From selling scrubs in parking lots to trading her company’s shares on Wall Street, Trina Spear, A05, is shaping the future of female entrepreneurship and the medical apparel industry.
Historian Erika Lee, J91, details the long ugly history of discrimination against Asian Americans, how it continues today, and what can be done about it.
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.
Rosanna Xia, A11, and Terry D. Castleman, E16, were nominated for their reporting for the Los Angeles Times.
"Alvisa uses the self-portrait to transmit an emotional rather than a photo-realistic truth," says the New Yorker's Doreen St. Félix of SMFA alumna Alicia Rodriguez Alvisa, BFA '18, in an article on Alvisa's series "You Are There, Are you there?, There You Are".
Bill and Joyce Cummings’ gift brings both a new academic center and stunning gateway to Tufts
Rachel Martel, A17, and Avni Mittal, A17, have both published their undergraduate research in scholarly journals.
A new endowed scholarship from active alumnus Steven Koltai will help community college students continue their education at Tufts.
Tufts alumni organize an entrepreneurship and technology summit in San Francisco on June 14