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Help the child, help the community

Inaugural Connaughton Professor Larry Wissow is strengthening ties between the Children's Mental Health Center and East Baltimore, thanks to a gift from the family of a late Hopkins psychiatrist …

Answering engineering's most powerful question: "What if?"

Three faculty scholar funds established by a gift from L. Gordon Croft inspire top Whiting School minds to tackle challenges in medicine, energy, and the environment…

Hopkins researchers receive NSF grant to examine the science of bat navigation

The $1 million award will advance a study about how animals use sound to guide behavior…

'Step'ping into the spotlight

Baltimore Scholar Cori Grainger stars in the popular step-dance documentary …

Unleashing solar energy's full power

Carol Croft Linde Faculty Scholar Dennice Gayme, assistant professor, mechanical engineering…

Advancing ideas, big and small

Kent Gordon Croft Investment Management Faculty Scholar Sharon Gerecht, professor, chemical and biomedical engineering…

A nourishing nest for Hopkins and Baltimore

The Blue Jay's Perch community garden takes root near Homewood with a little boost from philanthropy…

A cycle of behaviors drives anorexia, similar to addiction

Robinson Professor Angela Guarda helps patients break the cycle and eat healthily …


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