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Washington Post: High schoolers use their noodles at engineering summer program

July 27, 2015

The Washington Post reported on the “spaghetti bridge” competition that was the culmination of this year’s Engineering Innovation summer program at Johns Hopkins’ Montgomery County campus. Hopkins EI programs are held at various sites throughout the country — including on the Homewood campus — during the summer months to introduce talented high school students to college-level engineering.

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Johns Hopkins to train new cybersecurity experts with help of $2.2M grant

July 20, 2015

At a time when cybersecurity attacks are more frequent and damaging, the National Science Foundation has awarded $2.2 million to the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute to support a graduate-level degree program that teaches students how to recognize and protect against digital threats. The grant will be allocated over five years as part of […]

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Jerry Prince honored by UConn

July 7, 2015

Jerry Prince, WSE’s William B. Kouwenhoven Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was named to the University of Connecticut Academy of Distinguished Engineers. Prince received his B.S. from UConn in 1979. UConn’s Academy of Distinguished Engineers includes exceptional engineering alumni whose careers are characterized by their sustained and exemplary contributions to the […]

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New center offers big home for ‘Big Data’ projects

July 6, 2015

Whether they’re studying distant galaxies or deadly diseases deep within human cells, Big Data researchers increasingly need more powerful computers and more digital storage space. To address this demand, two Maryland universities are preparing to open one of the nation’s largest academic high-performance computing centers, located at the edge of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical […]

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