Issue: Fall 2023, Volume 21, Number 1
Scholars and students at the SNF Agora Institute are leading efforts to advance civic engagement.
On permanent display in Gilman Hall’s Hutzler Reading Room, “Ancestry Doll 1” by Baltimore-born artist Joyce J. Scott.
Center for Visual Arts nears 50 years of evolution.
With the help of their professors, undergraduates explore new ways of uncovering lost, and at times unsettling, history.
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Center, focused on policy and housing JHU’s new School of Government and Policy, opened this fall in Washington, D.C.
Fall 2023 updates from Christopher S. Celenza, James B. Knapp Dean of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
Students in the Environmental Justice Workshop went to class in South Baltimore’s Curtis Bay, to work with residents who are lobbying against transport company CSX.
The chromosome associated with male development, which is the last mysterious piece of the human genome, has been fully sequenced by a team including Johns Hopkins University scientists.
Art historian Daniel H. Weiss, A&S ’82 (MA), ’92 (PhD), has returned to Johns Hopkins as Homewood Professor of the Humanities.
Adam Rodgers, Faxon Director of Film and Media Studies, on his online comedy series Turf Valley.
Psychological and Brain Sciences faculty and students investigate whether silence affects our auditory systems the same way noise does.
Sarah Parkinson has dedicated her research to studying the behavior of organizations that are active in conflict and crisis zones.
Yulia Frumer holds a professorship in East Asian science, but she also is an experienced gardener who uses fruits, herbs, and edible flowers in her landscaping.
William Egginton discusses his new book “The Rigor of Angels: Borges, Heisenberg, Kant, and the Ultimate Nature of Reality.”
We ask Associate Professor Danielle Evans about her writing process and how she drafts her work.
Robbie Kuang discusses her research on whether cannabidiol might help people cope better with opioid withdrawal symptoms.
Arusa Malik discusses her First-Year Fellowship focused on using library artifacts to understand connections between feminism and pop culture over the last 100 years.
Iván Ruiz-Hernández speaks about his research into the food systems affecting small farms in southern Mexico.
Cleo Bluthenthal hopes her research on high maternal mortality, especially for Black women, may help develop policies to improve preterm birth and maternal deaths.
All about the Comparative Thought and Literature class “Children’s Literature and the Self: From Fairy Tales to Science Fiction”
Mahzi Malcolm Martin ’15 is the founder of Planticular, a Manhattan-based company that helps individuals and organizations design and maintain plant-filled indoor and outdoor spaces.
Noah Chadwick ’13 is part owner of Mobtown Brewing Company, which opened in 2019 in a southeast Baltimore neighborhood.
Jenifer Clark ’75 MA is a satellite oceanographer specializing in the patterns of the Gulf Stream.
Asma Naeem ’91 is the new director of the Baltimore Museum of Art.
Cherié Butts ’92 BS, ’97 MS is a medical director in the Therapeutics Development Unit at Biogen, a global biotechnology company that seeks to develop novel therapies for complex diseases.