Arts and Sciences News
In the wake of police killings of Black Americans, a political science class takes students beyond the headlines.
Aaron, who received an honorary degree from Tufts in 2000, overcame persistent racism to become the home run hero of the nation.
A lecturer in the Department of English and prolific writer, he taught creative writing at Tufts for 20 years.
Wilnelia Rivera, A04, AG14, talks to a Tufts audience about fighting for change in our cities—and on the ballot.
The prestigious fellowship supports exceptional individuals who want to pursue careers in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Erik Hoel, research assistant professor at Tufts’ Allen Discovery Center, draws on machine learning and evolutionary science in his hypothesis about our nightly visits to dreamland.
Renowned poet Claudia Rankine talks in the Beckwith Lecture at Tufts about how language and imagery has been—and continues to be—misused in America.
A photo from the archives inspires memories of a Tufts dean teaching young men their way around the kitchen.
Liberal arts skills are great assets in financial services, investment firm head Abigail Johnson, A17P, A20P, tells a Tufts audience.