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Where Creativity Reigns

A new space devoted to turning the seeds of students’ creative ideas into reality opened this fall in Remington, a stone’s throw from the Homewood campus.

WSE by the Numbers

In October, the university’s $6 billion university-wide fundraising campaign officially came to a close. The money raised during the eight-and-a-half-year campaign has been nothing short of transformative.

Partnerships in Asia

Two new partnerships—one with China’s Tsinghua University and the other with Taiwan’s Ministry of Education—are expanding the School of Engineering’s global reach.

Impact View All

Pinpointing Tumor Treatment

Knowing as much as possible about the genetic makeup and impaired biological pathways of a particular patient could help physicians make more informed decisions, says Professor Donald Geman.

‘Pushing Pause’ in Cellular Mechanics

Denis Wirtz, vice provost for research, says unifying the field of cell mechanics around a common set of approaches will make it more valuable to the larger cancer research community.

Students View All

Removing Bias in Artificial Intelligence

Ryan Cotterell, who was named Johns Hopkins’ first Facebook Fellow last spring, is using the fellowship to explore questions about developing more equitable artificial intelligence.

Keeping His Cool

“Building a satellite is very specific work, and there’s no instruction booklet,” says APL’s J. Felipe Ruiz. “EP has given me all the tools I need to build my solution from scratch.”

Building Better Vehicle Armor

“A soldier’s job is hard enough,” Beatriz Medeiros, a third-year materials science and engineering student, says. “By improving their armor, we’re hoping to make their jobs a little bit easier.”

Alumni View All

Pathology’s Digital Future

“We call it digital pathology now, but this is shifting to the standard of care. Eventually, this will just be called pathology, and our company will be leading the way,” says David West.

At the Top in Cybersecurity

“I have no idea what my career will look like in 20 years, and that’s by design. I’ve never planned where I’ve ended up,” says Phyllis Schneck.

Back Talk View All

Lost Science

The impact of the Muslim travel ban is far-reaching, writes Johns Hopkins civil engineer Sauleh Siddiqui.

From The Dean

From the Dean

At its core, the Whiting School of Engineering comprises partnerships that extend within and far beyond the boundaries of our campus. Through these partnerships, we advance discovery, create knowledge, and have an impact on the world.