Arts and Sciences News
Casey, A80, AG83, who led the nationally known baseball program for almost four decades, made high standards on and off the field the foundation for success.
A summer program at Tufts providing research work in mathematics for underrepresented students yields promising results for the future of the field.
The Collective Futures Fund, administered by Tufts University Art Galleries, has announced the inaugural recipients of grants for visual artists and artist-run activity in the Greater Boston area for public art and collaborative projects, totaling $80,000 in awards.
Lorgia García Peña is the new Mellon Associate Professor in the Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora; Amy Lischko is a new Professor of the Practice in the Department of Community Health; and Lawrence Uricchio is the new Youniss Family Assistant Professor of Innovation in the Department of Biology.
Diversity reaches all-time high with the new undergraduates and transfers.
Recognition of rhythmic patterns by zebra finches and other species may be linked to ability to learn and repeat vocalizations.
An outstanding group of faculty will join A&S for the 2021-2022 academic year.
A study led by Andrea Acevedo, an assistant professor of community health, finds concern about the impact of cost-control measures of Medicare program.
Jacob Wessel, A14, steers toward a more equitable future for the city’s public spaces.