The popular Engineering Innovation course, designed for high school students, is returning to the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus for summer 2018. The application will be available on Dec. 15.
Make sure you know whether the campus is open in the event of a storm.
CATEGORY: Academics, Research
JHU moves up to No. 10 in publication's annual Best Global Universities rankings
Laura Hannon joined Johns Hopkins University this fall as executive director of Student Affairs for Advanced Academic Programs. Hannon attended Boston College and then worked at Northeastern and Boston universities. In her role at AAP, she will work with students at the Montgomery County Campus, as well as students in Washington, D.C.
First-generation college students are less likely to complete their college degrees in six years compared with their peers whose parents did attend college, according to the Postsecondary National Policy Institute. Also, first-generation college students are more likely to need remedial classes, attend two-year schools and struggle with English. Stats like that are why students such as Kenny Tran and Yereida Gallardo stand out.
CATEGORY: Tenant News
NorthwestWAN, a telecom master agent that serves as an intermediary between businesses and telecommunications companies, has joined the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus community.
CATEGORY: In The Community
Johns Hopkins University held an emergency preparedness fair, where community organizations offered tips and advice on how to stay safe during the unexpected.
CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community
A group of students in the Health Science Intensive program have banded together to come up with ways to raise money for victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
CATEGORY: Academics, K-12 Outreach, In The Community
Johns Hopkins University students and staff members, along with MDBio Foundation teachers, led seventh graders through a pipette challenge exercise.