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A portrait of historian, educator, and artist Margaret Vendryes Expand As Dean of SMFA at Tufts, Margaret Vendryes Will Build on a Legacy

The teacher, historian, curator, and artist looks to a new chapter for the storied art school.

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The storefront of Espresso Pizza, a pizza restaurant in Medford that was popular among generations of Tufts students, which permanently closed in December 2021. Expand The End of an Era: Tufts Alumni Remember Espresso Pizza

Remembered as a touchstone of the Tufts experience for over 40 years, alumni share their memories of Espresso Pizza, a popular Medford restaurant that permanently closed in December 2021.

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An older woman talking with a doctor on her iPad, while holding up a prescription bottle. A Tufts study of older and chronically ill patients found some upside to remote health-care appointments, but many concerns Expand Telehealth Might Be Best as a Supplement to Office Visits, Not a Replacement

A new study by Tufts researchers suggests that for many older and chronically ill patients, telehealth appointments may be most effective when they augment in-person health-care visits rather than fully replace them.

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ncoming first-year students celebrate during the Global Orientation scavenger hunt
Diversity and Inclusion

"Tufts represents more than an opportunity to educate oneself. It offers a place to be oneself.”

— President Anthony P. Monaco

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Global Leadership

With more than 1,700 international students, 450 international faculty and scholars, and 6,000 alumni living outside of the United States, our global community is an essential part of our identity. 

Tufts is committed to global engagement and international research. 

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Michael Avery holds his patient, a Box Turtle, who is recuperating from a leg injury at the Tufts Wildlife Clinic

Our community thrives on embracing complex issues and marshaling the capacities of our unique constellation of schools to develop innovative approaches to local and global challenges.

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aylor Fasolo leads his group of students across campus during Kids Day
Societal Impact

We encourage our students, alumni, faculty and staff to connect with the community on local, national and global levels. Through leadership, partnership, mentorship, service and discussion, the active citizens of the Tufts community use their knowledge and research to develop solutions to social challenges. 

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New solar panels at the Cummings School for Veterinary Medicine

From class projects and cutting-edge research, to extracurricular activities and internships, sustainability is an integral part of Tufts life. We offer numerous opportunities to get involved in developing solutions to local and global sustainability challenges.  

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Owen Amadasun is hooded at theTufts University School of Medicine commencement ceremony
Transformative Experiences

We are committed to providing every student with ample opportunity for transformative experiences within and beyond the classroom.

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Tufts People

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Reclaiming a Whole Identity

Rachel Arlene Redeye Porter, F17, is exploring what it means to be Indigenous and helping others connect with who they are.

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Elizabeth Semmelhack, AG93, director and senior curator at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto
This Museum Director Focuses Solely on Shoes

From Renaissance platform shoes that were nearly two feet high to today’s virtual sneakers that can’t even be worn, Elizabeth Semmelhack, AG93, illuminates the many meanings of footwear.

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Madeleine Oudin in a lab. A professor and cancer researcher in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Tufts, she has been named a New Innovator by the National Institutes of Health.
Tufts Professor Wins New Innovator Grant for Cancer Research

Madeleine Oudin, an assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, received a $2.3 million award from the National Institutes of Health for her research into a critical pathway to tumor growth.

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Mary Money and Matthew Leonard, who is holding a trophy. As U.S. women’s rugby celebrates its 50-year anniversary, Mary Money reflects on her efforts to establish the sport at Tufts—and beyond
A Force on the Rugby Pitch

As U.S. women’s rugby celebrates its 50-year anniversary, Mary Money, E80, A17P, reflects on her efforts to establish the sport at Tufts—and beyond.

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Gabriel Perez, D23, stands outside Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.
As a Boy in Rural Mexico, His Life Was Changed by Dentists. Now Gabriel Perez Is Inspiring Others

With his student leadership and outreach efforts, Perez, D23, is determined to boost awareness of oral care in Hispanic communities.

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An Insider’s Guide to Latinx Theater

Noe Montez, chair of the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, shares the plays and shows that inspired him toward a career in Latinx theater and performance.

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Talia Quandelacy in an office. She uses her expertise as an epidemiologist to help raise awareness of inequities that affect health in urban areas and reservation communities
Bringing Attention to Native Americans Amid the Pandemic

Talia Quandelacy, A07, uses her expertise as an epidemiologist to help raise awareness of inequities that affect health in urban areas and reservation communities.

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Research by Michael Bruce, head of the CDC’s Arctic Investigations Program, and colleagues found a link between homes without running water and infections, leading to new grants to bring indoor plumbing to rural Alaskan communities. Photo: Courtesy of Mic
Keeping the Arctic a Step Ahead of the Next Health Crisis

Michael Bruce, M94, MG94, one of Alaska’s leading infectious disease research doctors, investigates COVID-19 and other threats to the state’s Indigenous peoples.

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Soledad Caballero, AG02, reads her poem
A Chilean-American Poet Describes Life in Translation

M. Soledad Caballero, AG02, explores memory, body, and identity in her first poetry collection, "I Was a Bell," which won the Benjamin Saltman Poetry Award.

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Bob Jones sitting on an outdoor deck. The only Black member of the Tufts Class of 1953, Bob Jones tells his life story growing up facing discrimination and obstacles, and never giving up.
Hurdling Over the Obstacles

The only Black member of the Tufts Class of 1953, one-time track star Bob Jones tells of his life growing up facing discrimination and barriers, and overcoming them all.

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