Why Google Hires Humanities Majors?

In the landscape of modern workplaces, we have moved past the belief that only specific majors lead to success in specific roles. Although industry-aligned education is undoubtedly valuable, the talent that lies outside of traditional majors considered for a role …

By Vibha Sathesh Kumar
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2024 Student Employee and Supervisor of the Year Awards

University Experiential Learning is excited to announce that nominations are now open for the 2024 Student Employee and Supervisor of the Year Awards! 

The JHU Student Employee of the Year award is presented to an outstanding undergraduate and graduate student …

By Camille Blake
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Hire Hopkins | January 2024

A Message From Our Director

Dear reader,

If you’re new here, Hire Hopkins is a hiring office that empowers companies to work with and hire the best talent for them. A part of that is bridging equity gaps we find …

By Chloe Donelan
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Brian David Gilbert Wants to Make Big, Weird Things

Sourced from: The HUB

When older relatives ask Brian David Gilbert, A&S ’16, about his career, he tells them he’s a “writer and video producer,” but the truth is much more complicated. He’s a YouTuber with over a million subscribers, …

By Georges Hatcheu
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Online Education Completion Lags Behind Face-to-Face Instruction

Article Sourced from Inside Higher Ed

The University of Florida’s Institute of Higher Education found students who enroll in exclusively online degree programs were less likely to complete a degree than peers who enrolled in some face-to-face courses. But certain …

By Georges Hatcheu
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10 Johns Hopkins Affiliates Recognized for Outstanding Community Service

Nine faculty, staff members, and students from Johns Hopkins University and Medicine have been selected to receive the 2023 Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Award for Community Service, a special honor recognizing those whose commitment to others embodies King’s legacy …

By Georges Hatcheu
Georges Hatcheu
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A Wake-Up Call to the Student Affairs Profession About Male Students

Sourced From Inside Higher Ed.

Men’s participation in postsecondary education and their completion rates have been front and center in higher education in recent weeks in both the United States and Canada.

A recent report released by the Higher Education …

By Georges Hatcheu
Georges Hatcheu
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Hire Hopkins | December 2023

A Message From Our Director

Dear reader,

Thanks for letting us show up in your inbox on a Tuesday 😉 We’re trying to catch you before you go on break; we know there’s a lot going on right now, so we’ll keep this …

By Chloe Donelan
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Attend the JHU First Year Major Exploration Fair!

Are you curious about learning more about ideas/topics that are tied to the major you are planning to declare this spring as a KSAS student? Are you interested in pivoting toward a new major altogether but not sure where to …

By Michael Gonzales
Michael Gonzales Associate Director of Life Design: First Year Krieger
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Cracking the Code: Why Do Hopkins Students Say ‘Yes’ to Job Offers? 

Given Fall Recruiting season is about to come to a close, we know that a lot of our hiring partners are preparing job and internship offers or have already made them. And where there are offers there are…rejections. According to …

By Vibha Sathesh Kumar
Vibha Sathesh Kumar
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