Read CEO’s 2022-2023 Annual Report
By the Numbers
35,379Students Reached Through SABES
Our SABES curriculum is the K-5 science curriculum for Baltimore City, reaching students in– and out-of-school.
230JHU Affiliates Engaged
We bridge JHU faculty, staff and students to wide-ranging STEM programming.
112PK-12 Schools Engaged
While we’ve focus on Baltimore City, 45% of the schools we impacted are beyond Baltimore.
Our programs and events draw thousands of Baltimore City students.
WISE students join Hopkins undergraduate student body
Abisola A. joined the Hopkins community in fall 2020 as a Baltimore Scholar. Bruke Hirgeto, who interned with Dr. Brandon Bukowski in Summer 2022, entered JHU in 2022 as a Chem & Biomolecular Engineering major. Jasmine Ilyas-Grande, who interned two semesters with WISE, joins JHU in Fall 2023!
Former CCSL mentee joins CCSL as mentor
Charm City Science League is a Hopkins student group that mentors middle and high school students in preparation for the Maryland Science Olympiad. Bethany Kemp was once a competitor in this annual competition, but now mentors middle and high school students. Read more about her experience from mentee to mentor here.
JHU Undergraduate group, Charm City Science League, leads Science Olympiad team to medal at State Competition.
The JHU student group Charm City Science League mentored a new middle school Science Olympiad team during the 2012-2013 school year. The middle school team performed very well at the Baltimore City regional event, taking second place and with each student earning at least two medals throughout the day. They earned a spot at the Maryland State Competition, where they earned second place in the musical instrument event – a high achievement for a first year team!
JHU Mentored Middle School Robotics Team Wins City Championship
JHU undergraduate group, Baltimore Robotics Institute, mentored a middle school robotics team that won the middle school division of the Hopkins Robotics Cup, the annual Baltimore City VEX robotics championship.
WISE student named an Intel semifinalist!
For the first time ever, a Whiting in Science and Engineering (WISE) student was named an Intel semifinalist. Katherine Paseman worked in Dr. Acharya’s lab in the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID) during the 2013 spring semester. She continued working in the lab during the summer on her own research that overlaps the lab’s work on blood analysis using non-invasive devices. She traveled to India in December 2013 with the CBID hemoglobe team and is currently planning the next phase of her project in conjunction with CBID.