5 Ways to Stay Motivated During Your Remote Summer Internship

By Shanice Guthrie, JHU Class of ’21.

Shanice was part of the student cohort for the InBaltimore Internship Program. 

First, take a moment to congratulate yourself on landing this remote internship opportunity! Challenges you may encounter such as a lack …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Your Guide to Internships in New York City

Looking for paid summer internships in New York City? Start with this comprehensive guide.

Besides fulfilling your childhood dreams of living in an exciting city, interning in New York City is a great launchpad for your career. New York is …

By Belle To
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Johns Hopkins Graduate Programs Ranked Among Nation’s Best

Programs in nursing, public health, medicine, and biomedical engineering again top ‘U.S. News & World Report’ annual lists

By Hub

Several Johns Hopkins University graduate programs are again ranked among the nation’s best, including top rankings for programs in nursing, …

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Grad Camp is coming up!

Grad Camp: Whether you are a rising senior preparing for your own graduate school search and application process or simply exploring the possibility of graduate school, this virtual four-day event will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to successfully …

By Kara Hunter
Kara Hunter Assistant Director of Life Design: ChemBE, Mechanical, MatSci
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Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab Accelerator Showcase 2022

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Prepare to be inspired by ten of Baltimore’s emerging social innovators as they share about their ventures at the 2022 Showcase event.

The Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab celebrates Baltimore’s social innovators who have spent the last six months …

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Himanshi Sharma on bridging the gap between conventional academic systems and real-world opportunities

Himanshi Sharma, a current student at JHU’s School of Education and specialising in International Teaching and Global Leadership, understands that when you notice inequity in your community, it is an opportunity to spark connection and encourage change.  Coming from India …

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Well-being Resources For Students Affected By Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Over the past several days, we have all watched with considerable alarm as Russia launched an unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, precipitating a tragedy that has upended lives and displaced millions of Ukrainians, and is destabilizing the international order. 

It is undoubtedly …

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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranks No. 3 in International Rankings

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) is ranked the No. 3 nursing school in the world, according to 2022 QS World University Rankings. The school is recognized for its exceptional ratings in research, academics, reputation, and collaboration. JHSON was also …

By Belle To
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Mo Money, Mo Reason to Monitor Your Finances

Written by Paul Davidson, LDE for Computer Science & Electrical and Computer Engineering

You’ve just landed your next/first full-time job. It’s time to celebrate and it’s time to PLAN. Currently, most young people entering the workforce post-graduation will begin earning …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Two Alumni Awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships

The scholarship provides full funding for exceptional postgraduate students to continue their studies at the University of Cambridge

By Jamie Crow (HUB)

Two Johns Hopkins alumni were recently awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships, which provide full funding to pursue a postgraduate …

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