Archived articles
Johns Hopkins recruits volunteers for M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site
Published March 12, 2021
Volunteers serve as greeters, guides, runners, or observers
Data tracking
Johns Hopkins begins providing U.S. test data as COVID Tracking Project ends
Published March 10, 2021
The Coronavirus Resource Center will include data from the project spearheaded by 'The Atlantic' up to March and JHU-collected data from that point on
School reopening
Experts: States must implement teacher vaccination plans, tracking to ensure safe school reopenings by fall
Published March 9, 2021
The Johns Hopkins eSchool+ Initiative launches dashboard of state-by-state policies and status
Diversity in STEM
Repairing the STEM pipeline
Published March 8, 2021
At Hopkins, STEM faculty members are changing outcomes for women by making the undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and early faculty years more inclusive of women
Five student teams win grants for COVID-19 safety ideas
Published March 5, 2021
A COVID Well-being grant competition through the JHNeedsU initiative is helping spark creative pandemic safety ideas among the university community
Bloomberg School center receives $10M for global child sexual abuse prevention program
Published March 3, 2021
Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse will conduct research studies and assess and develop perpetration prevention programs
JHU senior awarded Luce Scholarship
Published March 3, 2021
Nihaal Rahman will work to develop sustainable solutions to malnutrition among children during year working abroad
Johns Hopkins announces new partnership with Maryland National Guard
Published Feb 26, 2021
"Partners in Education" program provides tuition waivers, reimbursements, and educational and training programs designed to meet the needs of service members
Alumni spotlight
Physics pioneer
Published Feb 26, 2021
Since becoming the first Black woman to earn a PhD in physics at Johns Hopkins, Miller has tracked the successes and achievements of Black women in physics