Fashion Management and Merchandising Student at her pop up shop

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Teen Vogue Editor to Talk Diversity, Inclusion and Career Building
At the Oct. 6 virtual event with fashion students, Lindsay Peoples Wagner wants to further empower younger Americans to stake their rightful societal claim.
Tips to weather COVID’s economic impact
Finance professor Dr. D.K. Malhotra answers FAQs about the underappreciated issue of pandemic-related wage cuts.
Amid Uncertain Times, New Grads and Students Find Career Success
Plus, advice for those still searching for jobs or internships during the pandemic.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Fashion
Alumna Bianca DePietro owns Toile, a popular Philadelphia atelier and showroom.
Celebrating the Class of 2020
Under extraordinary circumstances, Jefferson graduates look back–and to the future.
Fashion Students Earn Top Honors From Gucci, AATCC and Dior
Sophomore Destinee Elliott named a Gucci North America Changemakers Scholar.
How Can Antitrust Laws Promote Human Welfare?
Jefferson global antitrust researcher discusses his research on improving socio-economic conditions in developing and transition countries, and how antitrust laws have changed during the pandemic.
How Students Can Work on Their Careers During COVID-19
Twenty actionable tips to help ignite a sense of motivation, positivity and hope.
Easing the Pain of an Economic Tsunami
Finance professor Dr. D.K. Malhotra answers FAQs about the coronavirus stimulus checks.
Confidential Information: Can Banks Resist Profit Incentives?
According to new analysis, banks may use advance knowledge of mergers and acquisitions to invest in rising stocks more commonly than expected.
Reducing Textile Waste
The University and industry address ways to prevent clothes from ending up in the landfill.