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Industrial Design and Occupational Therapy Students Partner to Improve Senior 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.
How Alumna Olivia Biller Followed Her Own Path
From occupational therapy student to post-doctoral research fellow at Johnson and Johnson, a recent grad shares how she found the right role in health care.
Pioneering Med School Alumnae Reflect on Their Time at Jefferson
In 1965, Drs. Nancy Szwec Czarnecki, Amilu Stewart and Merle Edelstein were among the first women to graduate from the medical school.
Keeping It in the Jefferson Family
Majority of Jefferson College of Nursing graduates begin their careers at Jefferson.
Celebrating the Class of 2023
New graduates look back at their education and share what lies ahead.
Jefferson Program Offers a Safe Space for Addiction Recovery
Rams for Recovery provides resources students need to understand the process and seek help.
Wellness Workshop Shows the Power of Poetry
Led by Jefferson’s artists-in-residence, the program illustrates how reflection and processing emotions through writing can provide comfort, care and insight.
Jefferson Reflects on Nearly 50 Years of the Physician Shortage Area Program
The initiative works to increase the supply and retention of physicians in rural areas.
At Match Day, the Next Chapter Begins for Medical Students
The Class of 2023 found out where they would complete their residencies during a special ceremony.
Fulbright Foreign Student Program Scholars Discover Their Passions at Jefferson
Participants from Latvia and Jordan traveled to Philly to complete their graduate education.
What Is the Residual Impact of Slavery on African American Mental Health?
Understanding generational trauma and how therapists can be trained to help individuals cope.