Cover Story: The Building Blocks of Mentorship
In higher education circles, mentors play a critical role in influencing the academic, career, and life paths of their mentees. Mentors say they also learn valuable lessons.
Defending Baltimore Against Climate Change
The Baltimore Social-Environmental Collaborative will work to advance understanding of local environmental conditions at the neighborhood level.
Religion and Colonization in Mexico
The Experiential Research Lab “Holy Conquest: Religion and Colonization in 16th-Century Mexico” travelled to Mexico during intersession to get in-person experience with the art.
Decoding Digital Humanities
The Center for Digital Humanities help scholars combine the powers of the human brain with the powers of computation.
Krieger Faculty Awards Spring 2023
Spring 2023 faculty awards include election to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, NSF CAREER grants, and The Podcast Academy’s “Best Host.”
Students Trace Overlooked History in Sacred Places
Students in the community course “Researching the Africana Archive: Black Cemetery Stories” contribute to the historical record while learning about the history of Black Baltimore.
Books to Read in Spring 2023
Our Krieger School faculty tell us about the books they are enjoying in Spring 2023.
Seeing Ancient Color
The class “Ancient Color: The Technologies and Meanings of Color in Antiquity” helps students look at what art may have looked like when it was made hundreds of years ago.
Protecting the Coral Reefs of Cuba
Adjunct Professor David Guggenheim uses the coral reefs of Cuba as an example of how we can protect and save reefs around the world.
A Game Theory Strategy to Fight Political Gridlock
Associate Professor Ying Chen uses game theory to investigate effective long-term political actions, especially around the environment and sustainability.
Uncovering the Myths of Leonardo
Art history professor Stephen J. Campbell wants us to focus on the Leonardo da Vinci we know, not the way we imagine him.
Riding the Gravitational Waves
Berti was recently awarded the 2023 American Physical Society’s Richard A. Isaacson Award in Gravitational-Wave Science for his work on black holes and gravitational waves.
From the Krieger School Dean
Notes ons mentorship and investing in each other from James B. Knapp Dean Christopher S. Celenza.