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05.06.21

Research has shown that Pennsylvania is by far the highest in funding inequality between the highest and lowest-income school districts of all 50 states. Funding students based on their need is the first step to reducing decades of inequality. But changing the focus within the classroom is another, says Anahid Modrek, assistant professor in the department of Psychology.

04.28.21

Jefferson’s Writing Program has won a Certificate of Excellence from the college section of the National Council of Teachers of English, the Conference on  College Composition and Communication. The certificate has been awarded for Jefferson’s series of interlinked undergraduate writing courses that East Falls undergraduates take as part of the Hallmarks Core Program. 

04.07.21

Enhancing our understanding of animals at the intersection of multiple disciplines. 

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02.17.21

The Law and Society Honor Society, less than a year old, is already having an impact.

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02.16.21

Letrell Crittenden Talks Racial Violence in the News - Philly Tribune

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02.10.21

Law and society program director breaks down Section 230 debate.

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11.30.20

In November of 2020 our East Falls undergraduate Writing Program, embedded in the Hallmarks Program curriculum, was awarded a Writing Program Certificate of Excellence by the Conference on College Composition and Communication, which is the College Division of the National Council of Teachers of English.

05.20.20

Jefferson global antitrust researcher discusses his research on improving socio-economic conditions in developing and transition countries, and how antitrust laws have changed during the pandemic.