Nine Carey students, whose original summer internship plans were disrupted by COVID-19, found new opportunities through the Build for What’s Next Internship
A new collaboration with Johns Hopkins Health System, gave five Carey students an internship opportunity finding solutions for healthcare service delivery across Johns Hopkins.
Overcoming challenges posed by COVID-19, the virtual 2020 Annual GMAC Conference was a success. Dean Alex Triantis offered opening remarks and Carey staff presented at several sessions.
Carey’s Black Alumni Network hosted the first annual Juneteenth celebration.
Jeffrey Morelli finds his young start-up playing a key role in COVID-19 tracing efforts. He credits his Carey studies with helping to get his company quickly up and running – and making a difference.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Assistant Professor Christopher Myers explains how we can continue to learn from the experiences of other people during the social restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students in faculty member Supriya Munshaw’s class “Pharmaceutical Strategy" authored a study on how best to price the COVID-19 drug remdesivir, which is currently undergoing clinical trials as a potential treatment for COVID-19. To do so, students...
Carey Business School and Goucher College collaborate to offer dual undergraduate and graduate degree program
A new 4+1 program degree program allows students to earn a bachelor's degree from Goucher and a Master of Science degree from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Carey Business School students are providing strategic planning for Baltimore small businesses to weather the economic impact of COVID-19.
Carey students secured third place in Harvard’s Global Case Competition.
Andrew Lyle, a Flexible MBA student, won first place in both rounds of Carey’s Student Startup Challenge for his telemedicine comparison platform, Sifter.