Issue: Fall 2018, Volume 16, Number 1
Michael Hill '72 shares his freshman memories and reconnects with classmates who marched for justice with Chester Wickwire—and watched Baltimore burn.
Deep thinkers all, our mathematicians spend their days gripped by “the music of reason.”
Rising to the Challenge, which ended in October, has been an eight-year fundraising campaign to support students, faculty members, research, and scholarship across the university. Here, we highlight eight of the campaign’s key priorities.
In the microcosm of a dewdrop, Homewood photographer Will Kirk captured the 35-foot “Red Sails” sculpture created by artist John Henry.
More stories of note from around the Krieger School.
Renowned neuroscientist Richard Huganir and David Sing, a leading expert on exoplanets, have joined Johns Hopkins as Bloomberg Distinguished Professors.
He wants to improve health care options in his native Guam.
Take a peek into the office of this professor from the Department of History and see objects Rowe has gathered during his many trips to China.
We remember Joel Grossman, professor emeritus of political science; Aihud Pevsner, professor emeritus in the Department of Physics and Astronomy; and Willie Lee Rose, professor emerita of history.
FastForward U Homewood is a space in Remington dedicated to helping students turn their ideas into successful start-ups.
The Hopkins Portal allowed visitors to be transported—via a floor-to-ceiling video screen and audiovisual technology—to a similar portal outside Erbil, Iraq.
A glimpse at ongoing faculty research.
Three faculty members, one question.
In Acting I, John Astin ’52 uses his six decades of acting experience to teach a mix of students, from first-timers to those with significant experience.
New publications from Krieger School faculty.
Professor of philosophy Peter Achinstein’s new book, Speculation: Within and About Science, is a powerful intervention in the debate of the role of speculation in science.
News headlines in Hopkins sports.
Meet the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences class of 2022.
Students tell us why they love their major.
Joseph Colón is the director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, which is part of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
An annual weeklong Pre-Orientation program is offered every August to help freshmen establish a network of peers as they transition into life at Hopkins.
Anthony Boutros visited Lebanon last summer to interview leaders of more than a dozen gender justice groups about how they operate in the country’s political environment.
Bridget Carolan, a political science and international studies double major, is in Ireland studying how society’s most powerless women can ignite political change.
Neuroscience major Michael Peters hopes to publish his research on an anti-viral drug that may have applications in cancer treatment.
Sophomore Cameron Chenault, a Woodrow Wilson Fellow double-majoring in behavioral biology and film, studies whether bats “predict” their prey’s flight paths.
A public health ambassador and an award-winning entrepreneur. Our alumni are going places.
A round of applause for what our alumni have accomplished.
Lucie Fink—video producer, lifestyle host, stop-motion artist, social media influencer.
Allysa Dittmar ’14, ’17 (BSPH) has developed a transparent surgical mask to improve operating room communications with deaf, hard of hearing, and other vulnerable patients.
Jenny Lin ’94, ’98 (Peab), a Peabody-trained pianist, has spent two decades performing around the world and is known for her rangy repertoire.
Don Swanson ’64 (PhD) is a volcanologist with the U.S. Geological Study, studying Hawaii’s erupting Kilauea volcano.