Alumni & Giving

Sharing a Slice of the Action

Pizza Hut’s digital success holds interest on the Homewood campus. Two of the company’s 11 CEOs are Hopkins Engineering grads: David Gibbs '85 and former CEO Allan Huston Jr. ’66

Armed to Succeed

Lydia Carroll’s ’16 undergraduate major—biomedical engineering—is a sweet spot at the intersection of two passions: neuroscience and “building stuff.”

JHU Baja among best in the world

JHU’s Baja team capped off its best season ever with two top 10 finishes in international competitions this spring.

Alumni Making News

Bioengineering 3D Print Replacement Ears

BME alumnus Lawrence Bonassar ’89 used 3D printing techniques to build a new external human ear.

Hopkins Engineering Alumni

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Keep in touch with the Whiting School, and connect with your fellow Hopkins Engineering Alumni.  Join Us >
Hopkins Engineering alumni are the Whiting School of Engineering’s most loyal and consistent supporters and are vital to our mission and community.

As alumni, you know better than anyone that the Whiting School of Engineering sets the standard for excellence in engineering education and research nationwide—and we can’t do it without your support!

Rising to the Challenge

On May 4, 2013, the university launched Rising to the Challenge, a seven-year fundraising effort to further empower the people of Johns Hopkins. To achieve this goal, the Whiting School of Engineering is committed to raising $275 million. These funds will help to support our school’s strategic priorities:

  • Education
  • Research
  • Translation
Help us change the world

Upcoming Events

Dec
7
Wed
1:30 pm “Bye Bye Blue Jay”: Freshmen Exp...
“Bye Bye Blue Jay”: Freshmen Exp...
Dec 7 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
"Bye Bye Blue Jay": Freshmen Experiences in Mechanical Engineering competition @ Shriver Hall Auditorium
Two mousetraps and three rubber bands — no batteries or motors —  will provide the power for launching devices and vehicles designed by teams of freshman mechanical engineering students competing in this lively annual contest. Designed by[...]
Mar
7
Tue
10:30 am Gerald M. Masson Distinguished L...
Gerald M. Masson Distinguished L...
Mar 7 @ 10:30 am – 11:45 am
Gerald M. Masson Distinguished Lecture Series presents "Interactive Visual Discovery in Event Analytics: Electronic Health Records and Other Applications" @ B-17 Hackerman Hall
Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland-College Park, will present “Interactive Visual Discovery in Event Analytics: Electronic Health Records and Other Applications” as part of the Gerald M. Masson Distinguished Lecture Series. The seminar begins at 10:30[...]
Mar
28
Tue
10:30 am Gerald M. Masson Distinguished L...
Gerald M. Masson Distinguished L...
Mar 28 @ 10:30 am – 11:45 am
Gerald M. Masson Distinguished Lecture Series presents "Development of Kinematic and Dynamic Models for Individual Using System Estimation and Identification Techniques" @ B-17 Hackerman Hall
Ruzena Bajcsy, University of California-Berkeley, will present “Development of Kinematic and Dynamic Models for Individual Using Systems Estimation and Identification Techniques” as part of the Gerald M. Masson Distinguished Lecture Series. The seminar begins at[...]
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