Arts and Sciences News
In the clinic he helped found, Robbie Goldstein serves a population long disenfranchised by the health care system.
Gina McCarthy, AG81, is the National Climate Advisor, continuing a long career of work focused on solutions to environmental issues.
The university is named a top producer of Fulbright students for 2021-2022 in the competitive national program.
Tufts Art Galleries holds its first Art Datathon to examine how gender, race, and artistic mediums are represented in the university’s collection.
Tufts graduates describe the harrowing journey of young women who fled from the Taliban--and how an international network mobilized to respond.
State immigrant policies matter and creating a sense of belonging for all residents builds stronger feelings of inclusion, as seen by a new study of Arizona and New Mexico from Professor of Political Science Deborah Schildkraut.
The "See No Stranger" author will address the Tufts community on March 28.
In the early 1980s, artists across the country united to confront U.S. intervention in Central America in a movement documented by a new exhibition at Tufts.
It is a concept that urges us to place justice at the center of any effort toward environmental sustainability, says Julian Agyeman, Fletcher Professor of Rhetoric and Debate, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.