Life at Jefferson

Transforming Ideas Into Action
Occupational therapy students address inequality and societal issues through summer project.
New Immigration Restrictions Cause Turmoil for the International Community
An international postdoctoral fellow explains how the executive order suspending thousands of work visas might force her to put her dreams of pursuing cancer research on hold
Back to School
With special accommodations in place, some 750 undergrads join the Jefferson family.
A Window Into Student Life During COVID-19
From the challenges of online learning to the isolation of social distancing, Jefferson students use photos to describe the lessons in the wake of COVID-19.
Amid Uncertain Times, New Grads and Students Find Career Success
Plus, advice for those still searching for jobs or internships during the pandemic.
Celebrating the Class of 2020
Under extraordinary circumstances, Jefferson graduates look back–and to the future.
To Those Who Have Just Begun Their Journey With the White Coat …
Jefferson professor of medicine offers words of encouragement during the COVID-19 era.
Art in Times of Crisis
What lessons can we learn from art therapists in times of high uncertainty and stress.
OT Grad Student Earns Spot on the Eagles Cheer Team
In addition to pursuing her doctorate in occupational therapy at Jefferson, Allison Tuso will help fire up crowds at the Linc.
One Step of Many
Medical student activist Oluwatoni “Toni” Okuboyejo helped organize Jefferson’s White Coats for Black Lives Demonstration.
How to Have Difficult Conversations About COVID and Race Relations
Experts from the University’s department of counseling and behavioral health offer tips on navigating divisive topics with loved ones.