In the Winter 2009 issue
The Accidental Academic
By Dale Keiger
Ronald J. Daniels has a vision of Johns Hopkins: interdisciplinary, fully engaged with its many communities, open to anyone of merit.
The Long View
By Rich Shea
Bernard Guyer believes that to improve the health of American children, the health care system needs to start early — before those children have been conceived.
Interview by Michael Anft
Six Hopkins scholars speculate on the promise and the shocks of the future.
Dateline: Liberated Paris
By Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson
Baltimore Sun war correspondents were the first American reporters to file stories from Paris after Allied troops liberated it in 1944. An excerpt from Joseph R.L. Sterne’s new book Combat Correspondents: The Baltimore Sun in World War II.
- The Big Question: How does curiosity drive research?
- The Big Picture: The president, by a stride
- Editor’s Note: Boom!
- Letters: Food, Bacteria, Greed
- Essay: Food Fright
- Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns Hopkins
- Toying with Legos to solve a nanoengineering problem
- Minor named as provost
- Questioning the “net black advantage”
- The paperless professor’s crusade to save trees and time
- Bottom Line: 1,350
- Vignette: Zelda Fitzgerald’s drawings
- A virtual environment teaches real science
- Software hunts for malignant mutations
- Quote, unquote
- Now we know
- A book 50 years in the making
- Alumni News & Notes
- How To: Create a championship cross country team