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    • Interview with Forrest Tobey, March 21, 2000 

      Tobey, Forrest (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-09-10)
      Forrest Tobey is a composer, conductor, and a double-degree graduate of the Peabody Institute. He is best known as a computer music artist, and created the Virtual Orchestra software. His compositions were played in Times ...
    • Interview with Franklin Knight, July 21, 1999 

      Knight, Franklin (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-31)
      Franklin Knight, born in Jamaica in 1942, is a professor of Atlantic History in the Department of History at Johns Hopkins, having started teaching in 1973. He was the first African-American professor to be tenured at the ...
    • Interview with Fred Holborn, December 10, 1999 

      Holborn, Frederick (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-24)
      Frederick Holborn was born in Heidelberg, Germany in 1928 and raised for the majority of his life in New Haven, Connecticut where his father was a professor at Yale University. He received both his bachelors (1949) and ...
    • Interview with Gordon Wolman, June 22, 1999 

      Wolman, Gordon (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-07-22)
      Markley Gordon “Reds” Wolman was geomorphologist whose passion for his discipline, dedication to his work, and his uniquely creative ways of looking at problems, resulted in a wide-ranging career. Among the many hats he ...
    • Interview with Grace Brush, July 6, 1999 

      Brush, Grace (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-10-30)
      Grace Brush is a professor in the Johns Hopkins Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering. She has studied the impact of human disturbance on the Chesapeake Bay extensively and has been awarded the Mathias Medal ...
    • Interview with Greg Ball, June 16, 2014 

      Ball, Greg (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-10-26)
      Gregory Ball was a professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Johns Hopkins University and also served as Vice Dean for Science and Research Infrastructure in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. ...
    • Interview with H. Alan Shapiro and Sanchita Balachandran, May 5, 2014 

      Balachandran, Sanchita; Shapiro, H. Alan (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-10-26)
      H. Alan Shapiro is a classical archaeologist serving as a professor in Johns Hopkins University's Department of Classics. Prior to his professorship at Hopkins, Shapiro taught at Columbia, Tulane, Stevens Tech and Canterbury ...
    • Interview with Helen Blumberg, October 13, 1999 

      Blumberg, Helen (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-05)
      Helen Blumberg, a Baltimore native, entered Hopkins as a sophomore in 1970 as part of Johns Hopkins' first class of female undergraduates in the School of Arts and Sciences. She graduated in 1973. In this oral history, she ...
    • Interview with Helen Holton, November 23, 1999 

      Holton, Helen (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-24)
      Helen Holton, a Baltimore native and longtime Baltimore City Council member, attended Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, and the University of Baltimore. She joined the Baltimore City Council in 1995, ...
    • Interview with Howard Dintzis and Renee Dintzis, November 17, 2014 

      Dintzis, Renee; Dintzis, Howard (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2016-09-09)
      Howard Dintzis and Renee Dintzis were both longtime faculty members in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry. The husband and wife scientists first met in graduate school ...
    • Interview with James McPartland, October 29, 2015 

      McPartland, James (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-10-29)
      Dr. James McPartland earned his B.A. and M.A. from Cornell before coming to Johns Hopkins, where he worked with Hopkins sociologist James Coleman and wrote his dissertation on the resegregation of schools. For years he ...
    • Interview with Jerome Schnydman, June 17, 1999 

      Schnydman, Jerome (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-09-10)
      Jerome Schnydman came to Hopkins as a undergraduate in 1963. A member of the lacrosse team, he served as co-captain of the 1967 national team and was chosen as a first team All-American in 1966 and 1967, earning him a ...
    • Interview with Jerry Schubel, May 23, 2014 

      Schubel, Jerry (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-10-26)
      Jerry Schubel received his Ph.D. in Oceanography from Johns Hopkins University and an honorary doctorate from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. He went on to serve as associate director of the Johns Hopkins Chesapeake ...
    • Interview with John Barth, October 29, 1999 

      Barth, John (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-10-30)
      John Barth, American author, was born in Cambridge, Maryland, May 27, 1930. Barth studied at the Johns Hopkins University and received his B.A. in 1951, his M.A. in 1952. Barth was an associate professor of English, Penn ...
    • Interview with John Gryder, August 30, 1999 

      Gryder, John (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-17)
      John Gryder, a longtime chemistry professor at Hopkins, was a noted civil rights activist in Baltimore. He attended the California Institute of Technology for his undergraduate and some graduate work and received his Ph.D ...
    • Interview with John Hardwicke, December 6, 1999 

      Hardwicke, John (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-18)
      John Webster Hardwicke was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1927. He received his B.A. from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and studied law at the George Washington University Law School. After school, ...
    • Interview with Joyce Epstein, October 22, 2015 

      Epstein, Joyce (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-10-22)
      Dr. Joyce Epstein, who earned her Ph.D. in Sociology from Johns Hopkins (1974), is a research professor of education and sociology at the JHU School of Education and director of both the Center on School, Family, and ...
    • Interview with Karl Alexander, November 18, 2015 

      Alexander, Karl (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-11-18)
      Dr. Karl Alexander is the John Dewey Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Founder and Director of the Thurgood Marshall Alliance. Before joining Johns Hopkins in 1971, he earned his B.A. from Temple University (1968) and ...
    • Interview with Kelly Gebo, August 31, 1999 

      Gebo, Kelly (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-11)
      Kelly Gebo earned her B.S. (1992), M.D. (1995) and MPH from Johns Hopkins, completed her medical residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and is currently the first vice provost for education at Johns Hopkins. She is also ...
    • Interview with Kishin Moorjani, April 4, 2000 

      Moorjani, Kishin (Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives, Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University, 2015-09-03)
      Kishin Moorjani was born in India. After working in France for a brief period of time, he became a theoretical physicist at Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory and worked there for more than thirty years. ...