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Vice Deans for Faculty

The Office of Faculty Affairs partners with divisional Vice Deans for Faculty (or comparable roles) to advance and promote the important work of Johns Hopkins faculty by enhancing faculty development initiatives, supporting inclusive excellence, and cultivating an engaged and collaborative faculty community. Within their divisions, VDFs may oversee faculty recruitment and retention, develop and sustain […]

March Spotlights

Enjoy this month’s LAD Academy spotlights! We have highlighted activities that have different time commitments. Learn more about professional development and Womens History whether you have 5 minutes or 5 days. RETURN TO TOP RETURN TO TOP The President’s Ten for One strategic framework sets out ten new goals for Johns Hopkins University through 2030 […]

Speller Awarded 2023 Joseph A. Johnson Award Honorable Mention Featured Image

Speller Awarded 2023 Joseph A. Johnson Award Honorable Mention

Danielle Speller, Assistant Professor in the William H. Miller III Department of Physics & Astronomy, has been selected as a 2023 Joseph A. Johnson Award Honorable Mention.   Please join us in congratulating Danielle on this outstanding recognition of her work.

Egginton’s “The Rigor of Angels” Among NYT 100 Notable Books of 2023 Featured Image

Egginton’s “The Rigor of Angels” Among NYT 100 Notable Books of 2023

William Egginton, Decker Professor in the Humanities and director, The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute, had his new book, The Rigor of Angels: Borges, Heisenberg, Kant, and the Ultimate Nature of Reality, named one of The New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2023. Please join us in congratulating William on this outstanding recognition of his […]

Krupenye Receives APA Distinguished Scientific Award Featured Image

Krupenye Receives APA Distinguished Scientific Award

Christopher Krupenye, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, received an American Psychological Association Distinguished Scientific Award. The Early Career Contribution to Psychology award was for his work in animal learning and behavior.  Please join us in congratulating Christopher on his achievement.

MacLochlainn Awarded SLA New Voices Book Prize Featured Image

MacLochlainn Awarded SLA New Voices Book Prize

Assistant Professor Scott MacLochlainn, Department of Anthropology, received the 2023 Society for Linguistic Anthropology New Voices Book Prize for his first book, The Copy Generic. Please join us in congratulating Scott on this recognition of his work.

Spinner Awarded NEH Fellowship Featured Image

Spinner Awarded NEH Fellowship

Samuel Spinner, Assistant Professor, Zelda and Myer Tandetnik Chair in Yiddish Language, Literature, and Culture, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, received an NEH fellowship for his book project Monuments of Books: Yiddish Holocaust Literature from Latin America to Eastern Europe.  Please join us in congratulating Samuel on this recognition of his work.

Watanabe Receives Randall J. Reed Scholars Award Featured Image

Watanabe Receives Randall J. Reed Scholars Award

Dr. Watanabe’s lab focuses on synaptic transmission and plasticity. His team pioneered an approach to capturing membrane dynamics by using a flash and freeze method that creates a kind of “flip book” at millisecond intervals. He has also discovered a new, ultrafast endocytic pathway. Watanabe was named a Sloan Research Fellow in 2018, a McKnight […]

Inoue Receives 2024 Carolyn Cohen Innovation Award Featured Image

Inoue Receives 2024 Carolyn Cohen Innovation Award

The Biophysical Society is pleased to announce that Takanari Inoue, PhD, of Johns Hopkins University, will receive the 2024 Carolyn Cohen Innovation Award. Inoue will be honored at the Society’s 68th Annual Meeting, being held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from February 10-14, 2024. Please join us in congratulating Takanari on his achievement.