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Section: Spring 2023
Riding the Gravitational Waves
Berti was recently awarded the 2023 American Physical Society’s Richard A. Isaacson Award in Gravitational-Wave...
Uncovering the Myths of Leonardo
Art history professor Stephen J. Campbell wants us to focus on the Leonardo da Vinci...
A Game Theory Strategy to Fight Political Gridlock
Associate Professor Ying Chen uses game theory to investigate effective long-term political actions, especially around...
Protecting the Coral Reefs of Cuba
Adjunct Professor David Guggenheim uses the coral reefs of Cuba as an example of how...
Seeing Ancient Color
The class "Ancient Color: The Technologies and Meanings of Color in Antiquity" helps students look...
Books to Read in Spring 2023
Our Krieger School faculty tell us about the books they are enjoying in Spring 2023.
Minimizing Wildfire Damage
Neuroscience major Nandita Balaji is also the COO of InfernoGuard, a startup wildfire assessment tool...
Right the Wrongs of Mass Incarceration
International studies and economics major Ava Levine's work on the focus of women after incarceration...
Reining in Gun Violence
Public Health Studies major Kobi Khong works with the Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions...
Community from Film
Film and media studies student Cierra Gladden created her thriller short, "Sundown," and made new...
Five Questions with Rachelle Hernandez, Student Affairs
Rachelle Hernandez, Vice Provost for Student Affairs, discusses how she aims to help students have...