Issue: Fall 2017, Volume 15, Number 1
To meet our voracious demand for faster computers, clearer communications, and cheaper energy, Tyrel McQueen and his team are working to create smaller, lighter, tougher stuff.
Scholars are using digital tools to expand access and find new ways of thinking about the humanities.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the naming of the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. Here we celebrate the legacy of our scholarly inquiry.
Golden ginkgo leaves blanket the Keyser Quad in October. [Photography by Will Kirk]
The gift establishes the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University as an academic and public forum bringing together experts from a range of fields.
The latest recognitions of our stellar faculty.
More stories of note from around the Krieger School.
A new, three-dimensional microscope allows university researchers like Audrey Branch unprecedented views of organs, tissue, and even live specimens.
The Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships are the centerpiece of the university’s focus on strengthening its “capacity for faculty-led interdisciplinary collaboration.”
Following the moves of a wrestler and Hopkins advocate.
Take a peek into the world of this lecturer in the Program in Film and Media Studies, who teaches courses in video and sound production.
Look who’s talking: Krieger School faculty quoted in the media.
We remember J. Woodford “Woody” Howard Jr., professor emeritus in the Department of Political Science, and Carl F. Christ, a professor in the Department of Economics.
A glimpse at ongoing faculty research.
Three faculty members, one question.
In Sex, Drugs, and Dynamic Optimization: The Economics of Risky Behavior, students explore how people make decisions, a component of microeconomics.
New publications from Krieger School faculty.
In Baltimore: A Political History Matthew Crenson looks at the manifold forces that influenced and impeded city government for more than 300 years.
News headlines in Hopkins sports.
Meet the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences class of 2021.
Undergraduates on the path to discovery discuss their research.
Alanna Shanahan was appointed Director of Athletics and Recreation in July 2016.
Students tell us why they love their major.
Public Health Studies students study abroad in South Africa, where they take classes and work with non-profit organizations.
Peggy Fogelman ’83 is the director of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.
Sateesh Nori ’97 is the attorney-in-charge of the Queens Neighborhood Office of the Legal Aid Society.
Two have been chosen as Wallace Stegner Fellows and two others recognized as “40 Under 40.” Our alumni are going places.
A round of applause for what our alumni have accomplished.
Caleb Deschanel, award-winning cinematographer and film/television director
Karen Cheng ’94 is the co-founder of Star Anise Foods, which makes authentic Vietnamese dishes available in grocery stores.