Category: Alumni Featured

Moth Fancy

February 28, 2011 |  by Brennen Jensen

John Cody, Med ’49 (Cert)—illustrator, author, and retired psychiatrist—has spent a lifetime painting beautiful and ornate saturniid moths.

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At Home in the City: Forging a New Partnership with Baltimore

February 28, 2011 |  by Mike Field

The Volunteer Summit takes a fresh look at old challenges. First up: finding innovative ways to engage with the local community.

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Settled in Happy Town

December 8, 2010 |  by Christina Ianzito

Brian Linden, SAIS Nanj ‘88 (Cert), offers travelers “a non-urban-based intellectual retreat” in China’s Yunnan Province.

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The Mentors Among Us

December 8, 2010 |  by Nora Koch

Johns Hopkins University is creating and supporting mentorship opportunities.

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A Day in the Life of Ray Snow, A&S ’70

December 3, 2010 |  by Johns Hopkins Staff

Meet the new president of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association.

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This Old Lockhouse

September 3, 2010 |  by Cassandra Willyard

Robert Mertz was part of a team that has renovated and refurbished Lockhouse 22 near Potomac, Maryland to represent a locktender’s life in the 1830s and is the most basic—no heat, no running water, no electricity.

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How Green Is Your Salad?

September 3, 2010 |  by Virginia Hughes

Husband and wife team use local, organic ingredients to construct Mixt Greens design-your-own salad menu. David and Leslie Silverglide, now have seven locations including San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington D.C.

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Fighting Malaria on the Frontline

September 3, 2010 |  by Nora Koch

Phil Thuma, HS ’83, a second-generation physician missionary, partnered with the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, headquartered within the Bloomberg School of Public Health, to establish the Malaria Institute at Macha.

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From the Boardroom to the Coffeehouse

June 2, 2010 |  by Bill U'Ren

Paula Boggs, A&S ’81, released her first CD this summer, an unusual track for the top Starbucks executive and distinguished lawyer. She enjoys playing open mic nights because “It’s a highly vulnerable format, with instant feedback.”

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Forever Blue Jays

June 2, 2010 |  by Johns Hopkins Staff

Over Alumni Weekend 2010, Homewood was practically bursting with programs, events, student volunteers, and—of course—alumni.

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