Jefferson Innovator Magazine

Houston, We Have a Solution

How two Jefferson professors shared their textile expertise with NASA’s Langley Research Center...


The Weave of Possibility

Fabric has endless potential—and the secret to discovering its possibilities is in the science...

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Mauro Porcini headshot

Ambassadors of the Human Being

Meet Mauro Porcini, PepsiCo’s first-ever chief design officer...

Illustration of a mechanical heart

Heart and Lung

How John H. Gibbon, Jr., MD ’27 made medical history with the heart-lung machine...



The Kay and Harold Ronson Health and Applied Science Center

The new center is a bold step into the future of higher education...


Florence Stewart Scholarship Helps Recipient Toward His Dream

The $10,000 scholarship is helping to support Bulgantamir Jargalmaar’s dream of becoming a physical therapist...

From Our Leadership

Stephen Klasko in his office

2030 Pandemic

Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA

Mark Tykocinski in his office

An Inflection Point for Higher Education

Mark L. Tykocinski, MD

Headshot of Elizabeth Dale

Reimagine Scholarships

Elizabeth A. Dale, EdD, MPA

American Girl doll Courtney Moore posed in front of a doll-sized Pac-Man machine
From the Nexus

Fashion Alumna Helps Create Newest American Girl Doll

Courtney Moore rocks “totally rad” ’80s gear and loves heading to the arcade to play games like Pac-Man...

Magazine spread showcasing fashion students’ work

They’ve Got the Look

With creativity, focus, and an unstoppable drive, fashion students showcase their collections...

A black lab with a 3D printed prosthetic leg

Jefferson Alumni Give Animals a Leg Up

Industrial design grads enter a niche market, creating prosthetics for dogs (and, yes, even a duck)...

Ram Roundup

Recognizing three Jefferson Athletics alumni who served as “essential personnel” during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Jackie Panichi ’14


Mary Newell ’16


Tori Arnao ’15 M’18