Johns Hopkins' online graduate information technology program has been ranked the 5th best such program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for the second consecutive year, and its online graduate engineering programs leapfrogged from last year's 19th spot to its current 14th.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals has received a DELTA grant to build Faculty Forward, an intensive faculty development program to train fellows in the latest and most effective online and digital learning tools and techniques. The grant was awarded by JHU's Office of the Provost.
An Engineering for Professionals course exploring social justice and environmental engineering has won a Blackboard Exemplary Course Program Award, which recognizes technology-rich, engaging, and pedagogically sound courses.
The online programs at the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering are ranked highly according to the latest report from U.S. News & World Report released January 9, 2018.
Patrick Binning has been named chair of the Space Systems Engineering program at Johns Hopkins University.
During the 2017 spring faculty meeting held at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins Engineering honored ten outstanding online and part-time instructors for their dedication in the classroom this past year.
In the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report, released January 10, 2017, the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering maintained its spot in the top twenty-five schools in the country in the categories of Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs and Best Online Graduate Computer...
At one time, there were about 10,000 covered wooden truss bridges throughout the United States. Rachel Sangree, chair of the part-time Civil Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering, believes they still hold valuable lessons for students.
Great instructor. Very approachable, very knowledgeable.
This is just one of many positive comments made by students about Erin Hein, an instructor in our Systems Engineering program.
During a faculty meeting held at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory on March 16, we honored twelve Johns Hopkins Engineering instructors for their dedication and innovation in the classroom.
Balancing teaching with their own careers, our instructors work tirelessly to provide an educational experience that is both challenging and highly relevant for today's students.