Mike Bederka
Mike Bederka is a senior content specialist at Jefferson.
Jobs of the Future: From Mountains to Deserts and Oceans, Wilderness Medicine Provides Care in Austere Environments
Jefferson’s Wilderness and Disaster Medicine Society president explains the field’s rapid growth and why all med students can benefit from learning more about wilderness medicine.
Industrial Design Alumni’s Fretboard Attachment Empowers Guitarists With Peripheral Neuropathy
After winning an industry award for their capstone project, the recent grads plan to bring their device to market for musicians overcoming nerve damage.
Fashioning Future Careers With Real-World Experience
Summer internships help students carve out their careers in fashion merchandising.
Jefferson Welcomes New Students at Convocation
Ready for the next chapter, over 920 undergraduates join the University family.
Engaged, Determined and Curious, Dr. Susan Aldridge Begins Her Tenure as Interim University President
The accomplished higher education leader plans to cultivate the best of Jefferson.
Is There a Place for Writing AI in the Classroom?
Writing and rhetoric faculty offer best practices for using the controversial tool.
On a Path With Purpose, Med Students Receive Their White Coats
The Sidney Kimmel Medical College Class of 2027 sets off in a special ceremony.
Where’s Waldo? Ask Industrial Design Grad Andrew Pick
The manufacturing design engineer transforms a fun photobombing hobby into a world of opportunity.
My Coming Out Story
Without my 8th-grade English teacher’s kind words, I would be a different person today. He inspired me to be my true self.
Industrial Design and Occupational Therapy Students Partner to Improve Seniors Citizens’ Quality of Life
As part of the Design Assistive Device Project, students help community members with everyday tasks like dog walking, gardening and cooking.
As a Platform to Share Ideas, Pre-med Students Organize TEDx Event
Isha Akolia and Priya Modi focused on interdisciplinary communication and redefining possible.