Alumni

Winter 2016

Deep-Sea Dreamer

Ben Kinnaman, MS ’06, was raised in the port town of Morehead City, North Carolina. “I grew up in the…

Winter 2016

REWIND: Catalyst for Progress

Known as the father of catalysis, Paul Emmett lent his expertise to the Manhattan Project.

Summer 2015

World Changer

ELIZABETH NANCE, PHD ’12, jokes that she made Forbes magazine’s 30 under 30 list—which recognizes outstanding young professionals—by the skin…

Summer 2015

Combing the Deep Web

Chris White, PhD ’09, thinks that the current “one-size-fits-all” Internet is not suited for data analysis. “You use the same…

Summer 2015

Speak and Your Device Will Listen

As a staff research scientist with Google, Carolina Parada, PHD ’11, is changing the way people interact with their devices….

Summer 2015

An Era of Protest

REWIND The late 1960s brought turmoil on campus and off. Soon after Charles Goldstein, MSE ’68, arrived at Johns Hopkins…

Summer 2015

An Engaging Idea

Aaron Baughman, MS ’07, was planning a trip to Disney World with his daughters when an idea seized him: What…

Summer 2015

Toward Better Wound Care

As students at Johns Hopkins, Joshua Budman ’13, MSE ’14, and Kevin Keenahan ’13, MSE ’14, noticed medical personnel measuring…

Winter 2015

Social Media-Savvy Spaceman

Reid Wiseman’s stunning photos of everything from the aurora borealis and the snaking Nile River to massive glaciers flowing across Canada from space have earned him a reputation as the most social media-savvy spaceman ever.