Celebrating the Fourth of July!
The winning bridge for the 2019 students at the Homewood and Loyola locations held 46 kg (after a 2 kg deck penalty).
Mr. Lally is a Science teacher at the Jemicy School. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Towson University, Towson, MD. Mr. Lally joined Engineering Innovation in 2015.
Dr. Gonzalo Pita
Dr. Pita is a Lecturer and Adjunct Associate Scientist in civil engineering at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD. He joined Engineering Innovation in 2016.
Mr. Sathappan Ramesh
Mr. Ramesh is a Senior Lab Coordinator in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. He has Master of Science degrees in Physics (Biomedical Optics) from Clemson University and Applied Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins. He previously taught high school physics. He joined Engineering Innovation in 2019.
Ms. Ipsita Ghosh
Ms. Ghosh is an engineering teacher at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Baltimore, MD. She has been teaching Engineering Innovation since 2014.
Mr. Keith Seergae
Mr. Seergae is a Mathematics and Computer Sciences teacher at Towson High School, Towson, MD. He joined the Engineering Innovation team in 2013.
Mr. Chad Goodnight
Mr. Goodnight is a science teacher at Dundalk High School. He has been with Engineering Innovation in 2006.
Ms. Claire Sargo
Ms. Sargo teaches Computer Science at the Bryn Mawr School. She joined Engineering Innovation in 2018.
Mr. James Rittner
Mr. Rittner teaches physics at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He joined EI in 2019.
Click the link below for answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the Engineering Innovation residential program.
Summer Discovery will run the residential portion of Engineering Innovation. To contact staff during the program, please call 410-516-8958.
Residential students who wish to leave campus overnight to visit with family or friends must complete the following form and either bring it to campus at check-in or email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org:
DINING HALL INFORMATION: Residential students will be eating at the Fresh Foods Cafe during their stay on campus. You may find more information about this dining hall on their website: http://pages.jh.edu/~hds/dining/facilities.html. The website currently reflects the dining hours and options for our spring semester. These may change during the summer.
Kosher Dining Information: Engineering Innovation students who require Kosher meals should send us an email so that we may alert the Dining Office about their requirements. These students will be provided with a pre-packaged Kosher meal.
Commuting students will need to purchase a month parking pass if they wish to park on campus. Please check with the Homewood Parking and Transportation Office to determine the price and availability of parking permits.