The Johns Hopkins School of Education supports a global network of alumni and friends that make an outsized impact every day — enriching lives, empowering communities, and advancing education.

Connect with us and other School of Education alumni to grow and strengthen your network. Share your success stories and experiences, and join your colleagues in giving back to help us continue our mission.

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Stay Current

  • Jeffrey A. Grigg Memorial Lecture

    Join sociologist, Jennie E. Brand, PhD discussing her new book, Overcoming the Odds, and the benefits of a college education for high school graduates.

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  • In Conversation: Jodi Miller, PhD and Bloomberg School of Public Health Professor Elisa Pas, PhD

    Tune in for a two-part, pre-recorded series focusing on the adolescent mental health crisis and best practices promoting effective Social Emotional Health (SEL) curriculums and school communities.

  • The School of Education Building Renovation

    The renovation if the Education Building in Baltimore will preserve the building’s historical architectural features while designing useful contemporary spaces for students, faculty, staff, and the greater Baltimore community. Read more about our preservation efforts and exciting updates by clicking the link below.

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  • School of Education's 2024 Graduation Ceremony

    Join us in celebration as we welcome the newest members of the School of Education alumni community.

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Stay Informed

  • Johns Hopkins Magazine

    This quarterly magazine brings you thoughtful, engaging stories and intellectual nourishment.

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  • SOE Alumni and Friends newsletter

    The School of Education Alumni and Friends newsletter is published by the Office of Alumni Relations to share news from the School of Education and alumni. If you have news that you would like to share, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations.

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  • Hopkins Possible

    Build a sense of Blue Jay pride and exchange stories and wisdom with our global community.

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  • JHU Events

    Online or in your hometown, stay connected with Hopkins students, faculty, and alumni by attending an upcoming JHU event.

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Stay Connected

  • OneHopkins

    Join a networking hub for alumni to student mentoring or alumni to alumni networking

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  • Alumni Email Alias Registration

    Your email address will be active for a limited time following your graduation date. After that period, the email account, along with your JHED access, will be terminated. During this time, you must direct your email alias ([email protected]) to your new alumni email account to continue receiving emails sent to that address once it deactivates.

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  • MadebyHopkins

    Explore businesses founded or co-founded by Hopkins Alumni

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  • Career and Life Design

    Many of Johns Hopkins University’s nine schools have career services available to alumni.

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Stay Curious

  • The Online Alumni Library

    Hopkins KnowledgeNET is an online library that provides access to thousands of academic journals, articles, and reference materials vialicensed databases, as well as links to additional collections of online resources, digital libraries, and other JHU publications. Hopkins KnowledgeNET is exclusively available to all graduates of Johns Hopkins University.

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  • Hopkins at Home

    Since our founding, Johns Hopkins University has been committed to delivering knowledge and discovery to the world. Through Hopkins at Home, you can now access some of the best of what Hopkins has to offer — from our labs, libraries, and lecture halls to your laptop.

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  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

    Non-credit programs for retired and semi-retired individuals; formerly The Evergreen Society.

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  • Odyssey

    Non-credit liberal arts courses and lectures for adults.

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