Recent CABE News

Hassrick House Book
12.09.21

The College of Architecture & the Built Environment is pleased to announce the publication of Emergence of a Modern Dwelling: Richard Neutra’s Hassick House, sponsored by Thomas Jefferson University’s Center for the Preservation of Modernism. 

pollinator-grant-news-cabe
10.19.21

The College of Architecture and the Built Environment’s Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Lab for Urban and Social Innovation was the proud recipient of one of these grants for “The Philadelphia Pollinator Project.

deverya-youth-program-immerses
09.10.21

The intention of the program was to showcase the many different professions involving the built environment, including interior design, landscape architecture, construction management, architecture and real estate development.

construction-management-program-earns-5-year-accreditation
08.16.21

Jefferson’s College of Architecture and the Built Environment recently received accreditation for its BS in construction management program from ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology). This accreditation assures our program meets the standards to produce graduates ready to enter technical fields and lead the way working with emerging technologies. 

students-cabe-construction-program
07.15.21

Construction-management students and alumni are uniquely positioned to enter an evolving industry.

park-in-truck-news-philly-lots
07.12.21

The corner of 38th and Melon Streets is the subject of Thomas Jefferson University's "Park in a Truck" program, which enables community leaders like Drummond to organize and build green gathering spaces on previously empty land.