About the Whiting School of Engineering

 

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Outstanding Academics

WSE teaches students to think creatively while drawing upon mathematics and scientific principles to tackle difficult, real-world problems.

 

world-class-facultyExceptional Faculty

  • 155 academic* and 27 research faculty, 22 teaching faculty, and 27 associated research scientists and engineers
  • In 2013-2014, faculty received six NSF CAREER Awards, two Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Awards, and a Sloan Research Fellowship
  • In 2013 – 2014, 356 part-time faculty in the Engineering for Professionals program

 

vibrant-studentsVibrant Students

Our students are among the most highly qualified and intellectually driven in the world. They come to Johns Hopkins from nearly every U.S. state and dozens of countries.

2013 – 2014 Undergraduates: 1,667

  • From 49 states
  • and 42 countries

2013 – 2014 Graduate (full-time): 1,215*

  • From 43 states
  • From 41 countries

2013 – 2014 Graduate (part-time): 3,103

 

groundbreaking-researchGroundbreaking Research

Our academic programs integrate education and research, extending human innovation to address some of the world’s toughest problems.

  • Received $100.2 million in research funding in FY2014.
  • 70% of engineering undergrads participate in research.

 

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Committed Alumni

Whiting alumni remain loyal and committed to our mission. They serve on advisory boards, host events, mentor students, and contribute their time and philanthropic support.

Notable alums: Michael R. Bloomberg ’64, Electrical Engineering, former mayor of New York City, founder and president of Bloomberg LP; Willard Hackerman ’38, BS Civil Engineering, President and CEO of Whiting-Turner Contracting Company; Jeong H. Kim ’82, BS Technical Management, President of Bell Telephone Laboratories; John C. Malone, PhD ’69, Industrial Engineering, Chairman of Liberty Media.

 

*Biomedical Engineering data includes PhDs awarded through and faculty appointments in the School of Medicine.

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