for the world.
Apply Now Applications for the 2019 KSAS undergraduate research awards are now open! There is a new, unified form for currently enrolled freshmen, sophomores, and juniors to apply to the DURA, Bander, Clinger, Albstein, or Woodrow Wilson awards. You can only apply to one of these awards each year, but if the reviewers think you […]
Many of the Humanities Collaboratory participants were in the midst of mapping out their futures, and for them, the summer was a turning point. Read their stories to learn more about their unique research projects, what they learned during the 10 weeks, and what they plan to do next.
Applications for the Woodrow Wilson Award for Rising Sophomores, the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award, the Bander Family Fund, and the William F. Clinger Jr. Award have been extended to March 19!
Applications are now online for CCBC students who are interested in applying for the CCBC/JHU Andrew W. Mellon Humanities for All Summer Research Experience this summer. The application deadline is Feb. 2.
Applications for the Woodrow Wilson Award for Rising Sophomores, the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award, the Bander Family Fund, and the William F. Clinger Jr. Award are all open now through Feb. 23.