Seven members of the senior class have been named National Merit Semifinalists. Congratulations to: Clark Dowling, Will Dowling, Alex Duh, Charlie East, Noah Jun, Alan Wang, and Morgan Zinn. Well done!
Don't miss a special weekend commemorating the 50th anniversary of Gilman's first black graduates.
Get a jump-start on the 2019-2020 academic year by visiting Gilman this fall. Select the time of day or type of event that best suits your schedule.
A math teacher who is a former Air Force cryptologist, a librarian with a degree in dance, an English teacher who was a political cartoonist at the Harvard Crimson, and more. Meet them here.
Meet Cooper Penn Fellow Natalie Cheung, Callard Penn Fellow Jake Scott, and Foreman Fellow Greg Calhoun here.
Founded in 1897, Gilman School is a kindergarten through twelfth grade private independent day school for boys in Baltimore, Maryland.
Whether it is in the classroom, on the field, or in the community, every minute of every Gilman school day helps boys to grow to become principled young men.
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Todd Robin '94, vice president of Connected Care, Medtronic, is interviewed in this MedCityNews article about glucose monitoring devises. Read it here.
Nick Polydefkis ‘18 is already making a name for himself in water polo at George Washington University. Learn more here.
Marcus Wang '00, Co-Founder, President and GM of ZytoGen Global Genetics Institute talks about international business, branding, entrepreneurship, and his path to a startup that facilitates healthy pregnancies in this Charm City Dreamer podcast.
"Good guy" Darius Jennings '11 has joined the Next One Up board. And, after being waived eight times by four different teams, the WR has found a home with the Titans. On Nashville's A to Z Sports, catch up on his success in the community and on the field. And watch his "can't miss play" during the NFL Week 1 game against the Miami Dolphins.
Gilman is well represented in the Baltimore Business Journal’s 2018 class of 40 Baltimoreans Under 40. Congratulations to Brendan Lough '03, Tom Prevas '98, Richard Thomas '01, and Karlo Young '97. Learn more here.
Linebacker Melvin Keihn '14 will play his last year of football eligibility at the University of Richmond, where he is pursuing a master's degree in human resource management. Keihn graduated from Maryland with a degree in public health.
Max Verheyen ‘19, a varsity swimmer since his freshman year, has qualified for the Scholastic All American Team at USA Swimming. While competing at the Futures competition, Max achieved both Winter and Summer JR National cuts in the 400 IM, and Winter JR National cuts in the 200 IM, 100 Breast, and 200 Breast events. Requirements included academic performance as well as swimming achievement. Congratulations Max!
Walter Royal '73 has joined Morehouse School of Medicine as the new director of the Neuroscience Institute, as well as the head of the neurobiology department. He previously served as a professor of neurology, anatomy, and neurobiology as University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Micah Kiser ‘13 recently played his first game at M&T Bank Stadium. The Rams linebacker returned to Baltimore for a preseason game on August 9, when he played against his hometown team. He had two tackles and four assists. Read more about his childhood dreams as a Ravens fan in this Baltimore Sun article about Rams players with Maryland ties.
Alex Gavis '82 advocates for application of "design thinking" to law school training and legal professional development in A Need for Lawyers with Empathy, in a commentary published in Corporate Counsel, a business magazine for corporate lawyers.
The Revolution of Necessity podcast recently featured Mike Lwin '01, who talks about the founding of his Myanmar-based company, Koe Koe Tech, and its app designed to combat maternal mortality, Maymay.
Traitify Chief Revenue Officer Jason Finkelstein '94 authored a piece on talent acquisition and screening, based on an analogy to Les Misérables, that was featured on HR Technologist.
Recently the Gilman campus hosted a football camp, led by Brandon Copeland ’09, that was unlike any other. The Jets linebacker, joined by other NFL players and volunteers, held a one-day event for more than 400 kids ages 11-17. Learn more about the third annual Beyond the Basics Football Camp here.
The Wall Street Journal has favorably reviewed the latest book by Chris White ‘74, The Last Lobster: Boom or Bust for Maine's Greatest Fishery? saying that he "untangles the complex economics of the lobster industry with admirable clarity..." Read the review, listen to a podcast, and learn where you can order his books here.