JHU – Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD

JHU – Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD

11100 Johns Hopkins Road

Laurel, MD 20723


This site is a commuting site only.  There are no residential facilities.

Maximum of 18 students will be enrolled.

The winning bridge at JHU-APL held 23 kg (after a 2 kg deck penalty).

General Information

    • Course Dates: June 22 – July 17
    • Time:  Monday – Friday; 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    • No class on Friday, July 3
  • Dr. James Seale

    Dr. Seale is an Adjunct Professor of Physics at Howard County Community College, Columbia, MD and AP Physics teacher at Howard High School.  He joined the Engineering Innovation team in 2011.

  • Ms. Mary Anne Llorin

    Mary Anne has been an AP Calculus teacher for several years at Catonsville High School.  She recently earned her master’s in online education and added tennis coach to her resume.  She joined Engineering Innovation in 2011.

Site Specific Information

  • STEM Rooms in the Kossiakoff Center.  Please note that due to the nature of the facility, closed circuit cameras are used in the classroom and common areas of the APL campus.
  • Students may eat in the campus cafeteria.  They may either bring lunch or purchase food in the cafeteria.
  • Parking is available in the Kossiakoff Center and Education Center Parking lot.
  • All students will have access to computers to complete their online research.  There is no library on this campus.
  • Details to be published.
  • JHU-Elkridge Campus Winning Bridge 2014

    Engineers:  Artur, Kathryn, and Mignot

    Weight: 250 g

    Height: 25 cm

    Maximum Load: 41 kg

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