Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals, the division of the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering that administers part-time graduate programs, has announced the launch of a new master’s degree in engineering management.
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Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals, which administers part-time graduate studies for the university’s Whiting School of Engineering, has launched a new master’s degree program in space systems engineering.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Instructor Elected Vice President of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers
Christian Davies-Venn, an instructor in the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals program, has been elected vice president of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers. His term as AAEE vice president began on Jan.1. He is slated to serve as the academy’s president-elect in 2013 and as its president in 2014.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Announces New Concentration in Human Systems Engineering
The Johns Hopkins University’s Engineering for Professionals program, part of the Whiting School of Engineering, is offering a new concentration in the field of human systems engineering. The concentration, a new option in the part-time master’s degree program in systems engineering, will be available beginning in fall 2011.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Provides Maryland STEM Teachers with Free Graduate Education
The Johns Hopkins University’s Engineering for Professionals (EP), part of the Whiting School of Engineering, will provide free tuition beginning with the summer term to Maryland public and private high school teachers who want to further their professional development in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.
Dexter G. Smith has been appointed as The Johns Hopkins University’s associate dean for Engineering for Professionals. The program, which offers part-time education for working engineers and scientists, is part of the university’s Whiting School of Engineering.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Appoints New Instructional Technology and Distance Education Manager
Mary Kelty has joined Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) as the new instructional technology and distance education manager. Kelty has more than 12 years of higher education experience in program development and administration, including more than a decade of practical experience supporting and developing online and Web-enhanced instruction for graduate-level applied science programs.