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A New Model for Undergraduate Education

A New Model for Undergraduate Education

A bold set of recommendations to redefine Johns Hopkins University’s academic program for students seeking bachelor’s degrees was released in February 2020 by the┬áSecond Commission on Undergraduate Education, or CUE2. Students, faculty, and staff were invited to share their reactions online or in person during a series of town hall meetings. Learn more at the […]

Dean Celenza introduces First-Year Seminars

Dean Celenza introduces First-Year Seminars

Dean of the Zanvil Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, Dr. Christopher Celenza (History & Classics), discusses the role of First-Year Seminars in “a pivotal moment for reimagining undergraduate education”. Read Dean Celenza’s letter in The Hub.

A cosmologist and a poet contemplate our place in the universe

A cosmologist and a poet contemplate our place in the universe

Decorated Johns Hopkins faculty members Adam Riess (Physics & Astronomy) and Andrew Motion (Writing Seminars) engage in wide-ranging discussion ahead of the upcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope as part of a First-Year Seminar event. Learn more about the event at The Hub.