Arts and Sciences News
The latest version of xenobots can swim, heal, record information—and create new versions of themselves.
In 1920, W.E.B. Du Bois helped found “The Brownies' Book,” the first publication of its kind. Now Associate Professor of Sociology Freeden Blume Oeur is helping bring it long overdue attention.
A preview shows an amiable, vibrant academic building, with vistas of the Medford/Somerville campus and Boston.
A decade-long research-practice partnership between the Eliot-Pearson Department and ABCD Head Start has improved science education for children and professional development for teachers.
Danielle Lazore-Thompson, J96, shares her parents’ experience with boarding schools for Native American children and how, as an attorney, she helps her people protect their land.
Tufts delegates describe what frustrated and inspired them at the U.N. conference in Glasgow.
As Nancy Bauer prepares to step down, she leaves a legacy of advancing art education for Tufts students amid record growth.
Talia Quandelacy, A07, uses her expertise as an epidemiologist to help raise awareness of inequities that affect health in urban areas and reservation communities.
The new student-produced show runs at Cohen Auditorium through November 14.