Working in Arts and Sciences
To work in the School of Arts and Sciences is to be a member of a diverse and vibrant intellectual community committed to making a positive impact on the world. You work with academically-talented and energetic students, high impact scholars and researchers, dedicated and inspiring teachers, and talented and creative staff members.
The School's main campus is located on Tufts' Medford/Somerville Campus, which is alive with exhibitions, speakers, concerts, and performances. This campus is located less than one mile from Davis Square, an active urban center with cafés, shops, and restaurants, served by the "T", Boston's public transit system. A short subway ride brings you to the attractions and neighborhoods of Cambridge and Boston. The School's other campus is the Boston Fine Arts Campus in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston, which is home to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts Univeristy.
The below links provide useful information for prospective faculty and staff. Current faculty and staff should visit this resource page.
The School of Arts and Sciences takes justifiable pride in the high quality of its instruction at the undergraduate and graduate level. Our faculty members delight in conveying the excitement of academic discovery both at the introductory level, where our students master concepts and critical thinking, and at the more advanced level, where students discover the rewards and rigors of research, whether in archives, in the laboratory, or in the field.
Staff members at Tufts School of Arts and Sciences play integral roles in the administrative, research, and strategic functions of the university. We offer a wide range of employment opportunities to support this diverse academic environment. Please visit the Careers at Tufts website to explore job opportunities and apply for a position.