Recent CABE News
CABE, Kanbar and Pop Health come together to develop cities in face of climate change, social inequity, rapid urbanization and health disparities.
Connecting patients with the natural world through design.
The MS in Construction Management program within the College of Architecture and the Built Environment has ranked fourth out of 354 programs evaluated by Intelligent.com. The program was once again ranked “Best Optionality” with its on-campus and online delivery formats.
Park in a Truck Toolkit allows community members to transform empty lots into green spaces.
After a year-long international search, John Dwyer has recently joined Thomas Jefferson University’s College of Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) as the new Chair of the Department of Architecture.
In keeping with the University’s commitment to train future students for the jobs of tomorrow, Jefferson will host several summer academies geared toward high school students interested in learning about an array of topics.
On May 31st , the University’s Center for the Preservation of Modernism hosted Yo! Richard Neutra! A Modern House Conservation Panel and Workshop, which served as the kick-off event for the 2022 DocomomoUS National Symposium, the organization’s annual conference that focuses on the preservation of modern buildings and sites, held this year in Philadelphia.
The College of Architecture and the Built Environment was the guest of honor at the ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program of Greater Philadelphia’s 21st annual scholarship breakfast. There, numerous awards were bestowed upon the college.