University News

A message from JHU President Ronald J. Daniels
Published Winter 2019
Daniels reflects on the words of Nobel-winner Gregg Semenza / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Founders' Pledge
Thinking Ahead
Published Winter 2019
Through the Founders' Pledge, entrepreneurs may sign on to share a portion of their future profits to ensure that the next generation has support to graduate their businesses from garage to greatness / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Giving
Helping future doctors pay their way
Published Winter 2019
Lisa Dunkle, Med '72, is helping to lift the burden of medical school debt for current and future Johns Hopkins students. Her hope is that her support, including the endowment of the Lisa Dunkle Scheffler, MD, Scholarship Fund, will allow Hopkins students to focus on making the world a better place, rather than "following the money" to pay back loans / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alumni Association News
Charting a course for adventure
Published Winter 2019
Traveling with a small group with shared JHU-DNA on a trip with an educational component is one of the chief selling points for Johns Hopkins Alumni Journeys / Johns Hopkins Magazine
#JHU2024
Way to go, new Jays!
Published Dec 13, 2019
Johns Hopkins welcomes the first members of the Class of 2024 as 682 students from a record applicant pool are offered early admissions
10x2020
'Ten by Twenty' listening sessions planned
Published Dec 12, 2019
President Daniels to participate in more than 50 conversations in early 2020 to hear diverse ideas and perspectives
Nobel Week
Gregg Semenza accepts Nobel Prize
Published Dec 11, 2019
It was the moment of a lifetime for the Johns Hopkins physician-scientist, who was among 14 laureates to be honored at a formal ceremony attended by friends, family, and members of Sweden's royal family
Ten from Hopkins named to 30 Under 30 list
Published Dec 10, 2019
Ten university alumni and affiliates are named to annual 'Forbes' list, which recognizes outstanding leaders, scientists, artists, and entrepreneurs
Nobel week
A Nobel journey a lifetime in the making
Published Dec 9, 2019
During his Nobel Prize lecture, Johns Hopkins physician-scientist Gregg Semenza expresses gratitude to the many colleagues, students, postdocs, and others who helped him reach his career-defining achievements and offers a memorable thank you to his wife and children
Nobel Week
An uncommon path yields beautiful discoveries
Published Dec 6, 2019
Gregg Semenza, William B. Kaelin, and Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe, winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine, discuss their award-winning findings and the importance of inspiring a new generation of researchers