Because what happens here matters.

Johns Hopkins students, faculty, and staff are newsmakers. The Office of Communications tells their stories and documents their discoveries in print and online, via social media, through videos, and in the national press.

We offer advice regarding university communications, media relations, and crisis management, and we are stewards of the university's brand.

News Network

The Johns Hopkins News Network—the Hub, The Gazette, and Johns Hopkins Magazine—tells the many stories of Johns Hopkins University, in print and online, at work or on the go.

Watch original videos, view Hopkins through the Instagram lens on Hub/Pix, and read in-depth journalism, all on one website that reads just as well on your phone as it does on your desktop.

Media Relations

Reporters and producers will find a variety of sources for print and broadcast news here at Johns Hopkins. Our intrepid media relations team writes news stories and produces videos to call your attention to the great work of our faculty and students.

We’ll also fill you in on what the university is doing in the community and around the world, with experts at-hand to comment on breaking news.

Resources

Branding:

Our new logos reflect Johns Hopkins’ shared vision and values and project our schools and divisions as part of one university that leverages all of its strengths. Usage guidelines and logos are available at identity.jhu.edu.

Editorial guidelines:

The style guide spells out many common Johns Hopkins terms, titles, and phrases to bring consistency to our publications. Download the pdf.