A different world

Unified Germany, 25 years later

October 1, 2015
AICGS publishes commentary from scholars, experts on 25th anniversary of Germany's reunification
Fishy business

Seafood, waste food

September 23, 2015
Nearly half of U.S. seafood supply goes to waste, JHU researchers say / School of Public Health
Syrian refugee symposium

Experts mull crisis, solutions

September 23, 2015
Human rights, public health experts discuss ongoing humanitarian disaster at Bloomberg School symposium
$2 a day

Extreme poverty examined

October 6, 2015
Book co-authored by JHU social scientist Kathryn Edin profiles the poorest of the poor in the U.S. / Marketplace
White House Fellows

2 from JHU go to Washington

October 2, 2015
Obesity expert Sara Bleich, radiation oncology resident Shereef Elnahal among 16 selected for prestigious yearlong fellowship

FEMA data official joins JHU

September 22, 2015
Carter Hewgley will serve as director of analytics and performance at new Center for Government Excellence
Health care spending

Obamacare chilling effect?

September 21, 2015
Affordable Care Act saps enthusiasm for increased government health care spending, study suggests
Consumer Behavior

Know not, waste lots

Fall 2015
The amount of food wasted in the U.S. every day could fill the Rose Bowl stadium. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Pro guns and pro checks

Fall 2015
Background checks for gun purchases work--and gun-owners overwhelmingly support them / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Rooftop crops

Fall 2015
J.J. Reidy is a farmer in search of a roof / Johns Hopkins Magazine

A WISE investment

Fall 2015
Carey Business School alumworks to improve international microfinance programs by providing financial training to women / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Fossil hunter

Much more than a hobby

Fall 2015
Amateur fossil hunter Aaron Alford has earned the respect of paleontologists. If only he had more time and money. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

American Injustice

Fall 2015
A journalist delves into post-Katrina police violence / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Confronting race

Fall 2015
Baltimore's D. Watkins releases his debut essay collection / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Earn, Jane, Earn

Fall 2015
Alumna Kelly Keenan Trumpbour wants to show women how to invest in women-owned businesses / Johns Hopkins Magazine
MSE Symposium

Fall lineup announced

September 11, 2015
Acclaimed director, former vice presidential candidate, controversial comedian among speakers in student-run series
Neighbors, not classmates

Dynamics of school choice

September 2, 2015
Sociologist Julia Burdick-Will challenges notion that students in low-income neighborhoods become trapped in failing schools

Guns and suicide

September 2, 2015
Laws making it harder to get guns linked to decline in suicides by firearm / School of Public Health
Foreign relations

Cardin talks Iran nuclear deal

September 1, 2015
Contentious agreement set for up-or-down vote in Congress this month

'Difficult road for justice'

August 26, 2015
New book by JHU grad Ronnie Greene explores police shooting in wake of Hurricane Katrina
The good life

Control and happiness

August 26, 2015
Big-picture, reflective outlook on life could promote greater satisfaction, research suggests
Hearing Their Voices

Tuning in to what young city residents have to say

August 20, 2015
Project gives young people in Baltimore a chance to share their stories in wake of Freddie Gray's death, resulting unrest

ROI in research declining

August 18, 2015
Increased regulation, proliferation of work that can't be reproduced slow progress of new drug approvals, life expectancy gains, researchers say / School of Public Health
Prescription drug abuse

Promising policy solutions

August 17, 2015
Florida laws show power of policy tools in fight against prescription drug epidemic, researchers say

CEPAR to study riot response

August 12, 2015
JHU researchers to conduct 'after-action review' of Baltimore agencies' actions amid April unrest / The Baltimore Sun
Funny business

Dean on 'The Daily Show'

August 6, 2015
Jon Stewart, who ends 16-year run as host Thursday, welcomed SAIS Dean Vali Nasr as a guest on three occasions
Women in science

Striking a balance

August 6, 2015
Simple steps can lead to more female speakers at scientific conferences, JHU researcher says / School of Public Health
Growth industry

Sky-high garden keeper

July 24, 2015
MBA candidate Mehr Pastakia launches company that creates, repairs, maintains green roofs