The Makerspace – Where Ideas Come To Life

Got a creative idea? 

Bring it to reality at the JHU Makerspace, located on the 2nd floor of the FastForward U building (320 W 29th St, Suite 220, Baltimore, MD 21211) across the street from R House. Whether it is to explore …

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Engineering Student Takes Walt Disney!

Engineering Student Takes Walt Disney

Meet Kristen Corlay Sanmiguel, a student of Engineering here at Johns Hopkins University. Kristen recently conducted research on the resilience of earthquakes in Mexico City, specifically one in 2017. Kristen’s project was inspired by a …

By Maureen Onyebuchukwu
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Thoughts on Teaching with Miro

by Justin Lorts (Director of Life Design, KSAS)

I recently wrapped up teaching Designing Your Georgetown, a course I have taught for the past three semesters to incoming transfer students at Georgetown’s Capitol Applied Learning Labs (CALL). The CALL allows me a …

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#Design4Excellence: Imagining Excellence in the Workplace

Have you ever imagined what it could be like to be in an inclusive environment? Have you ever thought of other’s excellence? Have you been curious about how to create a more inclusive space? Read on to get a few …

By Clifton E. Shambry Jr.
Clifton E. Shambry Jr. Associate Director of Life Design: Diversity & Inclusion
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Inaugural FastForward U Summer Incubator Program Helps Students Live and Breathe Their Startups

Source: JH Tech Ventures

Maddy Sukhdeo always wanted to start a business. But the rising Johns Hopkins University (JHU) senior is double majoring in psychology and writing seminars, works part-time, and is on her sorority’s council, so finding the time …

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Scared of Burnout This Fall? Here’s How To Avoid It!

During the past fall semesters,  many students experienced the struggle of fighting to stay awake as they “went to class” by joining a Zoom lecture.

It isn’t a surprise that attending classes in their dorm continuously crossed the lines between …

By Maureen Onyebuchukwu
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I Needed New Glasses and Got a Pair at Clymb

William Hu (Digital Media Marketing Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022)

“So, what is Clymb?” It took me a while to figure this out as well. It’s an organization that makes and sells emotional wellness software to school districts throughout America …

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Bridging the Gap from Concepts to Products: Infinite Biomedical Technologies

Taj El-Khalili (Engineering Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022) 

My First Ever Internship as a College Student 

I wanted to intern at a place where I would be accepted and trusted to do important work.  But was this scene illusory …

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Entrepreneurship never tasted so good: Tastee Tape

The story begins with four Johns Hopkins Chemical Engineering students Marie Eric, Tyler Guarino, Erin Walsh, and Rachel Nie who had to come up with their senior year project. They had to create the idea, prototype it, and had only …

By Maureen Onyebuchukwu
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Creativity and Community: Programming at Art With a Heart 

Nathalie Akbari (Art with a Heart Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022)

When I accepted the position of Programming Intern at the Art With a Heart (AWAH) community organization in Baltimore, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I have always enjoyed …

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