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The people of Johns Hopkins are rising together to take on the greatest problems facing our campuses, our communities, and our world today - from issues that span our planet, like water sustainability, to those that affect our students, like financial aid. That’s what this campaign is all about: people working together in new ways to address challenges that touch us all.


'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 …

Meyerhoff Professor grapples with bioethical issues on the global scale

Jeremy Sugarman examines ethical challenges from HIV prevention to organ transplants…

New Hopkins institute aims to restore civic engagement in worldwide political discourse

A $150 million gift by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation establishes the Agora Institute in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences …

Charting a clearer course between college and career

Hopkins Parents Council members Michael Cohen and Susan Katz-Cohen help launch Homewood's Career Center in a new direction…


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