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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
Democracy Day
'Young people are not just our future, but our right now'
Published Aug 30, 2022 Video
Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott, university President Ron Daniels, and expert faculty discuss the value of democracy, as well as threats to it
Campus Updates
Fall update: Canvas Learning Management System
Published Aug 26, 2022
Resources are available for faculty and students as the university begins to transition from Blackboard to Canvas this fall
Community
A summer of service
Published Aug 24, 2022
The Community Impact Internships Program connects undergraduate students with local nonprofit organizations. Meet some of this year's 50-person cohort as they share their experiences.
Fashioned for good
Published Aug 1, 2022
After learning about how exploitative and environmentally damaging the fashion industry could be, political science major Shanthi Ramakrishna launched Taara Projects, a social startup that creates ethical, eco-conscious stitched goods.
Alumni honors
Two alumni awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships
Published March 25, 2022
Two alumni were awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships, which provide full funding for postgraduate studies at the University of Cambridge
Women in STEM
Senior Gwendolyn Tsai wins aerospace fellowship
Published Feb 8, 2022
Senior Gwen Tsai is one of 51 Brooke Owens Fellows, who receive paid internships and mentorship from aerospace professionals
Andy Wilson to depart JHU for Loyola University Chicago
Published Feb 8, 2022
Serving as dean of student development since 2015, Wilson led the development of transformative programs and initiatives to help students maximize their potential for success at Johns Hopkins and beyond
Olympic spirit: Two from Hopkins compete in Winter Games
Published Feb 3, 2022
Cross country skier Caitlin Patterson and speed skater Emery Lehman, both graduate students in the Engineering for Professionals program, will join Team U.S.A. in Beijing
Student support
Quarantined on campus
Published Dec 14, 2021
Staff from departments across the university have been working behind the scenes to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and support students directly affected by the virus