Greg Bennett was invited to speak about the redesign process behind JHU Engineering at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Editors Forum. The goal of the presentation was to provide attendees with the tools, strategies, and cautionary tales to keep a redesign project from riding off the rails.
JHU Engineering showcases the leadership and global impact of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School faculty, students and alumni as they innovate to solve challenging societal problems. The editorial team does this by sharing stories about their educational activities, groundbreaking research, translational work, and accomplishments.
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