Issue: Fall 2015, Volume 13, Number 1
Outraged. Confused. Enlightened. Resolved. Reactions to the events surrounding April 27, 2015, in Baltimore run the gamut. Here, in their own words, nine Hopkins people share their insights and observations.
Could decelerating an overactive hippocampus halt Alzheimer’s disease in its tracks? Neuroscientist Michela Gallagher and her colleagues across the university aim to find out.
At a time when STEM fields seem to reign supreme, majoring in a non- “practical” discipline can get a bum rap. But these five alumni, who’ve gone on to careers ranging from medicine to marketing, say their humanities grounding was crucial to who they are today.
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With the opening of the $10 million state-of-the-art facility, student filmmakers and recording artists have a new home.
The Johns Hopkins-China STEM program is responding to the growing demand for Chinese language training in technical fields.
We welcome mathematician and computer scientist Alan Yuille, and Taekjip “TJ” Ha, a world leader in single-molecule biology and intracellular imaging.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Johns Hopkins offers noncredit courses, lectures, and activities for retired or semi-retired people.
Take a peek into the lab of Tyrel McQueen.
New publications from Krieger School faculty.
Daniel Schlozman’s new book explores the ways social movements have played critical roles in American politics since the Civil War.
Cuba and Its Culture Since the Revolution, taught by Professor Eduardo Gonzalez.
Students tell us why they love their major, in three sentences or less.
The Community Impact Internship Program pairs JHU undergraduate students with nonprofit organizations and government agencies.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is an award-winning novelist and short story writer
Over the past 55 years, the celebrated artist Raoul Middleman ’55 estimates that he has produced a staggering 20,000 paintings and drawings.
Paul Power ’79 and his wife started the Sunflower Foundation, an international effort to educate girls in struggling nations.