Academic Advisors

Your success as a graduate student is important to us. Each program assigns a dedicated academic advisor to support you through graduation. Advisors can help with:

  • Questions about which courses you should take and when, including electives, required and prerequisite courses
  • Review and approve your Degree Audit
  • Advice about your career path and getting where you want to be
  • Consultation about how and where to network with colleagues in your field
  • Provide letters of recommendations/reference, if needed
  • Program and the curriculum guidance

You can find your advisor’s information on your welcome letter or in your SIS account by selecting Program of Study under the Registration tab. Please also note that official decisions can only come from the admissions committee.

The following programs provide additional advising resources for their students:

Program Coordinators

Current students also have access to dedicated program coordinators who can help with:

  • Questions about the registration process
  • Questions concerning university policies or academic regulations
  • Administrative needs
  • Problems using your JHED ID

The following are our program coordinators and the programs they support.

Amanda Harwell (410-516-2265, [email protected]): Applied and Computational Mathematics; Data Science; Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Rafael Hernandez (410-516-2276, [email protected]): Computer Science

Ian Nolan (410-516-2262, [email protected]): Applied Biomedical Engineering; Healthcare Systems Engineering; Information Systems Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Systems Engineering

Meghan Stewart (410-516-9907, [email protected]): Artificial Intelligence; Climate Change, Energy, and Environmental Sustainability; Cybersecurity; Engineering Management; Environmental Engineering; Environmental Engineering and Science; Environmental Planning and Management; Financial Mathematics; Technical Management

Anne Zylinski (410-516-7904, [email protected]): Applied Physics; Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering; Civil Engineering; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Materials Science and Engineering; Space Systems Engineering

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