WSE Academic Advising

Office of Academic Affairs
103 Shaffer Hall
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Email: wseadvising@jhu.edu
Fax: (443) 529-1532

Our staff is here to ensure that our students have access to the support, resources, and information they need to make the most of their academic careers at the Whiting School.

We provide general academic support to all engineering students, coordinate the undergraduate faculty advising program, and are always happy to answer questions.
 
 

Academic Advising Contacts

Ed Scheinerman, Vice Dean for EducationEdward R. Scheinerman
Vice Dean for Education
410-516-7210
ers@jhu.edu

 

 

 

Janet Weise, Assistant Dean for Academic Advising (Undergraduate)Janet Weise
Assistant Dean for Academic Advising (Undergraduate)
410-516-7395
jweise@jhu.edu

 

 

 

Christine-KavanaghChristine Kavanagh
Director of Graduate Academic Affairs
410-516-5938
christinekavanagh@jhu.edu

 

 

 

Linda MoultonLinda Moulton
Senior Academic Advisor
410-516-7395
lmoulton@jhu.edu


 

 

Denise ShipleyDenise Shipley
Senior Academic Advisor
410-516-7395
dls@jhu.edu

 

 

 

Ruth Haag portraitRuth Haag
Institutional Research Coordinator
410-516-4275
rhaag3@jhu.edu

Undergraduate Faculty Advisors

All students are assigned engineering faculty advisors in their majors who:

  • Help the students select courses
  • Provide information on academic programs available to students
  • Serve as a resource to the many opportunities available to students at Hopkins
  • Approve all course selections and schedule changes

Students are encouraged to meet with their advisors to discuss their progress. Mandatory advising meetings take place in November and April in order to choose classes for the upcoming semester. Advisors generally post office hours when they expect to be available—other times can be arranged by appointment. Remember, getting in touch with your faculty advisor is your responsibility. You should attend to all meetings prepared.

What to do:

  • Review the advising manual for your major and update your checklist.
  • Bring your proposed schedule.
  • Have a list of specific questions.

What NOT to do:

  • Wait until the last day to try to contact your advisor.
  • Expect your advisor to plan your schedule for you.


Our undergraduate programs in Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of:

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111 Market Place
Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD, 21202
410-347-7700 (phone)
410-625-2238 (fax)

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