PLEASE NOTE: The Alumni Association website will be down from 6 PM ET on Thursday, May 30, until 8 AM ET Monday, June 3.
Connect with Johns Hopkins alumni online with these resources.
Alumni Directory & Networking
Now there's an even smarter way to network. There are over 178,000 alumni out there and connect.jhu.edu is bringing everyone together. With Connect, it's easier to advance your career, set up social events and help Johns Hopkins students and fellow alumni. Start networking today at connect.jhu.edu.
Please note that Connect has replaced JHU inCircle.
Social sharing is everywhere, within and beyond Hopkins. Connect with fellow JHU alumni through various social media channels.
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At the Hub, you might read about cutting-edge cancer research or deep-trench diving vehicles or bionic arms. About the psychology of hoarders or the delicate work of restoring ancient manuscripts or the mad motor-skills brilliance of a guy who can solve a Rubik's Cube in under eight seconds.
Johns Hopkins Magazine
Published four times a year, Johns Hopkins Magazine was conceived in 1950 to give readers intellectual nourishment, and over the years has featured thought-provoking and sometimes controversial articles on topics ranging from particle physics to student unrest. View the most recent issue online or submit a class note today.
Stay connected with Johns Hopkins University wherever you are. Find out how to get around campus, take a self-guided tour, stay up to date with the latest news, keep tabs on Blue Jay sports and more. It's Johns Hopkins University in the palm of your hand!
Homewood Way-finding App
The Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus for iPhone application puts access to the university’s Homewood campus in the palm of your hand.
The official Peabody App is a wonderful tool with listings of student, faculty and alumni performances in Baltimore and around the world, video clips of performances and classes, news and much more. It is searchable by department or instrument to streamline the information you see. You can even test your Peabody IQ by taking the quiz. iPhone users can download the free application at the Apple App store and all others can bookmark the following web address: app.peabody.jhu.edu.