Hopkins On The Hill is a biennial event showcasing federally funded research and programming from across Johns Hopkins sponsored by a variety of agencies.
Working with the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, Government and Community Affairs (GCA) brings together members of the Hopkins community from young investigators to musicians to demonstrate the importance of federal support across all divisions of Johns Hopkins.
COMING SOON - HOPKINS ON THE HILL 2021!
HOPKINS ON THE HILL 2019
View the Hopkins on the Hill 2019 video from the June 12, 2019 event featuring 21 interactive displays by Johns Hopkins researchers and practitioners.
Download the 2019 Program.
HOPKINS ON THE HILL 2017
The inaugural event on June 13, 2017 at the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, DC featured everything from Dixieland Jazz and a robot you could control with a wave of your hand, to an improved personal protection suit for health care workers and enhanced materials meant to protect members of the armed services, and from health disparity research to how augmented reality can help children understand prosthetics. Hopkins On The Hill showcased how federally funded research and programs effect all areas of society. More than 250 guests attended including Maryland Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen.
Click to see a photo gallery from the 2017 event.