The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) program was recently highlighted as helping lead the way for women in engineering on the east coast.
High school students from across the country and from locations around the world will gather at Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus on July 20 as part of Engineering Innovation’s annual Spaghetti Bridge contest. The teams compete to see which bridge will carry the heaviest load. Below is information about the competition at each EI site. […]
Through the STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools program, city youngsters learn science and engineering basics.
Taylor-Lee Neal wins $40,000 Henrietta Lacks Scholarship.
Lockheed pledges financial and staff support to Baltimore school where Johns Hopkins partnership first launched in 2015.
The collaboration is designed to close the STEM gap that exists primarily in Pre-K through 12th grade.
Mallada and his group aim to enable the integration of renewable energy sources into the existing power grid in an efficient and reliable manner through the development of a new generation of decentralized controllers, distributed algorithms, and market designs.