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Research
Hopkins leads nation in research spending for 43rd consecutive year
Published Jan 9, 2023
In FY 2021, JHU spent a record $3.181B—nearly $1.5B more than the next highest institution on the annual list compiled by the National Science Foundation
Undergraduate admissions
The impact of ending legacy admissions
Published Jan 5, 2023
'NBC Nightly News' highlights JHU's inclusive approach to admissions, one that has 'opened up a lot more space for us to be able to recruit students from a host of different backgrounds,' President Ron Daniels says
Student Scholars
Six from JHU named Quad Fellows
Published Jan 5, 2023
The fellowship, sponsored by the governments of Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, supports interdisciplinary scientific and technological innovations
Graduate education
$5M investment bolsters support for non-STEM PhD programs
Published Jan 4, 2023
The programs seek to strengthen and broaden the pool of students prepared for and excited about doctoral education
Professional development
Johns Hopkins hosts inaugural Black Excellence Conference
Published Jan 4, 2023
Program convening Black graduate and doctoral students focuses on identity, culture, and self-advocacy
Film
Forgotten era of filmmaking finds a new home
Published Jan 3, 2023
The Sheridan Libraries has acquired the Academic Film Archive of North America, an eclectic collection of more than 7,600 vintage 16-mm films
Diversity+Inclusion
Hopkins programs highlighted as part of White House STEM equity initiative
Published Dec 23, 2022
Bonnie Swenor, founder and director of the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center, serves on STEMM Opportunity Alliance advisory council
Q+A
Daniel Coit Gilman in full
Published Dec 21, 2022
A new biography on Johns Hopkins' founding president sheds light on the personal side of a man who helped birth the American research university
PUBLIC SAFETY
Ten nominated to join JH Accountability Board
Published Dec 20, 2022
The board will play a key role in helping to shape the development and operation of the future Hopkins police department
Faculty spotlight
Lyme disease expert named Bloomberg Distinguished Professor
Published Dec 19, 2022
Nicole Baumgarth, whose background blends immunology, veterinary medicine, and infectious disease, serves as inaugural director of the Lyme and Tickborne Diseases Research and Education Institute