STEM-LEADs program, developed by members of the Hopkins Latino pre-health honor society Lambda Epsilon Mu, offers hands-on science and college prep at Patterson High School in East Baltimore.
The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation supports students who pursue scientific education to keep America a leader in technology.
The Baltimore Sun profiles James E. West, professor of electrical and computer engineering and inventor of “one of the most pivotal technological devices of our time.”
Through the STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools program, city youngsters learn science and engineering basics.
Students from Johns Hopkins, MICA team up for multidisciplinary design challenge.
Lockheed pledges financial and staff support to Baltimore school where Johns Hopkins partnership first launched in 2015.
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.
The collaboration is designed to close the STEM gap that exists primarily in Pre-K through 12th grade.
To wrap up National Engineers Week, Warren Grayson, associate professor of biomedical engineering, encouraged students at Barclay Elementary/Middle School to think like an engineer for an afternoon.