Archived articles


Entrepreneurial empowerment
Published Fall 2022
Yury Yakubchyk Jr., A&S '13, is all about supporting the next generation of young entrepreneurs / Johns Hopkins Magazine
An off-road friendship
Published Fall 2022
Alum Adam Baumgartner has built lasting friendships while serving as resource to the Baja Jay Racing team. "I think Adam had this kind of Team Mom energy," says Seán Bailey, Engr '14. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Emma Needell Goes Home Again
Published Fall 2022
Screenwriter Emma Needell, A&S '12, returned to her family's Colorado ranch to film Life Rendered, her new film about a cowboy who uses virtual reality to explore his secret inner self / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Intersecting pathways for advancement
Published Sept 6, 2022
Josh Bilenker, Med '99 (MD), Keith Flaherty, Med '97 (MD), Steve Harr, Med '98 (MD), and Ross Levine, Med '99 (MD), simultaneously attended Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, but they only grew close after graduation.
Alumni spotlight
Citizen scientists in bloom
Published Aug 8, 2022
Alum Ikbal Choudhury's nonprofit uses low-cost, low-resource tools to teach children about environmental science
Class notes
Published July 29, 2022
In memoriam
Published July 5, 2022
Alumni honors
Two alumni awarded nationally renowned Knight-Hennessy Scholarships
Published May 26, 2022
Katherine Hu and Nikhil Gupta will receive support and leadership development as they pursue graduate studies at Stanford University
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
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