Universitywide program created to champion social
Johns Hopkins is no stranger to social
entrepreneurship and community outreach. In fact, the
university's history in these areas can be traced back to
the school's founding.
Daniels assumes JHU helm
Ronald J. Daniels will assume his new post today, primed
and ready to begin his tenure as the university's 14th
president. In many ways, his work has already begun.
Since his election to office on Nov. 11, 2008, Daniels has
in essence enrolled in Johns Hopkins 101 in an effort to
familiarize himself with the culture and mechanisms of the
university and all its divisions.
Undergrad tuition to rise 3.8 percent next
Tuition for full-time undergraduates at The Johns
Hopkins University will increase 3.8 percent
next fall, the smallest percentage growth in 35 years for
the university's two largest undergraduate