Students

Spring 2022

Space Ambassador

When he was 12, Apurva Varia wrote to NASA to ask if a deaf person could go to space. It…

Spring 2022

Fiddling Around

  Joanna Clare, a fourth-year Materials Science and Engineering major from Syracuse, New York, can delineate differences in, say, polymers…

Spring 2022

Solving Real-World Problems with AI

As artificial intelligence transforms the world, Michael Chungoyn,  a PhD candidate in chemical and biomolecular engineering, doesn’t want public school…

Spring 2022

Better Bioplastics, Cleaner Beaches

  Beach cleanups and trash wheels are great, but what if the materials used to make the plastic packaging littering…

Winter 2022

Doctor of Engineering Program Focuses on Practice

Created for midcareer individuals working full time and piloted with APL, the Doctor of Engineering program at Johns Hopkins University offers students like Austin DiOrio, ME ’10 the flexibility they need.

Winter 2022

A Patch to Catch Cardiac Arrest

Jeff Kim, a master’s student in electrical and computer engineering, wants to improve the survival rates of people who experience a cardiac arrest while alone.

Winter 2022

Better Triage on the Battlefield

Combat triage may soon undergo a transformation, thanks in part to a team of student engineers who helped develop a digital triage assistant.

Winter 2022

Women Mentors in STEM

Womxn Mentoring Whiting pairs undergraduate students with with juniors, seniors, and graduate student and alumnae mentors in STEM disciplines.