Enriching high school science
City teachers sharpen research, grant-writing skills in JHU
To the outside eye, the computers delivered last week
to Darlene Malat's Forest Park High School classroom might
seem like no more than a collection of monitors and CPUs.
But to Malat, the much-anticipated equipment symbolizes a
bridge to a wonderland of scientific discovery for her
JHU focuses on online
According to recent census figures, nearly 50 million
people in the United States live with a disability such as
a visual, hearing or cognitive impairment. For this group,
the everyday act of Internet surfing can be a struggle as a
site's construction too often limits what information they
can see, hear or use. So, too, can Web site perusal be a
challenge for those with aging software and computer
JH profs elected to National Academy of
Two Johns Hopkins professors were among 72 U.S.
scientists elected May 3 to membership in the National
Academy of Sciences at the organization's 142nd annual
meeting, held in Washington, D.C.