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Graduate education

Business
Carey curriculum recognized with MBA Roundtable Innovation Award
Published Nov 19, 2021
The program's experiential learning curriculum provides opportunities to use leadership and analytical skills to address real-world business challenges
Graduate education
Doctoral fellowship program honors legacy of Whiting School alum Percy Pierre
Published Nov 18, 2021
Awards recognize outstanding incoming students from underrepresented backgrounds and will provide monthly stipends, tuition, health insurance, and fees for the first two years of graduate school
Five PhD students named Siebel Scholars
Published Sept 22, 2021
Annual award recognizes world's top graduate students in bioengineering, computer science, energy science, and business
Business
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School joins Forté Foundation in advancing business education opportunities for women
Published July 20, 2021
Carey will offer fellowships that recognize high-achieving, emerging female leaders in the full-time Johns Hopkins MBA program
Graduate education
Aegon Transamerica Foundation and Carey collaboration supports underrepresented minority students
Published July 6, 2021
Funding from Transamerica supports a summer business training program for high schoolers, an ongoing mentorship program, and a new scholarship for grad students
Awards
Three recognized with awards honoring legacy of physicist Mark O. Robbins
Published June 9, 2021
The Mark O. Robbins Prize in High Performance Computing and the Robbins Future Faculty Award will be awarded annually to doctoral candidates and postdocs
Fellowships
PhD student Adebayo Eisape named Microsoft Research PhD Fellow
Published Jan 26, 2021
Adebayo Eisape was selected from a candidate pool of more than 1,000 for the prestigious fellowship
School of Medicine
Forging an accessible path
Published Dec 28, 2020
About a quarter of Americans have one or more disabilities. The School of Medicine is working to make success stories more common for students with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and mental health disorders.
Life design
Conference seeks to help students expand their professional horizons
Published Nov 10, 2020
Horizons by Hopkins virtual conference takes place Thursday, Nov. 12 and is open to all Johns Hopkins students
Student experience
SAIS students 'in exile' travel to Italy to learn in person
Published Oct 27, 2020
After the coronavirus pandemic forced the SAIS Europe campus in Bologna to shut down in the spring, it is now hosting not only its own students and faculty but those from China and Washington, D.C., too