Meet the JHU Museums 2021 Summer Interns

The Johns Hopkins University Museums welcomed two interns for the summer of 2021. At Homewood Museum, rising senior Elizabeth Sheehan was selected as this year’s Pinkard-Bolton intern. The Pinkard-Bolton Internship Program provides Johns Hopkins undergraduate students with the opportunity to gain significant understanding of the museum profession through paid work at Homewood Museum, a National […]


Meet Our Freshman Fellows: Kobi Khong on Historic Cookbooks

Thrifty Salad

Enjoy this post by Kobi Khong, one of our Special Collections Freshman Fellows for the 2020-2021 academic year! Welcome one and welcome all, whether you be readers or eaters, librarians or pescatarians, academics or snack-ademics, I hope you’ll enjoy the cornucopia of knowledge that I’ve prepared for you today and leave with a belly full […]


Meet Our 2020-2021 Freshman Fellows!

Freshman Fellows

The Special Collections Freshman Fellows program began in 2016 as an enriching and fun introduction to the challenges and joys of conducting research with primary sources. Students in the fellowship embarked on fantastic research journeys ranging from the history of student housing at Hopkins to the forgotten stories that ephemera can reveal about the women’s […]