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Women's history month

A striking pose
APL nuclear engineer among 120 women recognized in Smithsonian exhibit
Published March 23, 2022
A 3D-printed statue of Ciara Sivels was installed this month at the National Mall as part of Smithsonian Women's Futures Month celebration
Women's History Month
'Barbie: Queen of the Prom' and other bygone games
Published March 5, 2020
Vintage Game Night at Johns Hopkins features 13 retro gems that show how far women's rights have come—and how far there is still to go
Women's History Month
'Instruments of change'
Published March 30, 2018
How Hopkins' first female undergraduates found their way
Women of Hopkins
A leading advocate for neonatal health
Published March 28, 2018
Virginia Apgar, who earned a master's from JHU in 1959, developed the Apgar Score for assessing infant health
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A Grammy Award-winning virtuoso
Published March 23, 2018
Renowned pianist Angelin Chang earned Doctor of Musical Arts degree at JHU's Peabody Conservatory
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NASA space medicine chief aimed for the stars
Published March 14, 2018
Award-winning scientist, JHU alum Nitza Cintrón is a noted pioneer for women and Hispanics in science
Women's history month
Harriet Tubman, real-life action hero
Published March 8, 2018
Maryland-born abolitionist and humanitarian is 'as heroic as it gets,' says historian N. D. B. Connolly
Women of Hopkins
A Hopkins trailblazer who dared to dig
Published March 7, 2018
In 1893, the future geologist became the first woman to receive a PhD from Johns Hopkins University