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Department News Archive
Why JHU Students Love Earth and Planetary Sciences
EPS students tell Arts and Sciences Magazine what they love about their majors.
Administrative Manager Alicia Boampong celebrates 20 years with Johns Hopkins University
Alicia was recently recognized at the Krieger School Faculty and Staff End of Year Celebration on May 2, 2023. Congratulations, Alicia!
Graduate student Junellie González Quiles selected as a winner of the “Empower Your Pitch!” competition hosted by PHutures
Junellie received the Office of Research Award for Overall Excellence in Research Communication. Her presentation was outstanding, demonstrating excellent communication skills and effectively sharing the value of her research with the audience in just three minutes. Empower Your Pitch! is a doctoral research communication competition open to all doctoral students at JHU.
Congratulations to EPS Lab Manager Kelsey Coates on being awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines. The program has a long history of selecting recipients who achieve high levels of success in their future academic and professional careers. Great work Kelsey!
Ben K.D. Pearce named as a 51 Pegasi b Fellow
The Heising-Simons Foundation has announced Ben K. D. Pearce as a 51 Pegasi b Fellow, hosted at Johns Hopkins University. The 51 Pegasi b Fellowship is named for the first exoplanet discovered orbiting a Sun-like star. This fellowship provides exceptional postdoctoral scientists with the opportunity to conduct theoretical, observational, and experimental research in planetary astronomy. […]
Astrobites post by graduate student Junellie González Quiles
Check out Junellie’s published Astrobites post on important questions to ask when making graduate school decisions. Great work Junellie!
Sabine Stanley named vice provost
Professor Stanley has been selected for the role of vice provost of graduate and professional education at Johns Hopkins University.
Graduate Student Awards
The Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences is pleased to announce the competition for Graduate Student Awards. The awards are supported by the Bascom Fund and the Department. They provide financial support to graduate students who are performing research in any department field of interest. Two prizes will be awarded on an annual basis to […]
The Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences is pleased to announce the competition for the Early-Career Award. The award is supported by the Department. It provides financial support to early-career research scientists who are performing research in any department field of interest. One prize will be awarded on an annual basis to postdoctoral researchers or […]