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MSEM Program featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education

November 29, 2018

The popularity of graduate engineering management programs is rising, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. In a recent article featuring the Center for Leadership Education’s Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM), program director Pam Sheff discusses the reasons for this increased interest as well as how the program pioneered international winter immersion experiences. “We really […]

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JHU American Marketing Association hosts 6th annual conference

November 20, 2018

On Saturday, November 10, The JHU American Marketing Association hosted its 6th Annual Regional Conference. Titled “Think Fast: Adapting to a New Kind of Consumer,” the conference featured speakers Josh Lukin, the senior director of club initiatives for Major League Baseball; JHU alum Morgan Marc, a project manager with the Grey Group; and JHU alum […]

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CLE student team competes in NATO Innovation Hub Pitch Competition

November 8, 2018

A drone-neutralizing system designed by a team of Center for Leadership Education students was among 10 such systems that competed at the 2018 NATO Countering Unmanned Systems Innovation Challenge held in Berlin, Germany, in mid-November. The event sought to bring together creative and innovative ideas for mitigating the increasing number of threats to troops and […]

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JHU Women in Business attends Harvard’s Intercollegiate Business Convention

November 8, 2018

On October 28 the JHU chapter of Women in Business (WiB), sponsored by the Center for Leadership Education, attended the annual Intercollegiate Business Convention at Harvard University. The one-day event offered young women the opportunity to attend panels and workshops on topics such as developing a personal brand and the business of consulting, as well as […]

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Clark Scholars Participate in the President’s Day of Service

November 1, 2018

The 10th annual President’s Day of Service claimed nearly 1,000 volunteers from the Johns Hopkins Community on October 12th, 2018. The service project activities were incorporated in the local, Baltimore community, which included: harvesting crops from First Fruits Farm, clearing trash from Chinquapin Park, prepping properties in the Greenmount neighborhood, and volunteering at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School’s fall […]

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Alum Honors Father: 10/7 Stick-it-to-Sarcoma Event

October 4, 2018

Over the past seven years, JHU alum Rachel Ballatori has spearheaded this annual event which has raised nearly $90,000 and has fully funded three research grants. This year’s goal is to hit the $100K mark and officially donate the fourth full research grant to the Hopkins Sarcoma Program. The 8th Annual Stick it to Sarcoma Fall Play Day will take place […]

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Business Plan Competition Winners Featured in HUB

May 2, 2018

Hopkins engineering teams won first place in each of the four categories at the 18th annual Johns Hopkins University Business Plan Competition in a day-long event on Friday, April 27 that capped months of preparation and prototyping. Read the HUB article here.

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MSEM Student Featured in FastForward U

April 25, 2018

  Master of Science in Engineering Management student and entrepreneur James Shamul was recently featured in FastForward U’s newsletter for his venture Rume, a mobile application that provides real-time classroom occupancy to students so  they can find open study or meeting rooms on campus. Read the full article here. FastForward U is Hopkins’ hub for […]

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Hopkins Students Present at New Orleans AMA Conference

April 11, 2018

  Students in the Hopkins chapter of the American Marketing Association recently presented at the 40th Annual AMA International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans.  The Hopkins students’  presentation focused on chapter best practices for professional development, and was received by an audience of 75. This year’s Conference was attended by over 1,700 marketers. For more […]

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