A Pakistani at Hopkins: Lessons on Privilege and Community – By Hassan Sohail

My freshman year at Hopkins was characterized by a pleasant bubble-like atmosphere, as the thrill of new encounters imbued everyone with intrigue. As an international student from Pakistan who had just relocated to the States, I was in a quasi-honeymoon …

By Sakshi Chetan Sarda
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JHU Undergrad Resham Talwar Showcases Breakthrough Research to FLOTUS and PM Modi During Historic State Visit to the United States – Resham Talwar

Over 2 million Indian students study in US presently, and talking about the community’s innumerable contributions brings forward one of the many important flavors of US-India relationships. On June 21st I had a chance to be 1 out of 11 …

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InBaltimore Internship Program- Reflections on My Engineering Internship at Coaptech: A Journey of Learning and Growth by Resham Talwar

As I wake up each morning, thrilled to go to work, learn something new, and contribute meaningfully as a Coaptech intern, I find myself filled with gratitude for the incredible opportunity and valuable experiences I have gained during my time …

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Celebrating the Impact of Interns on National Intern Day

Co-authors: Dr. Amy Braun and Christina Manceor 

Contributors: Ciara Flowers and Tyler Sluder 

Editor: Maren Gonzales

Hopkins students at all stages of study have shared that internships are a key avenue to attain satisfying and sustainable employment. This year Johns Hopkins …

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Networking at Work Using Stakeholder Maps

This article was sourced from Education Designed

A crucial aspect of any summer experience is connecting with not only co-workers at your organization, but also with individuals outside of your organization who may be a part of your industry or …

By Georges Hatcheu
Georges Hatcheu
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#Design4Excellence: Career Closet Reflection

By Naomi Fonseka ’26

In our last post, we talked about what it truly means to be diverse and inclusive. We ascertained that an integral part of that definition was making sure that everyone present in our shared professional spaces …

By Clifton E. Shambry Jr.
Clifton E. Shambry Jr. Associate Director of Life Design: Diversity & Inclusion
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#Design4Excellence: The Intersection of Inclusivity and Excellence in the Professional World  

By Naomi Fonseka 26′

The framework of diversity and inclusivity has become more prominent in today’s workplace culture, for many reasons. Most commonly it is used as a benchmark of what kind of importance a professional environment places on actively …

By Clifton E. Shambry Jr.
Clifton E. Shambry Jr. Associate Director of Life Design: Diversity & Inclusion
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#Design4Excellence: What is it, and where does it come from?

#Design4Excellence: What is it, and where does it come from?

Explore what is excellence and ways you can join the conversation in imagining excellence.

By Clifton E. Shambry Jr.
Clifton E. Shambry Jr. Associate Director of Life Design: Diversity & Inclusion
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JobsforJays: Grab Your Job Before Graduation

JobsforJays is accepting applications for all jobs through April 3rd, 2023.

If you are a JHU student (undergraduate or masters-level) and graduating this year without a job secured, this is your opportunity to secure your post-graduation experience! All our employers …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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JHU Students “Trek” to the Bay Area for Intersession

By Sarah Connelly & Paul Davidson

Over intersession we had the privilege of co-hosting a trek to the Bay Area for 20 JHU undergraduate students. The trek focused on tech & entrepreneurship, and it provided students the opportunity to explore …

By Sarah Connelly
Sarah Connelly Senior Life Design Educator: AMS, CaSE, & EHE
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