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STEM Education
SABES program expands in Baltimore
Published Sept 23, 2017
City schools, JHU launched SABES in 2013 to improve STEM instruction
Firebrand with a pince-nez
Published Fall 2017
Elisabeth Gilman, the youngest daughter of JHU's founding president, was a fierce advocate for social justice / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Safe slumber
Published Fall 2017
Baltimore mom Shantell Roberts was recently awarded a $25,000 grant from the Social Innovation Lab to develop a lightweight cardboard box that serves as a bassinet / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Pig politics
Published Fall 2017
New book by Matthew Crenson, professor emeritus in the Department of Political Science, examines how and why Baltimore's political systems work—or don't / Johns Hopkins Magazine
21st Century Cities
Urban policy projects get a lift
Published Sept 23, 2017
$200K in seed grant funding goes to research on mixed-income neighborhoods, economic inclusion, health and safety
Historian homecoming
Lawrence Jackson named BDP
Published Sept 23, 2017
Historian, author bridges English, History departments and Center for Africana Studies
A 'core' investment in central Baltimore
Published Sept 23, 2017
$10M lending fund will support high-impact development in Homewood Community Partners Initiative neighborhoods
Repairing ties
Published Sept 23, 2017
'The Economist' takes a hard look at the history of Hopkins and Baltimore, Ron Daniels' efforts to renew bond / The Economist
Not in my backyard
Published Spring 2016
Drug treatment center's aren't always welcome neighbors. But do they bring more crime? / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Community Learning
Poetic change agents
Published Winter 2015
When Dora Malech started mentoring a Baltimore City teen, she had no idea they'd be designing a course together / Johns Hopkins Magazine