Engineering for Professionals Welcomes a New Chair to the Engineering Management and Technical Management Programs
A skier and sports enthusiast, Doug Smith has enjoyed winter activities in Alaska, Colorado, Montana, and Utah, where he lives. Though he has never personally experienced an avalanche, Smith is aware that nearly 500 people have perished in the United States because of such natural disasters over the last two decades.
The statistics are sobering: Each year, about 85 American workers die in forklift-related accidents, and more than 96,000 are injured—at least 35,000 of them seriously. Many of these injuries result from pedestrians struck by forklift trucks operating in manufacturing facilities, where they often share the same space on the factory floor.
With the support of workforce accelerator Trilogy Education, Johns Hopkins Engineering is launching a coding boot camp geared to adult learners and working professionals. Students in the 24-week, part-time Coding Boot Camp at Johns Hopkins Engineering will learn the front-end and back-end skills necessary to become proficient full stack developers. Enrollment for the course, which begins on Tuesday, Sept.
Like most Americans, Peter Richards is fascinated by autonomous vehicles. He views the advent of these driverless cars, trucks, and buses as a
paradigm shift that promises to bring enormous benefits to individuals and to society.
Johns Hopkins Engineering Advances: Professional engineering program news.
Engineering for Professionals is offering faculty members access to a new program aimed at enhancing instructors' impact in the classroom—whether face-to-face, online, or blended. Faculty Forward couples innovative pedagogical strategies with the power of technology to give participants the tools they need to keep students engaged and to enable them to reach their career and educational goals.
A year ago, the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering welcomed its first cohort of students accepted to an innovative new Doctor of Engineering (DEng) designed to meet the needs of midcareer engineering professionals.
Like a traditional PhD, the DEng program is grounded in a candidate's advanced research under the close mentorship of a member of the Whiting School's engineering faculty.
As a Coast Guard aviator, Howard Baker has experienced firsthand the complexity of reporting his in-air position to command centers on the ground, especially during crises or natural disasters involving multiple aircraft carrying out multiple operations. The current system relies mainly on periodic radio calls between aviators in the air and command centers.