Graduate Student Experience

Lifesaving Solutions

For CBID students working in the world’s poorest regions, necessity is the mother of invention.

Undergraduate Experience

Hang In There

Mechanical Engineering freshman compete in the annual "Mousetraps and Rubber Bands" competition.

Final Exam

That Dam Dilemma

This spring, Environmental Engineering seniors were tasked with developing solutions to an environmental stalemate.

It’s an exciting time to be an engineer – especially at Johns Hopkins. The Whiting School is pushing the frontiers of new areas of research —from computer vision to the security of electronic medical records to tissue engineering. Our students are mentored by world-class faculty as they collaborate across disciplines and conduct independent research. Our campus, with its Georgian architecture and tree-lined walks—in the heart of a bustling city—provides an ideal environment for students to explore, understand, invent, and excel.



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