125th Anniversary of The Johns Hopkins University
 
 
125th Anniversary of The Johns Hopkins University
The Gazette's JHU History Series and Other Anniversary-Related Coverage

Media Advisory: Time capsule to commemorate
university's 125th anniversary

[10.01.01]

Hopkins in the New Millennium
By Greg Rienzi, The Gazette [02.19.01]

Hopkins History: Mary Elizabeth Garrett,
Founding Benefactor of the School of Medicine

By Nancy McCall, Archivist of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions [02.12.01]

Hopkins History: Rachel Carson, Marine Biologist
and Writer

By James Stimpert, University Archives [02.05.01]

125th Anniversary: This Month's Events
[02.05.01]

Hopkins History: John Broadus Watson: The Father of Behavioral Psychology
By James Stimpert, University Archives [01.22.01]

125th Anniversary--A Walk Through Hopkins History
By Greg Rienzi, The Gazette [01.16.01]

Hopkins History: In 1887, Kelly Miller, Son of a Slave, Became a JHU First
By James Stimpert, University Archives [01.16.01]

125th Anniversary: This Month's Events
[01.08.01]

Hopkins History: M. Adelaide Nutting
shaped today's School of Nursing

by Kate Pipkin, School of Nursing
[01.08.01]

125th Anniversary: This Month's Events
[11.06.00]

125 Ways of Caring T-shirts
[11.06.00]

Hopkins History: Pioneer of Graduate Seminars
in United States

Herbert Baxter Adams Shaped the Study of History
By James Stimpert, University Archives [10.23.00]

From Kansas Farm Boy to 'Dr. Vitamin'
School of Public Health's E.V. McCollum taught the
world about nutrition
By Rod Graham, SHPH [10.02.00]

Hopkins History: First Greek Prof, Basil Gildersleeve
By James Stimpert, University Archives [09.18.00]

Ira Remsen: The Chemistry Was Right
He arrived as department head and then succeeded
Gilman as JHU's president
By James Stimpert, University Archives [09.11.00]

Volunteer Effort Set for 125th
By Leslie Rice, News & Information [09.05.00]

Sign of the Times
Logo Celebrates 125th
By Greg Rienzi, The Gazette [07.31.00]

A Faculty for Physics
The first man tapped to teach at Hopkins was Henry Augustus Rowland
By James Stimpert, University Archives [07.17.00]

Math's No. 1 Faculty Member
James Joseph Sylvester arrived in 1876 to build an
infant university
By James Stimpert, University Archives [03.20.00]

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