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December 22, 2021
What Does the FTC’s Antitrust Case Vs. Facebook Mean for Social-Media Users?
The ongoing battle accuses the tech giant of squashing and purchasing competition to avoid threats to its monopoly.
December 13, 2021
Most Memorable Jefferson Moments of 2021
The Nexus looks back at the biggest University stories from the past year.
February 19, 2021
‘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.
January 25, 2021
How a ‘Shark Tank’-Inspired Contest Led to an Examination of Racism in Health Care
Descendants of those victimized in the infamous U.S. Public Health Service Study shared their stories with students and faculty.
September 8, 2020
University Will Host International Sex and Gender Health Education Summit
Organizers of the three-day virtual event hope it paves the way for curriculum to be taught in every health-sciences school.
August 21, 2020
How Parents Can Help Young Children Get ‘Back to School’
Whether it’s virtual or in-person learning, they’ll need reassurances and honesty for a seamless transition in the fall.
June 17, 2020
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.
June 11, 2020
A Great Societal Challenge Returns Accompanied by Lessons (and Questions) From the Past
An American studies instructor, who spent decades studying the ‘Spanish Flu’ outbreak, mulls how future peers will chronicle the COVID era.
June 4, 2020
How Is Structural Racism Reinforced Through Food?
We sit down with a Jefferson professor to discuss her research on the ways marginalized communities resist oppression, and the impact COVID-19 has had on racial inequities.
April 24, 2019
Arlen Specter’s Senatorial Papers Open to the Public, Available for Research
Jefferson and the University of Pittsburgh have opened Arlen Specter’s senatorial papers to the public. The notable collection documents major legislation and political activities during his 30-year tenure as Pennsylvania’s longest-serving senator.