JHU Montgomery County MD Campus – Rockville, MD

JHU Montgomery County Campus

Johns Hopkins University
Montgomery County Campus
9601-9605 Medical Center Drive
Rockville, MD 20850


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

Maximum of 48 students will be enrolled.

The winning bridge at JHU-Montgomery County in 2019 held 19 kg.

Rockville EI 2016

Montgomery County EI 2016



General Information

    • Course Dates: June 22 – July 17
    • Time:  Monday – Friday; 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    • No class on Friday, July 3
  • Dr. Muhammad Kehnemouyi – Joined Engineering Innovation in 2006

    Dr. Kehnemouyi is the Dean of Science, Engineering, and Technology at Montgomery College, Rockville, MD.

    Dr. Fred Kataraie – Joined Engineering Innovation in 2006

    Dr. Kataraie is Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Montgomery College, Rockville, MD.  He is also an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at University of Maryland, University College, College Park, MD.
  • Mr. Sinuhe Gutierrez – Joined Engineering Innovation in 2011

    Mr. Gutierrez is a Physics teacher at Northwest High School, Germantown, MD.

    Mr. Tony Ekatomatis – joining EI in 2019.

    Mr. Ekatomatis is a physics teacher at Northwest High School in Montgomery County, MD.

Site Specific Information


Parents are not permitted to pick-up their students from the traffic circle in front of Gilchrist Hall.  Parents must wait for their students in the parking lot behind Gilchrist that my be accessed from Broschart Road.  The EI traffic flow link shows a map in which the parking lot is highlighted with a red rectangle.

  • The course will be held in Gilchrist Hall on the JHU Montgomery County Campus.   More details will be sent to enrolled students in mid-June.

  • Students do not leave the campus for lunch.  Students eat lunches brought from home or purchase their lunch from one of the restaurants on the campus.  Several restaurants are open along the parking garage facing Medical Center Drive including Subway and Oishii Blue Fin.  There is also a Farmers’ Market on campus on on Wednesdays from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm;  this includes a number of food trucks.
  • Free parking is available in the lots on Broschart Road.  All non-designated spaces are available for student and visitor use.
  • All students will have access to computers to complete their online research.

  • Getting to JHU from all over the region:
    From all parts of the Washington Metropolitan region, use Metro’s Red Line to get to the Shady Grove Metro Station. At the station, take the Ride On bus 66, which travels directly to the campus and will drop you at the campus’ Broschart Road entrance. Please make sure you get off the bus at the Broschart Road stop, not the Medical Center Drive stop. The 66 bus leaves the Shady Grove Metro Station every 30 minutes Monday through Friday. View the Ride On bus schedules. 

    From Silver Spring and Wheaton:
    Take the Q2 Metro bus to the Shady Grove Metro Station, then transfer to the Ride On bus 66. View Metro bus schedules.

    From Germantown, Lake Forest and Milestone:
    Take the Ride On bus service (listed just below) to the Shady Grove Metro Station. Transfer to the Ride On bus 66 to the campus.

    • Milestone Center – Ride on 55
    • Germantown Transit Center – Ride on 61
    • Lake Forest Transit Center – Ride on 57


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