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Science shows Baltimore's cats are friendly little guys
Published April 1, 2024
Postdoc Charlotte Fare has conducted a semi-quantitative analysis of the cats of Baltimore, surveying the appearance and disposition of a subset of the city's felines
Ishan Kalburge awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship
Published Feb 23, 2024
Kalburge will investigate how humans form internal representations of uncertainty during decision-making
Tabletop therapy
Published Dec 4, 2023
Staff psychologist William Nation offers an innovative approach to counseling with his Dungeons & Dragons therapy group
Henderson-Hopkins seeks math tutors
Published July 25, 2023
Program aims to hire more than 100 tutors for the upcoming school year
Student experience
Sparking the imagination
Published June 5, 2023
From the journey of the earthworm to signs of racial inequity, the Krieger School's First-Year Seminars cover a range of topics that inspire new college students
A great fit for Hopkins community
Published March 30, 2023
Homewood's new Gender Affirming Closet offers free clothing, accessories, makeup, and resources to support gender identity expression and exploration
'A new experience of wow'
Published Jan 23, 2023
Upperclassmen reflect on their first semester free of COVID-19 restrictions since spring 2020
Student Scholars
Six from JHU named Quad Fellows
Published Jan 5, 2023
The fellowship, sponsored by the governments of Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, supports interdisciplinary scientific and technological innovations
Student Scholar
Alum earns Marshall Scholarship
Published Dec 15, 2022
The scholarship will support 2022 graduate Nathan Mudrak as he pursues a doctoral degree at the University of Oxford
Student spotlight
Medical journey comes full circle
Published Oct 14, 2022
Johns Hopkins senior Rosa Rodríguez spent the summer shadowing the pediatric surgeon who performed life-saving surgery on her as an infant