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Professor James West to be awarded John Scott Award

July 15, 2018

Dr. James West, research professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, will be awarded the John Scott Award at a ceremony hosted by the John Scott Award Advisory Committee at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, this coming November. The John Scott Award has been awarded to men and women whose inventions have […]

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Dr. Charbel Rizk Receives Teaching Innovation Grant

January 11, 2017

Associate research professor and lecturer, Dr. Charbel Rizk, was recently awarded a $10,000 Teaching Innovation Grant through the Center for Educational Resources (CER). The CER provides funding for faculty who wish  to  promote an  innovative curriculum and teaching practice at Johns Hopkins University.  The CER plans to distribute $50,000 in grants to faculty. The grants are […]

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Professor Pablo Iglesias to be named an IEEE Fellow

November 23, 2016

 Professor Pablo A Iglesias has been named an IEEE Fellow, effective January 1, 2017, for his contributions to control theory and systems biology. The IEEE Fellow is awarded based on a person’s outstanding record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest. The IEEE professional association consists of over 400,000 members in 160 […]

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Dr. Mounya Elhilali is a semi-finalist for the President’s Frontier Award

November 17, 2016

Dr. Mounya Elhilali, an ECE associate professor, was nominated by Dr. James West for the President’s Frontier Award. She is among 13 semifinalists. The President’s Frontier Award began as a way to support Johns Hopkins University faculty. It was created to recognize those faculty members who have demonstrated important scholarly work and have the potential to […]

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Dr. Israel Gannot Among Recipients of Practical Ethics Funding

December 17, 2015

Johns Hopkins faculty have been awarded funding for nine projects in the area of practical ethics to get underway in the new year. The first recipients in the JHU Exploration of Practical Ethics program will examine a wide range of subject areas, including criminal justice, higher education, economics, and environmentalism.

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