Issue: Spring 2017, Volume 14, Number 2
Professors are reinventing the way they teach to engage a generation of students raised in a wired world.
The recent chemical attack in April that killed at least 70 people is just the latest salvo in a bloody, six-year civil war that has left the region and its people utterly devastated. Our experts weigh in on the conflict’s complex causes—and long-term impact.
It’s been more than 10 years since the first cohort of Woodrow Wilson Research Fellows graduated from Johns Hopkins. Did the experience make a difference in their lives?
Presenting the Parkway!
Look who’s talking: Krieger School faculty quoted in the media.
More stories of note from around the Krieger School.
Maryland’s longest-tenured United States senator has joined Johns Hopkins University as a professor of public policy and advisor to President Ronald J. Daniels.
Hands-on learning in the field of sustainability.
Take a peek into the world of this assistant professor in the Department of the History of Art, whose work includes the study of monumental sculpture.
John Caron comes to Johns Hopkins from Northeastern University in Boston, where he worked with faculty to expand the outreach of academic programs.
Graduate student Anna Scott and her team have developed the Baltimore Open Air project, an effort to build and install sensors around Baltimore that will collect data and measure the effect of green spaces on heat.
The Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories has received platinum certification from the LEED program.
New publications from Krieger School faculty.
In Global Security Politics, students explore the political implications of weapons of mass destruction and oppression.
In a new biography, Chester B. Himes, Lawrence Jackson identifies Himes as a key figure in the generation of brilliant, mid-20th-century black writers.
Students tell us why they love their major, in three sentences or less.
Undergraduates on the path to discovery discuss their research.
Close to 40 Hopkins students participated in an immersive civic engagement program last January.
Eva Chen, Head of Fashion Partnerships at Instagram
Bishop Douglas Miles ’70 reflects on a life dedicated to fighting for social justice in Baltimore.
Tara Allmen ’86, MD, demystifies midlife women’s health issues in her new book.
Ross Jones ’53 has produced a book-length manuscript about Elisabeth Gilman’s life and work that he hopes to publish soon.