By Kathryn Hansen, A&S '05 (MA)
Did we hear someone say that women aren't as good at
science as men? It didn't take us long to find six female
researchers at Hopkins whose work suggests otherwise.
By Jim Duffy
Johns Hopkins psychiatrist John Gartner went searching for
what makes Americans unique — and found his own manic
tendencies at the center of the national character.
By Maria Blackburn
Baltimore City's Ryan Harrison has already won national
acclaim for his scientific acumen. This fall, he'll be part
of the university's first crop of Baltimore Scholars.
The Ultimate Summer Reading List
Compiled by Catherine Pierre
We surveyed Homewood faculty and staff to hear what they'd
be reading this summer. Their recommendations range from
meaty must-reads to pulpy pleasures.
The Long, Strange Trip of David Hoffman
By Dale Keiger
He's been a Hopkins lacrosse player, a "proto Marxist"
agitator, and a hippie recluse. Now the director of
Internews is fostering independent news media worldwide.
Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns
Public Health: Michael Klag named dean
Sports: Undefeated Jays head to NCAA
Students: Making Homewood safer
Public Health: Now virtually
Science: A precision attack on cancer
Research: Rethinking technology
Astronomy: Surprising violence around black
Technology: Classroom clickers and other
Research: Spring brings a bevy of
Humanities: Lucky break leads to fake
Medicine: $2 million for Clancy
International: Bologna Center turns 50
Students: Making wildest dreams come
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