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Najah Jacobs ’15 holds a bachelors in Law & Society, with a minor in Psychology. Najah is currently a professor in Jefferson’s Law & Society program.


Understanding how war and displacement complicate gender and sexuality in Afghanistan and its diaspora.


When employers said ‘soft skills’ help bolster employment success, the University set out to offer a wide array of courses for its students.


Meet our Alumni, Kaitlyn Viola '22 holds a bachelor's degree in Law & Society, with a minor in Psychology.


Meet our Alumni Aliyah McLaurin, a Law and Society major with a minor in Psychology major from Freeport, NY...

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Meet our Alumni Kelsey Kaplowitz, a Biopsychology major from Bridgewater, NJ...


Internal waves are the undersea equivalent of surface waves you see at the beach. They have a vital role in transferring heat, energy, and momentum in the ocean. The turbulence they create when they break helps move nutrient-laden water to the coastlines while moving carbon dioxide down to the depths. So how do these internal waves, unnoticed on land, create a healthy oceanic ecosystem and what have we learned about the role they play in improving the atmosphere around us?