Paying it forward
Published Dec 26, 2019
As the first African-American chief resident in anesthesiology at Cedars-Sinai, Adam Milam is working to increase diversity in the medical field
All this is hers
Published Winter 2019
After years of wandering, author Jami Attenberg, A&S '93, has settled into success in the Big Easy / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Brent Neale Winston's story is set in stone
Published Winter 2019
Inspired by fine art, classic literature, and European vacations, the Johns Hopkins alum has found success in fashion magazines as a jewelry designer / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Friends for Life
From mentor to friend
Published Winter 2019
Helping her hometown
Published Winter 2019
Baltimore native Yasmene Mumby is inspiring action for social impact in her hometown / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Ushering in a new era
Published Winter 2019
Jessica Satava, Peab '04, was recently appointed director of the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Published Winter 2019
Restoring a classic wooden sailboat not once but twice was a labor of love spanning three generations / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Finding common ground
Published Nov 19, 2019
Alum Diana Peralta's debut film, De Lo Mio, tackles issues of family, loss, and the immigrant experience
Carey School launches new Black Alumni Network
Published Nov 19, 2019
The affinity group is aimed at engaging alumni and current and prospective students
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, guardian of human rights
Published Fall 2019
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, a Hopkins alum and the former U.N. high commissioner for human rights, has spent decades speaking on behalf of victims of the world's most vile atrocities / Johns Hopkins Magazine