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Mechanical engineering
Roach-inspired robots
Published Feb 18, 2018 Video
By studying cockroach locomotion, scientists learn how to build better, more mobile robots
Mind of a medalist
Quick thinking
Published Feb 18, 2018 Video
For Olympic athletes, world-class brain power often separates the best from the rest
Mind of a medalist
Spinning for the win
Published Feb 18, 2018 Video
Through years of practice, elite athletes train their brains so they can stay on balance after elaborate maneuvers

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Peter Dayton Releases “Notes to Loved Ones, Music for Strings and Piano”
Published Feb 18, 2018
Peter Dayton (MM ‘16, Composition) will release a new CD of chamber music for strings and piano. Notes to Loved Ones, Music for Strings and Piano will be released on March 9. There will be a release... / The Peabody Post
Wendel Patrick and Ryan Dorsey Featured in Baltimore Magazine
Published Feb 18, 2018
Faculty artist Wendel Patrick was featured in Baltimore Magazine’s “Baltimore Visionaries” story. The story focused on 30 people in Baltimore who are working to make a change. Patrick was featured... / The Peabody Post
Bijan Olia Nominated for MPSE Award
Published Feb 18, 2018
Bijan Olia (BM ’11, MM ’12, Computer Music) was nominated for a Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Award for his work on Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain as music editor. The winners... / The Peabody Post
Hundreds of College Students to Convene at JHU for Marathon Weekend Hackathon
Published Feb 18, 2018
Graduate and undergraduate students from around the country will gather at Johns Hopkins University this weekend for the latest HopHacks, a marathon session. The event challenges students to realize their... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Jacqueline Pollauf Coordinates Harp Camp
Published Feb 18, 2018
Jacqueline Pollauf (BM ’06, Harp; MM ’07, Harp Pedagogy) has recently been appointed the harp department coordinator at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. Each summer, middle school and high school harpists... / The Peabody Post
Report: 1,500 Lives Saved by WHO-Led Trauma Response in Battle of Mosul
Published Feb 18, 2018
Unprecedented involvement by humanitarian organizations in a conflict saved as many as 1,500 to 1,800 lives, both civilian and military, according to new report / Public Health News Headlines from Johns Hopkins
David B. Stambler Will Present a Recital at Penn State
Published Feb 18, 2018
David B. Stambler (MM ’93, Saxophone) will perform a recital at 4:00 pm on Saturday, February 17, in Eisenhower Chapel on Penn State’s campus in State College, Pa. His recital program includes... / The Peabody Post
Blake Meister will Perform With the Craig Alston Quintet
Published Feb 18, 2018
Preparatory faculty and Conservatory alumnus Blake Meister (BM ’08, Jazz Double Bass) will be performing at An Die Musik with the Craig Alston Quintet on Saturday, February 17, at 8:00 and 9:30 pm. / The Peabody Post
Jacomo Bairos Has Exciting Career Growth
Published Feb 18, 2018
Jacomo Bairos (GPD ’11, Conducting) has been the 17th music director for the Amarillo Symphony since 2013 and is currently in the running for the music directorship of the Rhode Island Philharmonic... / The Peabody Post
Henry Bushnell Wins Concerto Competition
Published Feb 18, 2018
Preparatory student Henry Bushnell, cello, won the Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestra’s concerto competition in the Concert Orchestra division. He played the first movement of  Joseph Haydn, Concerto... / The Peabody Post
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