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Sam Kaestner Founds Stretto
Published Jan 23, 2022
Sam Kaestner (BM ’00, Clarinet) founded Stretto, which works to enhance the interactivity between audiences and performers during a livestream. Stretto was named a finalist for Fast Company’s World... / The Peabody Post
Amit Peled Founds Every Child Deserves a Voice
Published Jan 22, 2022
Cello Professor Amit Peled began the Every Child Deserves a Voice program through Mount Vernon Virtuosi with the goal to raise funds to purchase 1,000 string instruments to be distributed to schools in... / The Peabody Post
Christine Lyons Shares 2021-22 Concert Season
Published Jan 21, 2022
Christine Lyons (MM ’16, Voice) has performed as the Governess in The Turn of the Screw by Benjamin Britten with IlluminArts Miami in October and in a concert of art songs set to Emily Dickinson’s... / The Peabody Post
Anastasia Pike Completed the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative’s Meta-Leadership Training
Published Jan 20, 2022
Anastasia Pike (MM ’07, Harp), a former student of Jeanne Chalifoux, recently completed the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative’s Meta-Leadership Training program through the joint... / The Peabody Post
ADVISORY: Elijah Cummings Portrait Unveiling
Published Jan 19, 2022
Before an assembly of Henderson-Hopkins students, Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels will join Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, widow of the late Congressman Elijah Cummings, and artist Christopher... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Rory Powell Featured on Cover of Bloom Magazine
Published Jan 19, 2022
Rory Powell, a Harp student of Michaela Trnkova has been featured on the cover page of Bloom magazine. Powell is a recipient of The Edith Hamilton Scholarship, which accentuates the studying of the effectiveness... / The Peabody Post
Diana Cantrelle Featured on Remembering December
Published Jan 18, 2022
Diana Cantrelle (MM ’12, Voice, Pedagogy) was commissioned by composer Gavin Brown to perform five of his original compositions for Remembering December. The CD release party was held on December 12... / The Peabody Post
Awadagin Pratt Launches Nina Simone Piano Competition
Published Jan 17, 2022
Awadagin Pratt (PC ’89, Piano; PC ’89, Violin; GPD ’92, Conducting) won a $100,000 grant from the Sphinx Organization to start the Nina Simone Piano Competition which will feature African American... / The Peabody Post
Nicholas Bergin Named editor of The American Organist Magazine
Published Jan 16, 2022
Nicholas Bergin (BM ’09, Organ) was recently named editor of The American Organist magazine, effective January 2022. Published monthly by the American Guild of Organists, TAO is the most widely read... / The Peabody Post
Andrew Arceci Named Artistic Director of Arcadia Players
Published Jan 15, 2022
Arcadia Players, the western Massachusetts-based Early Music ensemble, has named Andrew Arceci (BM ’08, Double Bass, Viola da Gamba) as its next Artistic Director. Founded in 1989, Arcadia Players is... / The Peabody Post
Nathan Cicero Joins the Sarasota Opera as Assistant Conductor for Winter 2022
Published Jan 13, 2022
Nathan Cicero (MM ’18, Vocal Accompanying) will be heading to Sarasota, FL in January 2022 to join the music staff of Sarasota Opera as Assistant Conductor for their upcoming winter season. This position... / The Peabody Post
Johns Hopkins Astrophysicist Charles Bennett Receives Rumford Prize
Published Jan 13, 2022
The American Academy of Arts & Sciences has awarded Johns Hopkins University astrophysicist Charles L. Bennett one of the oldest and most celebrated awards in science, the Rumford Prize, an honor... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Bill Miller Donates $50 Million to JHU’s Department of Physics and Astronomy
Published Dec 16, 2021
Legendary investor and philanthropist William H. “Bill” Miller III has made a lead gift of $50 million in a combined $75 million philanthropic effort to support Johns Hopkins University’s Department... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University Expands Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships
Published Dec 14, 2021
Johns Hopkins University announced today it will recruit an additional 50 Bloomberg Distinguished Professors (BDPs), doubling the current cohort of BDPs at the university. These world-class faculty members... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
ADVISORY: Grand Opening for Long-Awaited East Baltimore Historical Library
Published Nov 30, 2021
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels, and community leaders open the long-awaited East Baltimore Historical Library, a place to preserve, interpret and convey... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Celebrates 10th Annual An Evening with the Stars
Published Nov 9, 2021
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing will celebrate the 10th annual An Evening with the Stars event recognizing Hopkins Nursing excellence on Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021, 6:00pm. / News
Spiders’ Web Secrets Unraveled
Published Nov 1, 2021
Johns Hopkins University researchers discovered precisely how spiders build webs by using night vision and artificial intelligence to track and record every movement of all eight legs as spiders worked... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Dean Sarah Szanton Named Woman of Achievement
Published Oct 29, 2021
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Dean Sarah L. Szanton, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been named a Woman of Achievement for 2021 by Business and Professional Women of Maryland. / News
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Earns Two Awards for Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Published Oct 25, 2021
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has received the INSIGHT Into Diversity Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award and the American Association for Men in Nursing (AAMN)... / News
Two from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing have been elected as members of the National Academy of Medicine
Published Oct 18, 2021
Sarah L. Szanton and Jessica Gill have been elected as members of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM). / News
Johns Hopkins Pioneers Method to Examine How Immunotherapy Changes Tumors
Published Oct 13, 2021
Johns Hopkins University engineers are the first to use a non-invasive optical probe to understand the complex changes in tumors after immunotherapy, a treatment that harnesses the immune system to fight... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s Jason Farley Becomes Inaugural Leadership and Innovation Endowed Chair
Published Oct 13, 2021
Jason Farley Becomes Inaugural Endowed Chair for Leadership and Innovation / News
Holiday Shopping Concerns Emerge for Buyers and Retailers
Published Oct 12, 2021
With fewer than 50 days until Black Friday, it’s beginning to look like supply chain issues could severely disrupt holiday shopping in the United States, affecting availability of everything from apparel... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins Finds Thousands of Unknown Chemicals in E-Cigarettes
Published Oct 6, 2021
Vaping aerosols contain thousands of unknown chemicals and substances not disclosed by manufacturers, including industrial chemicals and caffeine, Johns Hopkins University researchers found. The study... / News from The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins Health Disparities Researcher Lisa Cooper Appointed by Biden to President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
Published Sept 22, 2021
Lisa Cooper, MD, MPH, a pioneering public health disparities researcher, general internist, and professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Johns Hopkins Schools of Medicine and... / News from The Johns Hopkins University