Thomas Jefferson University and the Jefferson College of Population Health strive to support its faculty through a variety of resources.
The Faculty Affairs team is available to assist new and existing faculty advance their careers, engage in academic discourse, develop world class curricula, and navigate the evolving higher education landscape.
Jefferson University maintains several systems for researchers to gather and store data. Some of these options include:
- Jefferson REDCap, a secure online data collection and storage system maintained by the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center that is appropriate for storing identifiers. Sign up here, and click through to access the online system .
- Qualtrics, an online survey design and administration tool. Sign in using your Jefferson ID here.
- Jefferson Electronic Research Notebook, an online data, document and project management application accessible with your Jefferson email and campus key. Note that this is not certified for storage of patient/participant identifiers, but will be in the near future.
- Jefferson Box, an online file storage and sharing system, accessible with your Jefferson campus key. Note that this is not certified for storage of patient/participant identifiers, but will be in the near future.
Unlike other universities, adjunct faculty must be active teachers in our College—it is not a “courtesy appointment.” Adjunct faculty are a part of the intellectual bench strength of the College and play an instrumental role through teaching. They become part of the Jefferson family.