JHU once again a top producer of Fulbright awardees
Published April 12, 2021
As a new cohort from Hopkins prepares to join the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, take a look back at the students who have explored the world as Fulbright awardees
Women of Whiting symposium focuses on self-advocacy at work and in life
Published April 5, 2021
The two-day symposium, which takes place Thursday and Friday, is open to all and features a lineup of powerful women in engineering fields
Life Design
Grants from Life Design Lab expand access to summer experiences for students
Published March 29, 2021
Students can apply for up to seven grants to support immersive summer experiences such as internships and projects
Tinkerer, climber, engineer
Published Spring 2021
Alum and inventor Jessamy Taylor loves being outdoors, scaling heights, and solving problems. Among them: a better way to adaptive climb / Johns Hopkins Magazine
An artful eye
Published Spring 2021
An appreciation for art and a passion for medicine are second nature to ophthalmologist Kathleen Oktavec Krepley, A&S '06, SPH '10 (MHS). / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Food for thought
Published Spring 2021
As the institute's director of science and technology, Liz Specht, Engr '09, helps identify gaps in research and funding to fuel innovations for new meat and dairy substitutes. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A scholarly approach to public health
Published Spring 2021
Class of 2020 Rhodes Scholar Vijayasundaram Ramasamy, A&S '18, plans to head to Oxford this fall to improve his understanding of global public health. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The art of giving
Published Spring 2021
The Howard C. Bartner Scholarship will support deserving students as they work toward their Master of Arts in medical and biological illustration, one of only four programs of its kind in the country. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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