Arts and Sciences News
- Survey: Despite Similar Levels of Vaccine Hesitancy, White People More Likely to Be Vaccinated Than Black People
New nationwide survey by Tufts University researchers finds those most hesitant are younger, less educated and more likely to trust former President Donald Trump; also finds racial divide in access to vaccine.
Biologists have discovered the gene controlling the mating preference of male European corn borer moths for the female sex pheromone.
The university will become a member of the Association of American Universities.
Growing up in Kentucky, Sara and I felt like outsiders. After we moved North for college, meeting again was the friendship equivalent of falling in love.
Headgear for health care workers didn’t cover everyone’s needs. One dentist decided to change that.
Arriving as an international student four years ago, Boris Sorkin, A21, quickly adjusted to life at Tufts, excelling in the classroom and on the tennis court.
Three teams won NESCAC championships, and a total of nine are headed to NCAA and other national tournaments.
Heather Nathans, the Nathan and Alice Gantcher Professor, Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, will become the next Dean of Academic Affairs for the School of Arts and Sciences, effective September 1, 2021
Misfiring neurons in specific regions of the bird brain leads to stuttering patterns, and provides a model to explore treatments to restore normal speech.