This fall, the California-based Siebel Foundation selected five Johns Hopkins students from the Whiting School of Engineering and the School of Medicine as recipients of its annual Siebel Scholars awards.
Offering perspectives to improve EP’s programs.
Wendy and Lou Brown ’65 establish challenge to fund 16 first-year graduate fellowships.
Alumni awards honor six exceptional Whiting School faculty.
New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg ’64 has been honored with the Mary Woodard Lasker Public Service Award, which recognizes those who either support research or who lead public health and advocacy programs “of major importance.”
Student Initiatives Grants allow students to pursue their dreams.
As if aging bridges, roads, pipes, and transmission lines weren’t enough to worry about, there is another stealthy challenge facing cities in developed and developing nations around the world: rising sea levels.
Planning for an efficient electric grid system means being able to predict not only where demand will be greatest but also where the electricity will come from.
Worldwide, an estimated 30 percent of treated drinking water is lost through leaks, breaks, and other shortcomings in water delivery systems.
RESEARCH: A multidisciplinary team of engineers, scientists, and clinicians is analyzing and breaking the complex motions of surgery down to its basic elements in order to improve surgeon education and patient outcomes.
New interdisciplinary research center aims at unraveling the physical underpinnings of the growth and spread of cancer.
Thirteenth Provost of Johns Hopkins University appointed.
Biomedical engineering students demonstrate a practical way to embed a patient’s own adult stem cells in sutures used to repair serious orthopedic injuries.
ALUMNI MAKING NEWS: Dave McClure ’88: Making Entrepreneurial Dreams Come True.
RESEARCH: Graduate student Sarah Webster helped develop the navigation and control system to guide Nereus, an autonomous underwater vehicle, to the depths of the Mariana Trench.
ALUMNI MAKING NEWS: Reid Wiseman, MS ’06, joins NASA’s 2009 astronaut candidate class.
High-tech tool would use optical fiber technology to enable a “virtual biopsy” of brain tissue.
How the Whiting School of Engineering became JHU’s first named division.
RESEARCH: Michael Falk, associate professor of materials science and engineering, is developing new techniques to simulate changes in materials on the nanometer scale.
ALUMNI MAKING NEWS: Rebecca Freeman Grais, BA ’95, MS ’97, MS ’99, PhD ’03, tackles the unexamined questions.
WSE welcomes new faculty.
Charles Goldstein ’68, PhD, is committed to providing opportunities to WSE students–and graduates.
Students learn to “think big” in a course named—aptly—after Archimedes.
Cities across the country—and around the world—are falling apart from the inside. The Whiting School is uniquely positioned to lead the way in assessing, modeling, and monitoring 21st-century solutions.
It takes more than lectures and lab time to learn how to be an engineer. From building ingenious structures out of spaghetti and marshmallows to repairing desperately needed medical equipment for disadvantaged countries, to creating an autonomous robotic helicopter, WSE undergrads are getting real-world experience.
Ndubuisi Ekekwe, PhD ’09, refuses to stand by and watch his homeland miss the train on technological innovation.
The devastation caused by the earthquake in Haiti is greater than most of us can comprehend. At the Whiting School, our hearts go out to the people of Haiti and all of those who have been touched by this terrible event. The destruction and suffering we see in the news coverage and in the first-…