The Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society recognizes outstanding academic achievement and commitment to diversity.
Award programs allow students to study, conduct research, and teach abroad.
Q&A with Andrew Colombo, a master’s student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
They are among 496 winners selected nationally for an award that recognizes student achievements in STEM fields.
During their month abroad, CBID student teams observe hospital procedures, interview health care providers, and interact with local residents to understand the pressing clinical needs of the community.
Fulbright Fellowships allow recipients to study, teach, and conduct research abroad.
FastForward U dispersed its first set of microgrants to 10 teams of student entrepreneurs. The funds are designed to enable students to test their ideas, build prototypes or launch pilot projects.
A Johns Hopkins Engineering junior has been named a Goldwater Scholar, an honor recognizing outstanding promise in the fields of natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics.
Four members of the Baja team traveled to Barclay Elementary/Middle School to show this year’s car to 17 students, and explain engineering principles that allowed them to build it.
At the event, five teams of two students competed to build the strongest possible 8-to-9-inch miniature bridges out of colorful, sugary gumdrops and wooden toothpicks in 30 minutes.
Johns Hopkins Engineering students mentor girls from Baltimore-area schools on renewable energy and the engineering design process.
Every summer, Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering students work side-by-side with primary care providers in some of the world’s most underserved communities.