Arts and Sciences News
The Professor and Chair of the Department of Drama and Dance wins two prestigious awards from the American Theatre and Drama Society
Francis Hazel, A41, one of the few African American students in his class, looks back on a life of challenge, friendship, and accomplishment
The degree offered by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences is designed for both full-time students and working professionals
From robots to bee pollen, Summer Scholars are learning the value of research firsthand with Tufts faculty
The School of Medicine clinical professor emeritus was a pioneer in hand surgery in New England
An impressive group of faculty will join A&S in fall 2018
Students learn to do the math to counter gerrymandering in this summer’s Voting Rights Data Institute
Why do Republican voters disapprove of compromise more than Democrats?
Primate researcher Ruth Davis’s death under mysterious circumstances in 1969 is the focus of a new book by Dale Peterson, lecturer in the English department.