SAIS Founder Paul Nitze Dies at 97
Meeting with Nitze "was like having Moses at the table,"
Colin Powell says
Paul H. Nitze, adviser to presidents of the United
States from both parties, a leading strategist and arms
control expert, and co-founder of Johns Hopkins'
School of Advanced International Studies, died on the
evening of Oct. 19 at his home in Georgetown. He was
Campaign well on way to $2
The Johns Hopkins: Knowledge for the World campaign has
attracted gifts and commitments of $1.544 billion,
surpassing in just over four years the record $1.52 billion
raised in the entire nine-year Johns Hopkins Initiative,
which ended in 2000.
Celebrating a dual legacy of a Johns Hopkins
The legacy of William H. Welch, the School of Medicine's
first dean and a Johns Hopkins Hospital founder, will be
respectfully honored this month, as two Hopkins
institutions that the illustrious physician helped to
establish will celebrate milestone birthdays. Both the
Institute of the History of Medicine and the Welch Medical
Library will turn 75.