Alumni spotlight
Sharing his love for storytelling
Published June 8, 2022
Krieger School alum Lionel Foster created the Baldwin Prize to spark a new generation of young writers at his high school alma mater, Baltimore City College
What economists really do
Published June 8, 2022
More than just Wall Street types or stock market prognosticators, Johns Hopkins economics faculty and students apply their tools to address the world's most important issues
Fulbrights awarded to 20 Johns Hopkins students and alumni
Published June 2, 2022
They will embark on research and educational programs around the world to promote cultural exchange
A professorship in primary care
Published Spring 2022
The Rosemarie Hope Reid, M.D., Professorship was established earlier this year to recognize Reid and to advance primary care education at Hopkins / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A hyperlocal supply chain
Published Spring 2022
"We want our resellers to be the human Walmarts of their community," says Steven Wongsoredjo, co-founder and CEO of Super, a social commerce program helping to meet demand for affordable goods in Indonesia. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A scholarship born from friendship
Published Spring 2022
Friends teamed up to create the Sanford M. Saunders Scholarship, awarded to a student who shares Saunders' interests in political science and history and is contemplating a career in law / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Embedded with their alma mater
Published Spring 2022
"We created the Presidential Management Fellows program to allow recent graduates to deepen their connection to the university and to the city of Baltimore while learning how decisions at complex institutions like ours are made," JHU President Ron Daniels says. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Offline connections
Published Spring 2022
Johns Hopkins University alumni are once again networking and socializing face to face, thanks to some creative event planning by the Alumni Association / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A fridge full of love
Published Spring 2022
The Baltimore Community Fridge was started in fall 2020 as a simple way to move food and other goods from the hands of those who have a little extra directly to neighbors and community members / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Good morning, Baltimore
Published Spring 2022
Sarah Y. Kim explains how she found her voice working as journalist in Baltimore / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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