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CLE students honored at WSE Convocation Awards

May 23, 2019

On May 6, the Whiting School of Engineering honored faculty and spring graduates at the annual Convocation Awards Ceremony in the Shriver Auditorium. The event welcomed award recipients, their family and friends, and members of the Whiting School community to celebrate the achievements of the past year. Among those honored were several Center for Leadership […]

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CLE students present innovative projects at Design Day

May 21, 2019

On May 7, students from the Center for Leadership Education participated in the Whiting School of Engineering’s Design Day. A full day of presentations, poster sessions, and prototype demonstrations, Design Day allowed engineering students from all WSE departments an opportunity to exhibit research projects undertaken over the last academic year to industry leaders and alumni […]

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Engineering Improvisation

May 17, 2019

A new article in the Wall Street Journal explores the rise of teaching improv in engineering programs. In “‘Oh, My God, Where Is This Going?’ When Computer-Science Majors Take Improv,” Sara Castellanos explores how a required improvisation course at Northwestern University, in which students sing, act, dance, study movement and even “assemble themselves into a […]

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Leslie Kendrick named AMA Advisor of the Year

May 10, 2019

On Saturday, April 13, the American Marketing Association named Senior Lecturer Leslie Kendrick Advisor of the Year at the 2019 AMA International Collegiate Conference Awards Banquet in New Orleans. Professor Kendrick was nominated for her exceptional work with the undergraduate JHU Chapter of the American Marketing Association and their consulting agency Next Strategies by JHU […]

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Clark Scholars Design Proposal Accepted at the Barclay School

May 2, 2019

  The Clark Scholars design proposals for the Barclay preschool and kindergarten were reviewed and accepted by the schools’ administration! New additions to the playground coming soon! This includes a blacktop that the Clark Scholars will paint jointly with the Barclay students. See photos of the Scholars cleaning the playground and drawing with chalk of […]

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Team SteadyAid wins The Lawrence Aronhime Award at the Business Plan Competition

May 1, 2019

From the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department:   Jigar Shah, who is pursuing his master’s of science in engineering management from the Center of Leadership Education department and ECE, was a member of the group that won The Lawrence Aronhime Award at the 20th annual Johns Hopkins University Business Plan Competition. The competition is hosted […]

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CLE Co-Sponsors 5th Annual Student Finance Reception

April 18, 2019

The 5th Annual Student Finance Reception, sponsored by the Center for Leadership Education, the Center for Financial Economics, the Career Center, and the Carey Business School was held on Thursday evening, April 11th. For undergraduates interested in finance, the event presented an opportunity to meet with other Hopkins students and gain an advantage in internship […]

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CLE Class Launches Ad Campaign for Acura!

March 26, 2019

Students in the CLE’s Advertising & Integrated Marketing Communication class recently launched a three-week marketing campaign to promote the 2019 Acura ILX. The class’s full-service advertising agency, Jay Way Media, aims to raise brand awareness for Acura and change perception of the brand among college students. For more information, and to view upcoming events, click […]

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Watch Dr. Kathleen Allen deliver the 2019 Laben Lecture

March 26, 2019

On April 5, Dr. Kathleen Allen, president of Kathleen Allen and Associates, delivered the 2019 Gary Laben Lecture. Dr. Allen’s lecture explored the concepts presented in her new book Leading from the Roots: Nature-Inspired Leadership Lessons for Today’s World. This year’s Laben Lecture provided valuable insight for students interested in learning more about leadership through […]

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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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