Podcasts

Podcast: How the University’s Global Push Could Help Bring Malawi Its First Teaching Hospital
Jefferson’s long-standing ties to the African nation could prove transformative for students, patients and medical professionals there.
Podcast: How a Creative Approach to Humanities Education Sets Jefferson Apart
When employers said ‘soft skills’ help bolster employment success, the University set out to offer a wide array of courses for its students.
Podcast: Live From East Falls, Next-Generation Deejays Hit the Airwaves
As a pair of second-year students launch a rejuvenated campus radio station, we examine the past and future of the medium at the University.
Podcast: Institute for Smart and Healthy Cities Unites Three Colleges in Cross-Disciplinary Effort
CABE, Kanbar and Pop Health come together to develop cities in face of climate change, social inequity, rapid urbanization and health disparities.
Podcast: No Cluck About It, Chicken Finger Thursday Is the G.O.A.T.
Let’s take a listen to the history, backstory and glory of the highlight of the culinary calendar on the East Falls campus.
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.
Podcast: Breaking Down the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
In this episode of The Nexus Podcast, a Thomas Jefferson University adjunct professor born in Russia breaks down the crisis’s potential local and global impacts.
Podcast: Designing for the Neurodiverse
In this inaugural episode of The Nexus Podcast, we take a deeper dive into the “neurodiverse furniture project.”