The Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars was created on the recommendation of then president Milton S. Eisenhower and approved by the university's board of trustees on May 1, 1967. The society—the first of its kind in the nation—honors individuals who completed their graduate, postdoctoral, professional, or performance training at Johns Hopkins but are not currently affiliated, and who have achieved marked professional or scholarly distinction in their fields.
ELIGIBILITY | Nominees must have been in residence at Johns Hopkins University for at least one year and must have been separated from JHU for at least five years prior to the nomination deadline of the current year. All graduate and postdoctoral alumni are eligible. Peabody post-baccalaureate performance alumni are also eligible. The selection process will favor those for whom training at Johns Hopkins was clearly instrumental in launching their outstanding, independent careers.
INSTRUCTIONS | To initiate the inductee nomination process, please email SocietyofScholars@jhu.edu with the following details:
- Nominator Name, Division/School, Email Address.
- Nominee Name, JHU Affiliation (Division/School & Department)
DEADLINE | Only complete nominations received by 11:59 p.m. on Friday Jan. 28, 2022, will be considered.
For more information and a full list of Society of Scholars inductees, visit the Faculty Affairs website.