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Undergraduate education
Course examines sexual and gender identity in STEM
Published Dec 1, 2022
In First Year Seminar, Johns Hopkins undergrads explore the history of LGBTQ people in STEM and how science in turn affects the lives of LGBTQ people
Q+A
A game plan for mental health
Published Nov 28, 2022
Johns Hopkins hired Ari Miller to help guide student-athletes through the unique and universal challenges they face on and off the field of competition
Student support
Partnership helps food pantry address an often unseen need
Published Nov 18, 2022
Grad student Alan Gorny and more than 30 other members of the JHU football team have volunteered their time over the past nine months to help revitalize the Hopkins Food Pantry
Professional development
Trevor Noah to Hopkins students: Follow your passion
Published Nov 17, 2022
The comedian and longtime host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central delivered a keynote address during the Horizons by Hopkins conference
Mentorship
10 from Hopkins recognized with Career Impact Awards
Published Nov 17, 2022
The awards, supported by PHutures, celebrate individuals who provide outstanding mentorship or professional development for students and trainees
Student services
Digital dashboard streamline information for students
Published Nov 16, 2022
Initial release, scheduled for Nov. 21, will pull data from the Student Information System, financial aid, student case management, JCard office
Student Success
Stuck on Tastee Tape
Published Nov 10, 2022
When four Hopkins students presented their Design Day product, they didn't expect the media to pick it up and give it viral attention. Months later, the students are alumnae, and the future of the product is bright.
FLI DAY
FLI proud and growing
Published Nov 9, 2022
More than 28% of undergraduate students at Hopkins are first-generation and/or limited income, a sign of increased access to a Hopkins education made possible by Michael R. Bloomberg's $1.8B gift in 2018
History
Students united
Published Nov 7, 2022
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute students and Hopkins undergrads come together to learn about Baltimore's civil rights history
Engineering for social change
Published Nov 4, 2022
In her 'Social Justice for Engineers' course, alum Sarah Hemminger teaches Johns Hopkins students about how thoughtful design can address social ills
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