Archived articles


Students support environmental justice efforts in South Baltimore
Published April 27, 2023
The yearlong Krieger School course allows students to contribute to ongoing conversations about a healthier and more just future for residents of South Baltimore's Curtis Bay
New $100K prize supports student entrepreneurs
Published April 22, 2023
The President's Venture Fellowship provides significant funding to a graduating student who intends to continue a promising business venture in Baltimore
Public safety
Branville Bard Jr. to serve as JHPD chief
Published April 20, 2023
Bard, vice president for public safety since August 2021, will oversee the establishment of JHPD policies, procedures, and staffing to ensure a culture of public service governed by transparency and accountability
JHU students mentor Baltimore middle schoolers for Maryland Science Olympiad
Published April 19, 2023
The Maryland Science Olympiad will bring competitors to the Homewood campus from elementary schools across the state, nine of which received mentorship from Johns Hopkins students
An equation for success
Published April 17, 2023
Hopkins students develop tools to help a Baltimore food distribution operation meet the needs of more people in the city
New details of Billie Holiday's early life
Published April 11, 2023
With a newly acquired collection of Billie Holiday biographical materials, JHU historians are piecing together details about the jazz singer's largely unknown early life in Baltimore
Economic development
Economic Development and Community Partnerships names interim leader
Published April 11, 2023
New role aligns with Tildon's ongoing work to deepen Johns Hopkins' civic and community partnerships in Baltimore and beyond
Hard histories
Students discover stories of girls who lived at former Hopkins orphanage
Published April 5, 2023
The course is part of the ongoing Hard Histories at Hopkins project, which examines the role that racism and discrimination have played at the institution
A transformative teacher
Published Spring 2023
Maryland's 2022-23 Teacher of the Year, Berol Dewdney, Ed '21 (MS), doesn't shy away from conversations about class and equity / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Expungement clinic provides vital legal services
Published March 30, 2023
Johns Hopkins, Maryland Legal Aid partner to help citizens remove past charges from their public record, clearing a major obstacle to future employment, housing, credit