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Producing three plays amid COVID-19—and addressing the crisis of racism—required a lot of inventive thinking for drama staff and student actors.
An accomplished group of faculty will join A&S for the 2020-2021 academic year.
A new study on chimpanzee social behavior by primatologist Zarin Machanda, Usen Family Career Development Assistant Professor, shows similarities to human friendship patterns.
The Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora welcomes two accomplished faculty members and looks ahead to a promising future.
A new consortium to explore the inner workings of our brains will further Daniel Dennett’s legacy at Tufts
Who gets to tell the story of the past? It’s a question that has transformed the Tufts curriculum.
Stephanie Badde is the new Stibel Family Assistant Professor of Brain and Cognitive Science in the Department of Psychology, Kasso Akochaye Okoudjou is a new professor in the Department of Mathematics, and Steve Cicala is a new assistant professor in the Department of Economics.
The annual sale, a fundraiser for the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, will be held Nov. 9-23.
Lisa Shin, professor of psychology, talks about the difference between trauma and stress and what to do about it.
News from A&S
Gilbert Metcalf, professor of economics, is lead researcher on the Center for State Policy Analysis at Tisch College's new report which estimates the potential impact of the Transportation Climate Initiative.
This segment, which features Dean of Arts and Sciences Jim Glaser, profiles A&S alum Jennifer O'Malley Dillon who was President-elect Joe Biden's campaign manager and has now been named his deputy chief of staff.
Christina Maranci, Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Professor of Armenian Art and Architecture, has written this op-ed for the Wall Street Journal about the dire situation in Armenia and the need to project the region's cultural heritage. (Subscription required)
Tufts faculty weigh in on the prospects for incoming Biden administration policies and for the political future of the U.S..
Virtual ceremony on Memorial Steps is available for viewing by all.
A new cross-school initiative at Tufts aims to change how we teach data science in STEM and non-STEM disciplines alike.
Bookish: Michelle Bowdler, executive director of health and wellness, talks about her book “Is Rape a Crime?”, what led to write later in life, and the books that matter most to her.
The presidential election shows the standoff in our national politics is growing more serious, says Tufts political scientist
Tufts COVID education ambassadors encourage mask wearing and social distancing to improve safety for students on campus and residents in the community
Athletics staff serve as case managers offering assistance and advice for students living in temporary housing.
Explore the many opportunities for students and other members of the Tufts community to experience the outcome of the 2020 election safely.
New research from Zarin Machanda, Usen Family Career Development Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, is highlighted in an article in the New York Times.