Class of 2003 is on its way
Here's the pitch: A group of teenagers and others of just legal
drinking age, most of whom are strangers, have to co-exist for an
extended period and learn the fine art of compromise. They will
share meals, enjoy the night life together and pretty much spend
the majority of their time in each other's presence.
Sounds like the cast of MTV's Real
No. Try, the staff of Orientation '99.
New dean of enrollment is
Lorna Miles Whalen, an admissions, financial aid and market
research consultant who has helped colleges and universities plan
admissions strategies for 16 years, has been appointed dean of
admissions and enrollment.
Whalen will be responsible for en-rollment of
the undergraduate student body at the Homewood campus, consisting
of about 2,600 students in the Krieger School of Arts and
Sciences and about 1,100 in the Whiting School of Engineering.
Reporting to Whalen will be the offices of Undergraduate
Admissions, Financial Aid and Enrollment Research, and the
The Johns Hopkins University
3003 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218