Arts and Sciences News
AdolfoCuevas, assistant professor of community health, is first author on the study, whose findings could help drive public health policy on reducing impact of discrimination on mental health.
Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, J98, recalled her Tufts softball days and shared lessons from the virtual campaign trail as part of Tisch College’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
Staff photographer documents the transformation caused by the pandemic at the university’s campuses.
An exhibition at Tufts University Art Galleries is included on the Boston Globe's list of best museum shows of 2020.
Nik Karns participated in collaborative research which examined disproportionate barriers facing people of color who aspire to open and operate charter schools.
Tufts Biology students publish research on leafcutter ants in peer-reviewed journal.
Milo Koretsky to join Tufts School of Engineering and Tufts School of Arts and Sciences as the inaugural McDonnell Family Bridge Professor.
In the aftermath of the wider reckoning with racism in America, some Tufts teams are using their virtual time together to become more informed about the issues.
- Tufts Professor Brings Grandparents Into The Classroom Via Zoom, And Gives Everyone A Lesson In Staying Connected
In WGBH news segment, Professor of Political Science Eitan Hersh discusses how inviting his grandfather to participate in one of his Zoom classes led to some of his students inviting their own grandparents to join as well.