This year the Whiting School of Engineering begins our celebration of 100 years of engineering at Johns Hopkins. In 1912, the Maryland State Legislature appropriated $600,000 to the university to establish a school or department of applied science and advanced technology. By 1913, the first engineering class matriculated, and the newly built Maryland Hall welcomed its first classes the next year. In 1915, the first Johns Hopkins engineers graduated from the university.
Join us in celebrating 100 years of Johns Hopkins Engineering and have your name included on the Centennial Wall.
We will celebrate this milestone with events and activities throughout 2012 and 2013. Join us as we celebrate our legacy of innovation and leadership, and help us plan for our future!
Share your most memorable Hopkins moments and be entered for a chance to win a 100 Years of Johns Hopkins Engineering t-shirt! Tell us about your best memories, favorite professors, and personal triumphs, post your photos and videos, and help us tell the full story of Hopkins Engineering.
Show your Hopkins Engineering pride and help spread the work by displaying a 100 Years of Johns Hopkins Engineering peel-and-stick decal on your car, on a notebook or anywhere else you would like.
To get your sticker, send an email with your name and mailing address to Suzanne Kantt.