Issue: Fall 2016, Volume 14, Number 1
What is the universe made of—and how do the push of dark energy and the pull of dark matter shed light on this age-old question? Our scientists are moving ever closer to finding out.
In just over 20 years, the Program in Film and Media Studies has grown to become a national “Contender,” thanks to passionate students, dedicated faculty, and a state-of-the-art new home in the Centre Theatre.
From pre-orientation through move-in day and beyond, we bring you pictorial highlights of those heady first days on campus, when our freshmen quickly learn what it means to be a true-blue Blue Jay.
Janice Chen, Psychological and Brain Sciences; Research Interests: Real-world memory, cognitive neuroscience, temporal structure in cognition Lan Cheng, Chemistry; Research Interests: Theoretical and computational chemistry Jason Fischer, Psychological and Brain Sciences; Research Interests: Visual scene understanding using fMRI, psychophysics, computational modeling Andrew Gordus, Biology; Research Interests: Understanding how novel and innate behaviors are encoded at […]
We remember Justine Roth, associate professor in the Krieger School’s Department of Chemistry,
More stories of note from around the Krieger School.
Two Hopkins undergraduates were selected to represent the American Chemical Society at this year’s United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Head waggles and ear wiggles sync with the animal’s sonar vocalizations to help it hunt.
The exhibit creates a detailed picture of the service experience of both students and faculty, and the ways in which the campus was transformed by the presence of soldiers-in-training and veterans.
Researchers found the visual cortex in blind people is highly involved in doing math, suggesting the brain is vastly more adaptable than previously believed.
A new book, co-written by Johns Hopkins sociologists Stefanie DeLuca and Kathryn Edin, challenges the assumptions that Baltimore is a hopeless case, whose inner-city youth are “thugs” bent on violence.
New publications from Krieger School faculty.
Students tell us why they love their major, in three sentences or less.
Through the Department of Near Eastern Studies, a group of undergraduates is learning to decipher cuneiform signs for the ancient Babylonian dialect of Akkadian.
Invited professors lead a seminar on a topic of their choice (and not always in their professional area of expertise) and assign a reading for the students to complete beforehand.
Jeffrey Raider, Co-Founder of Warby Parker and Harry’s
Ray Mabus ’70 (MS) is Secretary of the Navy.
Claudia Kretchmer ’04 (MA) manages Steven Kretchmer Designs, a prestigious and thriving jewelry business.
Mark G. Meadows ’11 plays the legendary jazz pianist Jelly Roll Morton in the musical Jelly’s Last Jam.