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Author Nina Sankovich, J84, once embarked on a self-healing journey to read a book a day for a year. Today, her devotion to stories continues.
A study of older and chronically ill patients led by Keren Ladin, associate professor of Occupational Therapy and Community Health, found some upside but many concerns about remote appointments, especially for people of color.
The increase comes in virtually every demographic group, creating the largest and most diverse applicant pool ever.
Danilo Marchesini, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, explains the rocky remnants from the birth of our solar system.
Elaine Chen helps Tufts students learn the skills and outlook to innovate in any arena.
Through his famous bust of Martin Luther King Jr. and beyond, the artist and Tufts alumnus celebrated the dignity and humanity of Black Americans.
Center for State Policy Analysis at Tufts University's Tisch College describes how the November 2022 ballot question would affect state revenues and public investments, predicts how high-earners might respond.
In February, the Leading While Black project will honor eight luminaries who transformed governance and advanced equity and excellence at the university over the past 50 years.
Misinformation may spread like a disease, while previously held beliefs limit influence of new information.