Archived articles


Wilmer Eye Institute establishes the Sanford and Susan Greenberg Center to End Blindness
Published Oct 14, 2021
The new center will initially create four professorships for young scientists, providing a stable source of funding to cover their salaries and many other expenses for up to seven years to get their careers—and potentially transformative research—off the ground.
Fueling diversity in STEM fields
Published Summer 2021
Johns Hopkins and Bloomberg Philanthropies recently launched the Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative, a $150 million effort to create new pathways for students from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and other minority-serving institutions (MSIs) to pursue PhDs in science, technology, engineering, and math / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The art of giving
Published Spring 2021
The Howard C. Bartner Scholarship will support deserving students as they work toward their Master of Arts in medical and biological illustration, one of only four programs of its kind in the country. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery receives $15M
Published Jan 7, 2021
Gift from trustee and philanthropist David M. Rubenstein will support research focused on the development of therapeutic approaches to preserve and restore hearing
Published Winter 2020
Since 1990, the Center for American Indian Health has worked to prevent infectious disease and promote positive health outcomes in Native American populations / Johns Hopkins Magazine
JHU aims for 2,020 donors for Giving Tuesday
Published Nov 30, 2020
Donors are encouraged to support the cause of their choice, including COVID-19 relief and research; those who give $25 or more will receive a pair of limited-edition Hopkins socks
William H. Miller III makes $1.25M gift supporting Peabody program
Published Sept 29, 2020
Tuned-In program provides introductory and advanced musical study and youth development opportunities to Baltimore City Public School students
Published Fall 2020
Injury prevention pioneer Sue Baker and her late husband, Tim, a fellow School of Public Health alum and professor, have made supporting students a part of their legacy / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Published Summer 2020
The Ella S. and Frederick C. Kauffman Scholarship Fund honors Ella's memory and increases opportunity for students at the Carey Business School / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Renewed support for scholars
Published Spring 2020
Louis J. Forster, chair of the board of trustees, is doubling down on his support for faculty doing extraordinary things by renewing the President's Frontier Award / Johns Hopkins Magazine