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From childhood dreams of outer space to a career in cyberspace: Aubin Lohier

March 31, 2021

Virtual learning has provided some students with opportunities to explore hobbies related to their passion. One of them is Aubin Lohier, a computer science major, who built his own PC and keyboard during the pandemic. Lohier is vice chair of JHU Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)and head of social media and public relations for HopHacks. […]

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Hopkins Engineer Sara Weill says summer engineering programs in high school led her to STEM field

March 29, 2021

Sara Weill, a computer science and computer engineering double major, was inspired to pursue STEM after participating in various summer engineering exploration programs in high school. When she came to Hopkins, Weill, who is also a combined bachelor’s/master’s program student, narrowed her interests down to computer science and cybersecurity. “With computer science, it just feels […]

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Computer Science launches Diversity and Inclusion Committee

February 11, 2021

In fall 2020, The Department of Computer Science launched its first Diversity and Inclusion Committee. The committee embodies two principles. It is representative; members were  drawn from all constituencies, including undergraduate students, graduate students, staff, and faculty. It also has independent authority to execute its policy and oversight mission. To learn about the committee and its […]

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Richard Xu’s research examines the joint influence of the genome, epigenome, and the environment on human health

February 10, 2021

Maternal smoking has consistently been linked to low baby birthweight. Using a Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA), Richard Xu, a computer science and molecular and cellular biology double major, is trying to find out how the fetus’s genome and epigenome interact to affect birthweight when pregnant women smoke. “Given that the genome and epigenome are […]

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