Ross Jones is a native of Haddonfield, N.J. and attended Johns Hopkins University. He was active in the News-Letter as co-editor, the band, the Boosters Club, Delta Upsilon fraternity (president), Omicron Delta Kappa leadership fraternity, and he was public address announcer for football and lacrosse games at Homewood Field. He graduated in 1953.

Upon graduation, he joined the Army, serving until 1956. After being discharged, he became a journalist in Pennsylvania. He then received his Master’s degree in communications from Columbia University. After working for three years at the Associated Press, he returned to Columbia to work in public affairs.

In 1961, he returned to Johns Hopkins University where he was assistant to then President Milton S. Eisenhower. In 1986, he traveled to Japan to introduce lacrosse to students there. A building in the Mattin Student Arts Center on the Johns Hopkins campus is named in his honor.

Other Notable Ross Jones

Ross Jones – Baseball
This Ross Jones was drafted by the LA Dodgers in 1980. My subpage links to a site that gives all of his batting and fielding statistics as well as his transaction activity in the past.

Ross Jones – Australian Economist
A brilliant Australian economist, Ross Jones has been appointed Commissioner of the Australian Competition and Commerce Commission. The site I’ve linked to includes a brief bio of Ross Jones.

2 Responses to “Ross Jones – John Hopkins”

  1. Ross Jones says:

    My name is also Ross Jones, and I’m a cousin of the Ross Jones who worked at Johns Hopkins. How do I go about joining your “club”?

  2. Ross Jones says:

    As you can see I am Ross Jones. I am currently 59 years old and live in Australia. I am fiddling with web dev and web design as a hobby and was looking at possible domain names I came across your site.
    As I am another Ross Jones I thought I would drop a message to you just to say hi.
    Ross Jones

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