Forever a Hopkins Engineer
Hopkins Engineering alumni are active, valued members of the school community and are deeply involved with the school, whether on the Homewood campus or around the world, and they play a vital role in our students’ lives.
Whether online, on campus, or around the world, our powerful network can help you connect with old friends, network with professionals in your field, and make a difference in our students’ lives.
The Power of the Network
Connect with Hopkins Engineering alumni and broaden your professional and personal networks.
Engage With Current Students
Help students achieve their goals through mentorships, internships, career-focused events, and more.
Advance Our Mission
Support our students, honor our faculty, enable discoveries, and create world-changing opportunities.
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OneHop Alumni is your one stop for career, community, and connection with Johns Hopkins alumni.
Alumni Making an Impact
Using Food to Fight Anti-Asian Hate
When Tim Ma, MS ’05, left his job as a senior hardware engineer with Raytheon to attend culinary school, his parents, both Chinese immigrants, worried. After all, they had “come to America to work insane hours in a Chinese restaurant so their kids wouldn’t have to work in restaurants,” Ma says.
Ready for Takeoff
Ayushi Mishra, MS ’16, grew up the daughter of academics. Her father held a doctorate in physics; her mother, a doctorate in chemistry. But it is still a long way from the small town in India where she grew up to Johns Hopkins University.
Redefining Down Syndrome
After earning his degree in electrical engineering, Nik Nikic ’84 applied those lessons to a rewarding career. But perhaps their most spectacular application has been his work with his son, Chris, who last Nov. 7 became the first person with Down syndrome to finish an Ironman triathlon.
The Data Behind Your Burrito
As lead data scientist at Chipotle, Mash Syed, MS ’15, offers in-depth data analysis to the company’s executives to help them make informed business decisions—expertise that took on new value with the onslaught of COVID-19.
Engineering for Professionals
If you want to expand your knowledge, but aren’t quite ready to commit to a master’s degree in engineering, you’ve got options. Take a course or earn a graduate or post-master’s certificate through Johns Hopkins’ Engineering for Professionals program.
As a member of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, you receive discounts on some of the fee-based programs operated by Johns Hopkins.