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Fellowships
Three from Hopkins win Goldwater Scholarships
Published April 21, 2022
The scholarship recognizes outstanding research and achievements of students in STEM fields
Alumni honors
Three Hopkins alumni receive Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships
Published April 21, 2022
Three Johns Hopkins alumni were recently named Paul and Daisy Soros Fellows, receiving up to $90,000 to support their postgraduate studies.
Music
HSO Concerto Competition winners featured in season finale concert
Published April 18, 2022
Three students who do not major in music will be featured soloists at the HSO's season finale concert on April 23
CUE2
Center for Educational Resources to be renamed to highlight expanded future
Published April 4, 2022
The center has been renamed the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation to more closely reflect its expanded mission and new initiatives and programs
Commencement 2022
Samantha Power named Commencement speaker
Published March 31, 2022
USAID Administrator, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author will address the Class of 2022 on May 22
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
Fellowships
Johns Hopkins again named a top producer of Fulbrights
Published March 25, 2022
The National Fellowships Program at Johns Hopkins is hosting a series of information sessions for students interested in applying for the next round of Fulbrights
Class of 2026
Johns Hopkins invites 1,586 students to join Class of 2026
Published March 18, 2022
Johns Hopkins offered admission to 1,586 regular decision applicants for the Class of 2026
Student spotlight
One foot in the reel world
Published March 16, 2022 Video
Engineering student Joanna Clare releases album of original and folk Irish fiddle tunes
Graduate education
Proposals sought for programs that build pathways to PhD programs in non-STEM fields
Published March 14, 2022
University will provide $5M to support programs that prepare students from underrepresented backgrounds to pursue PhDs