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Philadelphia University

 •  November 8, 2016

Philadelphia University President Stephen Spinelli Jr., announced the winners of the second annual Thomas Jefferson University Health Hack to spur innovations in health care, Technical.ly reported Nov. 8. The Health Hack, sponsored by Independence Blue Cross, Comcast, IBM and Photon, “helps breed a community of innovators,” said Spinelli, who will...

Philadelphia University

 •  October 5, 2016

Philadelphia University’s commitment to collaborative, multidisciplinary learning–with a focus on innovation, industry partnerships and entrepreneurship–has resulted in graduates achieving a 95 percent job and graduate school success rate, The Huffington Post reported Oct. 5. “Today’s college students face rapid technological change, shifting...

Philadelphia University

 •  September 27, 2016

Educators and education leaders should focus less on translating knowledge and more on the processes of entrepreneurial learning and creativity, according to a Sept. 14 Brookings Institution article on the imperative for design learning. The authors cited Philadelphia University’s Nexus Learning as a notable example of design learning. “Over the...

Philadelphia University

 •  September 9, 2016

Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University approve Combination Agreement to become one comprehensive university, Philadelphia magazine reported Sept. 9. While the universities may not seem similar at first, “what powerhouse Stephen Klasko, president and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, and forward-thinking...

Philadelphia University

 •  August 24, 2016

PhilaU textile engineer Mark Sunderland has been selected to judge a competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense to redesign protective suits used by the military, Yahoo!, Women’s Wear Daily and the Los Angeles Times reported Aug. 24. The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense, a division within the Defense...

Philadelphia University

 •  August 18, 2016

A team of four Philadelphia University students won honorable mention in the prestigious Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture student competition, ArchDaily reported Aug. 18. For Timber in the City: Urban Habitats, students were challenged to explore wood as an innovative building material. The winners were selected from more than 850...