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Design and Style

The Significance of Artistic Observation in Medical Education
Jefferson humanities course strengthens empathy, understanding of patients and emotional intelligence.
PHOTOS: Red Dress Project Highlights Heart Health in Women
Fashion students learn valuable design skills and research how cardiovascular disease impacts underserved communities.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Architecture
Faculty and alumna Natasha A. Trice seeks to explore architecture in nontraditional forms.
CABE Joins International Team in the Solar Decathlon China Design Challenge
Their sustainably designed structure built near the Winter Olympics is currently ranked 2nd in a field of 15.
Exploring Jobs of the Future:
Hemp and Cannabis
How does Jefferson prepare students for these two exploding industries?
Industrial Designers Win Philly Bicycle-Parking Competition
The trio of master’s program alums topped the ‘Rack ’Em Up’ design contest to create fire hydrant-accessible bike corrals.
Most Memorable Jefferson Moments of 2021
The Nexus looks back at the biggest University stories from the past year.
With New Course on Virtual Fashion Design, Jefferson Embraces Industry’s Future
Students learn skills to prepare them for the jobs of tomorrow.
Fashion Merchandising Students Honor Grad at Holiday Pop-Up Shop
Through the streetwear-themed event, students developed real-world skills and raised money for charity.
Multidisciplinary Effort Aims to Create ‘Neurodiverse Furniture’ for Specialty Care Pavilion
It’s never too early to brainstorm ways to ‘improve lives’ for Jefferson students and patients.
How Can Fashion Design Students Help Fix the Textile Waste Crisis?
Through a new sustainability course, they become part of the solution.