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Giving

A professorship in primary care
Published Spring 2022
The Rosemarie Hope Reid, M.D., Professorship was established earlier this year to recognize Reid and to advance primary care education at Hopkins / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A scholarship born from friendship
Published Spring 2022
Friends teamed up to create the Sanford M. Saunders Scholarship, awarded to a student who shares Saunders' interests in political science and history and is contemplating a career in law / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Arts+Culture
A horseman of a different era
Published April 20, 2022
A 7-foot tall sculpture, a small-scale version of Kehinde Wiley's defiant rejoinder to Confederate statuary, 'Rumors of War,' will be installed in Mudd Hall atrium
Giving
A nod to a mentor
Published Winter 2021
To celebrate the founding faculty of the Department of Computer Science and the lessons they taught him, Charlie Neuhauser established the Neuhauser Family Teaching Award / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Elif's legacy
Published Winter 2018
Fellowship at SAIS supports students with career and research interests in humanitarian assistance and public health in the developing world / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Empowering more risk-takers
Published Winter 2018
Susan and Matthew Daimler say they give back to Hopkins so that more students can have opportunities to make bold career moves / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Athletics
Powered up
Published Fall 2018
A friendship forged on the field led alum Brad Rosborough to lead a giving effort to install stadium lights at Babb Field / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Basic training
Published Summer 2015
Leo Bell's experience at Johns Hopkins was life-changing—and the reason he included a significant gift to the university in his will / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Stepping up for philanthropy
Published Summer 2015
Founded in 2009, Step Up's mission is to show that Hopkins wouldn't be what it is today without philanthropy / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Ride on
Published Spring 2015
Staff rides bring students to significant battlegrounds in the United States and abroad / Johns Hopkins Magazine