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BME Student Wins Top Prize in Google Global App Building Contest

August 4, 2014

Phani Gaddipati, a junior in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has won the top prize in a global app-building contest sponsored by Google for an app that allows users to create virtual flashcards. Gaddipati’s creation, called Stacks Flashcards, bested hundreds of apps submitted by hundreds of students from 90 countries. Gaddipati won a trip to San […]

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Two Engineering Students Win Fulbrights

May 19, 2014

Two Whiting School of Engineering students will have the opportunity to travel abroad and conduct research as recipients of the 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar Program. Shayer Chowdhury, a senior finishing a degree in biomedical engineering and applied mathematics and statistics, won a Fulbright to travel to Bangladesh, where he will examine the engineering and technological innovation […]

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Mehta Wins Boren Scholarship

May 5, 2014

Milonee Mehta, a freshman studying chemical and biomolecular engineering and mathematics, has won a Boren Scholarship, which supports the study of languages in areas of the world deemed critical to the future security of the United States. “Milonee Mehta exemplifies the kind of passionate engagement in the wider world that we like to encourage in […]

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Filippone Wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship

February 17, 2014

Stephen Filippone, a senior in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has been selected as a recipient of a prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarships for 2014-2015. Gates Cambridge Scholarships recognize young people whose work has the potential for social/philanthropic impact by underwriting the cost of graduate degrees in any field at the University of Cambridge. […]

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SPUR: New Program Pairs Student Interns with APL Mentors

February 3, 2014

The Whiting School of Engineering has launched SPUR: the APL/WSE Summer Program in Undergraduate Research. This exciting new partnership will enable highly-qualified rising sophomores, juniors and seniors to work as paid summer interns at Johns Hopkins’ Applied Physics Laboratory. This year, the WSE undergraduates can apply to work on projects on topics that include anti-ballistic missile systems, prosthetics, […]

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Siebel Scholars 2013

2014 Siebel Scholarship Recipients

September 23, 2013

Five Johns Hopkins doctoral students—selected for their research skills, academic achievements and leadership qualities—have been named to the 2014 class of Siebel Scholars.

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