Archived articles


Martha Jones appointed to U.S. historical committee
Published March 13, 2023
As a member of the Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise, Jones will oversee ongoing efforts to document the history of the U.S. Supreme Court
Lou Burns works to connect congressman with constituents
Published March 7, 2023
Burns, a 2021 Hopkins graduate, joined the congressional staff of U.S. Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger one month after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol
Artificial Intelligence
ChatGPT's implications for higher ed
Published Feb 20, 2023
As the new tech makes waves in education, scholars from Hopkins and UPenn discuss promising applications—and potential pitfalls
K-12 education
Alumna Berol Dewdney is Maryland's teacher of the year
Published Feb 16, 2023
'Neuroscience totally transformed my teaching practice,' says Dewdney, an alum of the Johns Hopkins School of Education
Opposing perspectives on voting rights spark lively debate
Published Feb 9, 2023
SNF Agora's first marquee debate, featuring Karl Rove and Symone D. Sanders, closed out the 2023 Elijah E. Cummings Democracy and Freedom Festival
Artificial Intelligence
Where is ChatGPT taking us? And do we want to follow?
Published Feb 9, 2023
Johns Hopkins computer scientist Daniel Khashabi discusses the pros and cons of the revolutionary natural-language processing tool—and predicts where it may head in the future
A new watchdog on Big Tech
Published Feb 7, 2023
Syed, a 2007 Johns Hopkins University graduate, serves as CEO of the award-winning news outlet The Markup, which applies data-intensive investigative journalism to one of Washington's biggest policy concerns
Students to take center stage in debate initiative
Published Jan 31, 2023
Debate director Louise Flavahan aims to turn tension into dialogue, starting with a discussion about voting rights Feb. 8 featuring Karl Rove and Symone Sanders-Townsend
The thorny history of sickle cell anemia
Published Jan 25, 2023
As part of the university's Racism and Repair in the Modern Academy project, Johns Hopkins researchers look inward at the past, present, and future of treatment for this disease
Democracy in action
Wes Moore sworn in as Maryland governor
Published Jan 18, 2023
The Krieger School alumnus is the first Black governor of Maryland and only the third Black governor in U.S. history