Johns Hopkins University

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    Johns Hopkins University is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, graduate, part-time, summer, and distance education programs. It provides programs in various areas including arts and music, humanities, social and natural sciences, engineering, international studies, education, business, and the health professions.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1876
    HQBaltimore, US
    Websitejhu.edu
    Employee Ratings4.2

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)12,182
    Job Openings537
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at Johns Hopkins University

    Kerry A. Ates

    Kerry A. Ates

    Vice President and Chief of Staff
    Heidi E. Conway

    Heidi E. Conway

    Vice President of Human Resources
    Dwight Raum

    Dwight Raum

    Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
    Cybele Bjorklund

    Cybele Bjorklund

    Vice President for Federal Strategy
    Daniel G. Ennis

    Daniel G. Ennis

    Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration
    Helene T. Grady

    Helene T. Grady

    Vice President for Planning and Budget
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    Johns Hopkins University Office Locations

    Johns Hopkins University has an office in Baltimore
    Baltimore, US (HQ)
    3400 N Charles St
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    Johns Hopkins University Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1876

    Johns Hopkins University Cybersecurity Score

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    70/100

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    Johns Hopkins University Online and Social Media Presence

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    Johns Hopkins University News and Updates

    Johns Hopkins University APL is one of Fast Company’s Best Workplaces for Innovators

    It’s the second straight year JHAPL has made the exclusive list. The state-of-the-art research facility is the kind of place where a random conversation between barely acquainted colleagues led them to enter an internal multidisciplinary innovation competition dubbed MOSH PIT (Meet Other Staff Hopin…

    Students and recent grads of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine share what it takes to get into one of the top 3 best medical programs in the US

    US News and World Report puts The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine at the top of its research, surgery, internal medicine, and other rankings for best medical programs. Students who've gone through the application process recently said that it's important to demonstrate leadership and t…

    Over half a million people have died from the coronavirus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University

    The number of coronavirus deaths topped 500,000 on Sunday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.  Over 10 million coronavirus cases have been recorded globally, according to the data. The US has recorded the most coronavirus deaths of any country, with over 125,000 fatalities.  Visit B…

    Confirmed coronavirus cases in the US pass 500,000, according to Johns Hopkins University

    New York state is the epicenter of the outbreak in the country and has reported more cases than Italy, Spain, France and Germany.

    ADVISORY: Johns Hopkins University Upgrades COVID-19 Tracking Map With Local U.S. Data

    March 23, 2020 CONTACT: Douglas Donovan Office: 443-997-9907 Cell: 443-462-2947 dougdonovan@jhu.edu @dougdonovan.read more

    US coronavirus cases surpass 1,000, Johns Hopkins University data shows

    There were just over 100 confirmed cases in the U.S. one week ago, on March 4, according to the World Health Organization.
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    Johns Hopkins University Blogs

    Serving the greater good

    Paula Thornhill, associate director of the Strategic Studies program at Johns Hopkins SAIS and a former officer in the U.S. Air Force, sees troubling signs of politicization of the military

    New website predicts likelihood of cyberattacks between nations

    Heat index scores likelihood of international cyberattacks based on five key indicators

    Group to develop guidance for evaluating requests to rename buildings, programs

    The work of the Committee to Establish Principles on Naming will shape future decisions about how and whether to alter the names of existing facilities, professorships, scholarships, fellowships, and programs

    New method can pinpoint cracks in metal long before they cause catastrophes

    Testing metals at the microscopic level could prevent the kinds of material cracks that plague industries such as air travel and construction

    Study highlights shortcomings in telemedicine despite large increases in remote consults during COVID-19 pandemic

    Number of blood pressure checks cut in half, cholesterol checks dropped by more than a third

    Tracing the path of COVID-19

    Johns Hopkins students volunteer as contact tracers—an experience at once eye-opening, frustrating, monotonous, and rewarding
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    Johns Hopkins University Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Johns Hopkins University founded?

      Johns Hopkins University was founded in 1876.

    • Who are Johns Hopkins University key executives?

      Johns Hopkins University's key executives are Kerry A. Ates, Heidi E. Conway and Dwight Raum.

    • How many employees does Johns Hopkins University have?

      Johns Hopkins University has 12,182 employees.

    • Who are Johns Hopkins University competitors?

      Competitors of Johns Hopkins University include Princeton University, Stanford University and University of Miami.

    • Where is Johns Hopkins University headquarters?

      Johns Hopkins University headquarters is located at 3400 N Charles St, Baltimore.

    • Where are Johns Hopkins University offices?

      Johns Hopkins University has an office in Baltimore.

    • How many offices does Johns Hopkins University have?

      Johns Hopkins University has 1 office.