Alumni & Giving

Alumni Making News

Making Sense of Data

Ari Balogh ’86, MS ’89 oversees data storage, network infrastructure, and cloud computing at Google.

Breaking New Ground

The Malone Gift

Malone Hall, a state-of-the-art, 69,000-square-foot engineering building, will open in summer 2014.

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

Society of Engineering Alumni
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Hopkins Engineering alumni are the Whiting School of Engineering’s most loyal and consistent supporters and are a vital to our mission and community.

As alumni, you know better than any one 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 four strategic areas:

  • Educating for Leadership
  • Leveraging Data to Knowledge
  • Engineering Human Health
  • Improving Global Well-Being and Security
Help us change the world

Upcoming Events

Jan
29
Thu
10:45 am Seminar: “Automated Adversarial ...
Seminar: “Automated Adversarial ...
Jan 29 @ 10:45 am
Abstract Security and performance are critical goals for distributed systems. The increased design complexity, incomplete expertise of developers, and limited functionality of existing testing tools often result in bugs and vulnerabilities that prevent implementations from[...]
Feb
3
Tue
3:00 pm ICM Distinguished Seminar Series...
ICM Distinguished Seminar Series...
Feb 3 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
ICM Distinguished Seminar Series presents "Sex, Drugs and Funky Rhythms" @ Mason Hall Auditorium  | Maryland | United States
The Institute for Computational Medicine’s Distinguished Seminar Series will present Colleen Clancy, professor of pharmacology at UC Davis School of Medicine, at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 3 in Mason Hall Auditorium. The title of[...]

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