Arts and Sciences News
Tufts organized meals for students staying on campus over Thanksgiving, with help from local restaurants.
Need something good to read? Tufts faculty, staff, and alumni share their favorite books, from recent titles to classics.
New research from Steve Cicala, assistant professor, Department of Economics, examines the phenomenon of increased residential electric usage as more people worked remotely and avoided community activities in 2020.
When COVID-19 derailed their summer plans, these Tufts students were awarded grant funding from Tisch College for projects to help their communities instead.
Mary Morris, J69, talks about her memoir “All the Way to the Tigers,” books that inspired her to become a writer, and what she’s reading now.
Gilbert Metcalf, professor of economics, is lead researcher on the Center for State Policy Analysis at Tisch College's new report which estimates the potential impact of the Transportation Climate Initiative.
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.
Producing three plays amid COVID-19—and addressing the crisis of racism—required a lot of inventive thinking for drama staff and student actors.
Christina Maranci, Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Professor of Armenian Art and Architecture, has written this op-ed for the Wall Street Journal about the dire situation in Armenia and the need to project the region's cultural heritage. (Subscription required)