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Amy Shelton named next CTY director
Published Sept 14, 2022
Shelton, an expert in cognitive psychology and a Hopkins faculty member since 2002, previously served as CTY's interim director from 2019-2020
University rankings
Hopkins rises to No. 7 in 'U.S. News' rankings
Published Sept 12, 2022
Key factors in JHU's ranking include small class sizes, academic performance of incoming students, high graduation rates
Flu vaccine mandate extended for 2022-23
Published Sept 12, 2022
Proof of vaccination must be submitted to the Vaccine Management System by Nov. 18; requests for exemptions must be submitted by Oct. 31
Sustained progress toward roadmap goals
Published Sept 12, 2022
Implementation planning is ongoing at both the university and divisional levels, and several key initiatives and programs have been announced over the past several months
'Incredible promise as researchers and thinkers'
Published Sept 8, 2022
The first cohort of 20 Vivien Thomas Scholars arrives at Johns Hopkins to pursue PhDs as part of an initiative designed to address historic underrepresentation in STEM fields
In Memoriam
Joseph Cooper, professor emeritus and former provost, dies at 88
Published Sept 1, 2022
Cooper, a pioneer in the study of the development of Congress, served as professor of political science at Johns Hopkins from 1991 until 2012
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
In Memoriam
Marc Lapadula, playwright and screenwriter, dies at 62
Published Aug 23, 2022
Marc Lapadula's influence lives on through his creation of the screenwriting program at Hopkins and the lasting impact he had on his students
Hopkins diners get a taste of something new
Published Aug 23, 2022
Under the new university-operated dining model, diners will enjoy enhanced menu options, upgraded spaces, and operational decisions that center on the dining experience
Hopkins welcomes first Vivien Thomas Scholars
Published Aug 18, 2022
20 scholars join the university this fall to pursue PhDs as part of a new $150M initiative to address historic underrepresentation in science, technology, engineering, and math fields