closeup of empty beakers.

Health

‘Better Than We Found It’ – Addressing Unconscious Bias in Higher Education
An occupational therapy student describes her struggle with whether to speak out or stay silent about bias while trying to learn and thrive.
Medical Students Use Telehealth to Continue Serving the Community Amid Pandemic
JeffHOPE provides care to those in need.
How Can Mentoring Programs Improve Confidence of Adolescent Girls?
A novel approach for providing early support for overall physical and mental wellbeing for teenage girls.
Onward and Upward: Graduate Students Saluted at Commencement
See photos from the ceremonies for Sidney Kimmel Medical College and the Colleges of Life Sciences, Pharmacy, Population Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
First Class of Med Students Complete JeffMD Curriculum
‘This has been our pièce de résistance,’ says provost Dr. Mark L. Tykocinski.
Class of 2021 Honored at 197th Commencement
Speakers praise graduates for their spirit, determination and resilience in the face of the pandemic.
Distressing COVID Scenes From India Inspire Medical Student to Take Action
With much of her extended family still living in Bangalore, Noor Shaik sparked an effort that has already seen pallets of PPE donations collected.
Celebrating the Class of 2021
Graduating students reflect on their time at Jefferson as they look ahead to bright futures.
Students at the Forefront of Jefferson’s Vaccination Effort
Along with administering vaccines, students help with community outreach.
Creativity Sparkles at Celebration of Innovation
Seven student projects stem from interdisciplinary collaborations across the University.
Can Too Much Positivity Be a Negative?
By presenting an unrealistically perfect world online and in life, you may harm others with your “toxic positivity.”