Jefferson Humanities & Health Programs
  • Asano Humanities & Health Certificate — The Asano Humanities & Health Certificate is a co-curricular program that rewards sustained engagement in arts and humanities activities throughout the academic year.
  • Anti-Racism in Health Focus — a subset of the Asano Humanities & Health Certificate, which brings Jefferson students together to discuss topics at the intersection of health, race, inequity, and justice.
  • Artist-in-Residence — invites creative practitioners to collaborate with the Jefferson community in the development of arts and humanities-centered inquiries into health and wellness.
  • Inside Out — annual art and literary journal that showcases photography, paintings and sketches, short stories, poems and essays by Jefferson students.
  • Health Humanities Reading Group — weekly discussions to think critically about health, as it is understood through various disciplinary perspectives, social contexts and value systems.
  • Jefferson Humanities Forum — Each academic year, Jefferson Humanities & Health explores a thought-provoking theme from a wide range of perspectives, inviting reflection and action around how we improve lives.
  • Creative Aging — brings together Jefferson students and local elders to connect through improvisational storytelling and other creative engagements.
  • Featured Student Artwork — Jefferson Humanities & Health commissions a student to create a work of art that reflects our programming for the academic year.
  • Past Programs — a list of our past programs for reference.