Category: Homewood Student Affairs

Joshua McIntosh named dean of academic services, a new post

July 23, 2012

Joshua G. McIntosh, an experienced administrator who has devoted his career to enriching all aspects of university student life, has been named dean of academic services at The Johns Hopkins University. McIntosh, currently associate dean at Harvard University’s Harvard College, will join Johns Hopkins in the newly created post on Aug. 6. “We are thrilled […]

First JHU–Clinton Health Access Initiative fellows named

May 29, 2012

The Johns Hopkins University and the Clinton Health Access Initiative have joined forces to develop two fellowships for Johns Hopkins students to work in CHAI’s in-country programs. CHAI is a global health organization committed to strengthening integrated health systems in the developing world and expanding access to care and treatment for HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. […]

JHU’s got talent—and passion

November 7, 2011

Got a great idea to share, or a skill to show off? Johns Hopkins this week launches a new multimedia, community-building experience that is part open-mic night and part grown-up show and tell. Ignite@JHU is a series of five-minute talks where presenters—students, staff and faculty—will share their personal and professional passions using 20 slides that […]

Hundreds of helping hands

October 3, 2011

The collective power of one university was on full display for the 2011 President’s Day of Service. Nearly 1,000 students, faculty, staff and alumni turned out on Sept. 24 to lend a hand to local nonprofit organizations and community centers in Baltimore and beyond. Participants took part in more than 40 projects. They planted gardens, […]

First Night inducts freshmen into Homewood student body

September 7, 2009

In a show of unity, nearly 500 upperclassmen joined with the Class of 2013 for a candlelight ceremony on Homewood’s Wyman Quad

Welcome to Johns Hopkins

August 31, 2009

The Class of 2013— and carloads of stuff—arrives at Homewood

Preparing for the arrival of students—and the H1N1 virus

August 31, 2009

After months of planning, university puts its anti-flu campaign into motion

Enrollment spikes at Homewood

August 3, 2009

Johns Hopkins officials, like colleagues at many other elite private colleges and universities across the nation, expected a lower than normal yield (the percentage of accepted students who enroll) because of the economy. Despite projections to the contrary, the incoming Homewood undergraduate class of 2013 will be significantly larger than expected, a reality that has prompted university officials to respond in a variety of ways to meet student needs.