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 Second 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 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
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.