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Design and Style

Podcast: Fashion Film Takes Students From the Runway Into Digital Longevity
COVID forced a re-imagining of the long-standing, in-person fashion show that would spark an educational trend.
Collaboration Leads to Innovation With Occupational Therapy-Industrial Design Projects
Student groups create assistive technology for people with special needs.
Can a Jefferson Degree
Make Graduates Robot-Proof?
Fostering creativity and innovation gives grads an edge as they enter the workforce.
How Do We Preserve the Past for a More Sustainable Future?
An architectural historian shares her research on the challenges of preserving America’s cities.
Jefferson Drives Students to Succeed
Undergrads achieve 97% employment and grad school success rate.
Podcast: Designing for the Neurodiverse
In this inaugural episode of The Nexus Podcast, we take a deeper dive into the “neurodiverse furniture project.”
Lights, Camera, Action! Alumna Diane Raver Founded the Garden State Film Festival
The textile design grad created one of the state’s most respected movie showcases.
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.