Sharing his love of science
Maryland Association of Higher Ed honors JHU physicist
According to Bruce Barnett, the future of our
democracy depends upon our citizenry's ability to
"Our form of government rests on the electorate being
intelligent and well-informed," says Barnett, a professor
in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences' Henry A.
Rowland Department of Physics and Astronomy.
HopkinsOne goes live for 11,000
On Jan. 2, Kyalowa Monga, a biomedical repair
technician, and his colleagues in Bayview Medical Center's
Clinical Engineering Department wanted to order replacement
light bulbs for a portable X-ray machine, but Monga kept
running into roadblocks. He was trying to navigate the
shopping cart feature in the new SAP software being used by
HopkinsOne, the largest technological business systems
project in Johns Hopkins' history.
United Way campaign wraps at $2.5
The totals are in: Employees and students from the
university, Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Applied Physics
Laboratory pledged more than $2.5 million to the 2006
United Way of Central Maryland campaign. The amount, just
short of the campaign's overall goal, is the third largest
in university history.