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.
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.
Combat triage may soon undergo a transformation, thanks in part to a team of student engineers who helped develop a digital triage assistant.
Womxn Mentoring Whiting pairs undergraduate students with with juniors, seniors, and graduate student and alumnae mentors in STEM disciplines.
As part of Johns Hopkins’ Community Impact Internships Program, Roy Sun interned at Corner Team Inc., which uses Olympic-style boxing and other programs to teach youth healthy lifestyles and leadership skills.
On TikTok, Ben Straus ’21 shares his expertise to help middle school, high school, and college students around the world learn more about engineering.
In June 2019, Nathan Wang presented a bill he had drafted on K-12 AI education to his congressman. The bill, which became law on Jan. 3, 2021, includes the AI Education Act, which directs the National Science Foundation to offer grants and other support to develop AI-related curriculum and programs for K-12 students to gain AI skills, experience, and a deeper understanding of the field’s ethics and social implications.
Willa Grinsfelder ’21 is helping like-minded students prepare for careers in the renewable energy industry through the student-run Hopkins Student Wind Energy Team, which she co-founded last year.
Micajah McGarity, MSE ’12, is focused on creating optimization models to make fertility services more widely accessible.