Arts and Sciences News
Liberal arts skills are great assets in financial services, investment firm head Abigail Johnson, A17P, A20P, tells a Tufts audience.
The university will prohibit direct investment in coal and tar sands companies, invest up to $25 million in positive impact funds related to climate change, and more.
Democratic strategist and author Zerlina Maxwell, A03, discusses how the country is changing—and how its politics should become more inclusive.
Tufts recently held a week-long virtual hackathon where students turned data into compelling visualizations to help communities improve health.
While socially distancing on the water, Tufts rowers found new coaches: the river—and themselves.
The often-anonymous attacks on women speaking up on social media threaten not just them but our democracy, says Sarah Sobieraj, professor of sociology.
A team of Tufts computer science students, coached by an alum, won second place in a recent regional round of the Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge run by the Atlantic Council.
For Washington Post national arts reporter Geoff Edgers, A92, being stuck at home didn’t mean slowing down—he started a weekly Instagram Live show.
SMFA graduate Khaldoun Hijazin is appointed executive director of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman.