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Johns Hopkins Magazine
Johns Hopkins Magazine is a quarterly publication that provides 125,000 alumni, faculty and friends with a way to stay engaged in the life of the university. We know from readership surveys that our readers like to be intellectually challenged—to be drawn into a lively debate of ideas and contemporary issues—and they look to the magazine as a source of continuing education.
We‘ve built a reputation for in-depth, substantive and balanced reporting on groundbreaking research, fascinating people and issues important to the Johns Hopkins community and beyond. Since its founding in 1950, Johns Hopkins Magazine has consistently been recognized by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), winning individual andstaff editorial honors, and has been the recipient of the Robert Sibley Award (the highest commendation in university magazines) more often than any other magazine in the country.
Catherine Pierre is editor of Johns Hopkins Magazine. Before coming to Johns Hopkins in 2003, she was the manager of public relations at the Walters Art Museum, an internationally renowned institution located in Baltimore; prior to that, she spent five years as an editor at Baltimore magazine, covering arts and culture, health, and other topics of general interest. She earned a bachelor‘s degree in English literature from the University of Maryland and a master‘s in English literature from Indiana University.
Dale Keiger is associate editor of Johns Hopkins Magazine. He joined the magazine‘s staff in 1992 and covers arts, engineering, public health, business, and athletics. A 1976 summa cum laude graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, his work has appeared in many national publications, including The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Travel & Leisure, and Business. He is also an instructor in the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, where he has taught nonfiction for 12 years.
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Kristen Intlekofer is assistant editor of Johns Hopkins Magazine. Before joining the magazine staff in 2011, she was a senior editor at Words & Numbers, a Baltimore company that provides editorial content for textbook publishers. In her experience as an editor, she has worked on a variety of publications, from aviation manuals to textbooks to narrative fiction. Kristen received her bachelor’s in English literature from the University of Maryland.
Since earning a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Johns Hopkins University, Bret McCabe has written about music and film for The Met magazine in Dallas, visual art in Texas’ ArtLies, arts and culture for the Baltimore City Paper, pop music for the New York Sun, and a small handful of other newspapers, magazines, and websites. He joined Johns Hopkins Magazine as the senior humanities writer in 2011.
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Ann Stiller is a copy editor who works for many publications, including The Gazette, Johns Hopkins Magazine, and the magazines of five JHU divisions, as well as a variety of materials produced by Design Services. Ann has a BA from Smith College, an MAT from Harvard School of Education, and an MLA from Johns Hopkins. She has been with the university 26 years.
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