Alumni share experiences and insights about “green” careers.
Ben Hobbes is named the inaugural Theodore M. and Kay W. Schad Professor in Environmental Management and Peter Searson the inaugural Lynn C. Reynolds Professor.
Britni Crocker ’09 dreams of the difference her research may one day make-and thanks to the support of WSE alumni, that day may come sooner than she ever could have imagined.
Since graduating from the Whiting School in 1980 with a degree in mathematical sciences, Marshal Salant has offered not only his resources but his time and considerable expertise across the Homewood campus.
Johns Hopkins University recognizes oustanding members of the alumni community–including three graduates of the School of Engineering.
Andrew Paul Cox Jr., of Glen Allen, Va., died Monday, April 13, 2009, after a brief illness.
More than 4,0000 alumni returned came home to Homewood for a weekend of celebrations, crabcakes and more!
Alumni respond to the Winter ’09 issue of Johns Hopkins Engineering magazine.
RESEARCH: Setting Standards: Trac Tran’s method for image transformation is taking the computer world by storm.
RESEARCH: Vicky Nguyen’s research in the mechanics of eye pressure may lead to better testing procedures and new therapies for glaucoma.
An intrepid student team of “Recyclists” shows its pluck in Baltimore’s 11th annual Kinetic Sculpture Race.
The Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944 provided tuition assistance to veterans–and had a profound impact on Johns Hopkins.
ALUMNI MAKING NEWS: Percy A. Pierre, PhD ’67 has been a White House fellow, assistant secretary of the Army, engineering college dean, and university president. In 2008, he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
Raytheon selects JHU Engineering to provide a new online and on-site systems engineering master’s program for top-level employees.
RESEARCH: Professor Howard Katz and his team aim to produce plastic semiconductors that transport electrons—which could vastly expand the scope of energy-conversion and storage devices.
ALUMNI MAKING NEWS: From NASCAR to NASA, Stephen Lee ’99 is on the fast track.
Sayeed Choudhury ’88, MS ’90, director of operations for the new Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science, discusses the future of data storage and access.
Hopkins engineering students are emerging as leaders in campus-wide sustainability initiatives.
Awards and promotions for Whiting School faculty.
Beginning this fall, Hopkins undergraduates and alumni pursuing full-time master’s degrees in engineering at the Whiting School of Engineering will receive a 50 percent tuition grant. Under the new Dean’s Fellowship program, the tuition break is available to any alum who earned his/her undergraduate degree on the Homewood campus and is accepted into a full-time…
In a quest similar to that of the ’49ers of times past, today’s researchers are mining immense mounds of data to find that elusive nugget of gold.
The 4,490 students who applied to the Whiting School last year were asked to complete a personal essay. The goal? “To help us to become acquainted with you as a person and student, apart from courses, grades, test scores, and other objective data.” We bring you a sampling of four essays from students who will join the Class of 2013.
Inside the Whiting School’s new mock operating room, engineers, surgeons, and computer scientists are pushing the limits of surgical robotics to find safer, more effective surgical treatments for patients.
On May 31, 2009, Nereus, a hybrid, remotely operated submarine dove 10,902 meters into the Mariana Trench and gathered images and samples from one of the world’s last remaining frontiers. The dive made Nereus the world’s deepest-diving vehicle and marked the start of a new era in deep-sea exploration. Back in Baltimore, the Whiting School…