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.
A virtual forum with Boston Globe art critic Cate McQuaid and three SMFA at Tufts alums is featured in this Boston.com list highlighting events happening this coming weekend. Attendees will get early access to the SMFA art sale.
The annual sale, a fundraiser for the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, will be held Nov. 9-23.
Grace Talusan, J94, author of “The Body Papers,” explores pandemic life, racial justice, and the immigrant tradition.
Dispatches from the Pandemic: Treating infected soldiers, feeding the hungry, sequencing virus genomes, and ensuring dental safety, Tufts graduates lead their communities through challenging times
Deborah Schildkraut, J95, professor and chair of the Department of Political Science, explains how to decipher the candidates’ approaches.
From colonial times to today, the demonization of outsiders has existed alongside the idea of the U.S. as a nation built by immigrants, says Tufts alumna Erika Lee, J91, a professor at the University of Minnesota.
Fifty years ago, Janice Lourie, J57, started a revolution in textile manufacturing with IBM’s first software patent, and now as an artist continues to transcend boundaries
Bookish: Barbara Shapiro, author of the bestseller The Art Forger and many other novels, talks about being “in love with story.”
To increase racial justice, we must get involved in politics, build a better diplomatic corps, and foster a more diverse Tufts, alumni argue