Dr. Kelly Miller was the first African-American to attend Johns Hopkins University. After graduating from Howard University, Dr. Miller was admitted to the graduate program in Johns Hopkins University's Department of Mathematics in 1887. After two years, however, he withdrew from the university without a degree. He ultimately earned a PhD in Mathematics from Howard University and went on to become a leading African-American intellectual for more than half a century.
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- Commemoration Day Cupcake Celebration
- Feb 22
- Milton S. Eisenhower Library, Q level
- Happy 142nd birthday, Johns Hopkins University! Please stop by the Q-level of Milton S. Eisenhower Library on February 22 between 12-2 PM to celebrate the inauguration of founding Hopkins president Daniel Coit Gilman on this date in 1876. We'll have cupcakes and beverages, a historic photo display, fun photo ops, and some special giveaways.