Archived articles


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
Carey Business School receives $25M gift from Carey Foundation
Published Feb 19, 2020
Funding endows new professorships, provides enhanced academic programs and services; will be matched with additional $25M from JHU and other donors
Founders' Pledge
Thinking Ahead
Published Winter 2019
Through the Founders' Pledge, entrepreneurs may sign on to share a portion of their future profits to ensure that the next generation has support to graduate their businesses from garage to greatness / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Helping future doctors pay their way
Published Winter 2019
Lisa Dunkle, Med '72, is helping to lift the burden of medical school debt for current and future Johns Hopkins students. Her hope is that her support, including the endowment of the Lisa Dunkle Scheffler, MD, Scholarship Fund, will allow Hopkins students to focus on making the world a better place, rather than "following the money" to pay back loans / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Pledge to give back
Published July 16, 2019
Founders Pledge encourages successful startups to pay it forward with support for current Hopkins entrepreneurs
Women supporting women
Published Summer 2019
The rise of women philanthropists at Carey has been led in part by the powerhouse personality of Karen Peetz, a university trustee and alumna / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Endowed scholarship celebrates a family legacy
Published June 6, 2019
Seymour Baron and his granddaughter—Jennifer, a member of JHU's Class of 2019—graduated with engineering degrees 75 years apart
Hopkins aims for 1,200 donors in 24 hours
Published May 1, 2019
A donation made Wednesday to Johns Hopkins could help unlock more than $400,000 in challenge gifts