Life at Jefferson

LGBTQ+ Curriculum Gap Leads to New Training Program for Jefferson Faculty and Staff
Transdisciplinary research team creates program for Sexual and Gender Minority Education and Training.
Making Conversations About Mental Health Mainstream
A Jefferson medical student uses social media to create educational content about mental health and illness, breaking stigma and barriers to getting help.
Sidney Kimmel Medical College Students Celebrate Unique Match Day
In joyful virtual ceremony, members of ‘a special class’ learn where they complete their residencies.
Jefferson Propels Students to the Next Career Step
Undergrads achieve over 96% employment, grad school success rate.
Tips for Healthier Eating and Living
The coordinator of the University’s MS in Nutrition and Dietetic Practice program talks diet trends and healthier lifestyles.
‘Signs of Humanity’ Return to Life
Journal publishes a paper written by public health, medical students, alums and faculty that explores experiences of the unhoused.
New Group Within the College of Humanities and Sciences Aims to Help Students, Community
The Law and Society Honor Society, less than a year old, is already having an impact.
Six Writing Tips for Students
How you can strengthen your professional communication.
A Margin of Error
College of Nursing assistant professor Karen Alexander, PhD, RN, talks candidly and bravely about her unconscious bias that crept into the care she had once provided as a nurse.
53 Acts of Kindness to Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
With thoughtful gestures, the University community remembers the civil rights leader.
Try These Exercises to Help Manage Daily Stress
Mindfulness creates space between you and life’s stressors.