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Alumni Q&A: Blake Barnett

What made you choose Johns Hopkins? To be honest, I initially chose to attend Johns Hopkins largely on strength of reputation, and the fact that it was outside of my hometown (where my only other offer came through). What makes me keep coming back as an alum is the tight-knit community in the Materials Science […]

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Alumni Q&A: Zachery Olah

What made you choose Johns Hopkins? I chose Johns Hopkins because I wanted to go to a school with a name globally recognized for its outstanding engineering programs.  I fell in love with the campus the second I saw it, and I knew that Johns Hopkins was the perfect place to get involved in meaningful […]

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Alumni Q&A: Michael Marinier ’17

What made you choose Johns Hopkins? I chose Hopkins because my favorite high school teacher (physics) was from the city and recommended that I apply since he knew I was interested in engineering and medicine. Once I looked into JHU, I knew I wanted to come here and be a part of the translational research […]

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Materials Science Brings On Demand Solutions to the Battle Field

In this ever changing world, the ability to produce on demand solutions is becoming a tech industry standard. This past December, the U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command’s Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins met with the Army Research Laboratory scientists and engineers to discuss specific advances that have been made to ensure soldiers stay […]

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Nicholas Gianaris
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Q&A: Nicholas Gianaris

Nicholas Gianaris earned his MSE in 1992 and PhD in 1996. Today, Gianaris is the VP of Business Development and General Manager of the Materials Technology Division at Thermacore.

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Marybeth Miceli
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Marybeth Miceli ’99

Marybeth Miceli, BS 1999, is an expert in the field of non-destructive testing. Her work helps maintain the structural stability of roads, bridges, and other infrastructure people rely on each day.

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Dr. Robert Oberle ’94, Q&A

Dr. Robert Oberle earned both his Master’s and PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. As a graduate student, he worked in the research lab of Professor Robert Cammarata. Since graduating, Dr. Oberle has gone on to found Vizinex RFID, which specializes in developing and manufacturing high-performance, durable RFID tags for an array of industries.

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