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CS Student Disa Mhembere receives UPE award

October 7, 2014

Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), the International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines, has recognized CS PhD student DIsa Mhembere as one of it’s 2014 scholarship recipients. Disa has received the 2014 Special Recognition award. He was selected for this award on the basis of his academic record, extra-curricular activities and recommendation of the […]

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Five Johns Hopkins Doctoral Students Named 2015 Siebel Scholars

October 3, 2014

Five Johns Hopkins graduate students, recently named to the 2015 class of Siebel Scholars, are each pursuing important research projects in varied bioengineering topics involving promising health-related applications. In recognition of their research skills, academic achievements, and leadership qualities, the merit-based Siebel program provides $35,000 to each of the five PhD candidates for use in […]

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“Be aware of what you’re putting on your phone,” Matthew Green tells NPR

September 4, 2014

What fills up your iPhone’s photo album? Selfies? Snaps of gourmet meals gone by? Anything you’d rather not mention or moments not meant for the world to see? Then you better know about two factor authentication. That’s the advice JHU information security expert Matthew Green shared during an interview this week on NPR’s All Things […]

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Opening of Malone Hall Ushers in a New Era

September 2, 2014

The scientific activity inside Malone Hall, the latest physical addition to the Homewood campus, promises to be staggering in both scale and scope. Within the building’s gleaming walls, Johns Hopkins faculty and students will endeavor to: enhance understanding of how human genes cause disease, protect the Earth from an asteroid collision, safeguard and systematize sensitive […]

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