Peter Kalugin is Johns Hopkins University’s newest Rhodes Scholar. The senior is one of just 32 men and women who received the good news Saturday evening that they had won one of the most famous academic awards available to American college students. Click to read the full article.
News & Announcements Archive
Date: November 24, 2014
Date: October 5, 2014
This conference will be held at JHU November 21-23, 2014. Click to view details.
Date: September 9, 2014
Congratulations to J.J. Sylvester Assistant Professor Jiuyi Zhu, who has been awarded a 2014 AMS-Simons Travel Grant. Each grant provides an early-career mathematician with $2,000 per year for two years to be used for research-related travel.
Date: June 2, 2014
In his research project, Chris Hynes, a double major in mathematics and philosophy, explores competing views of morality. Click to read the article in Arts & Sciences Magazine.
Date: June 2, 2014
Jordan Hoffman, a double major in physics and mathematics, is doing research on protein folding and protein energetics. Click to read the article in Arts & Sciences Magazine.
Date: May 29, 2014
Caleb Baechtold ’16 came to Johns Hopkins from Indiana thinking he knew exactly what he wanted to do. It took just one class for that to change. Click to read the article in Arts & Sciences Magazine.
Date: May 20, 2014
Congratulations to Harry Lang, who has been selected the winner of the 2014 Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award. The award honors the best graduate teaching assistants in Arts and Sciences.
Date: December 2, 2013
Igusa was a professor of mathematics at JHU for nearly 40 years before he retired as professor emeritus in 1993. He was inducted as an inaugural Fellow of the American Mathematical Society in 2012 and previously served as editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Mathematics. Igusa was also the founding director of the Japan-U.S. Mathematics Institute.
Date: October 2, 2013
Johns Hopkins University invites applications for a Bloomberg Distinguished Professorship in the area of the Mathematical Foundations of Data Intensive Computation and Inference. This position is one of 50 new Bloomberg Distinguished Professorships designated for outstanding scholars at the associate or full professor rank who carry out interdisciplinary research and teaching in areas identified for […]
Date: May 1, 2013
Jean-Pierre Meyer, professor emeritus in the Department of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins, died on April 24. He was 83. Born in Lyon, France, Meyer received his undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees from Cornell University. He served in the U.S. Army for two years, followed by a teaching appointment at Syracuse University and then a research […]