Children with serious illnesses are matched with Jumbo athletic teams, benefitting kids and student-athletes alike, thanks to Team IMPACT, which was co-founded by Tufts alums.Read More
When countries rush to secure vaccine shots for their own populations while ignoring global needs, it only delays the end of the pandemic, say international health experts.Read More
Sociologist and entrepreneurial evangelist Dr. Ali Trachtman Hill, J98, encourages women to work for themselves and define success on their own terms.Read More
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Whether it’s a pork chop for Frances McDormand or Christmas cookies for Johnny Depp, Tufts graduate Christine Tobin whips up camera-ready food that actors can really sink their teeth into
Najah Walton, a Ph.D. student at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, is already mentoring younger students interested in careers in science
A pilot project led by a Tufts student uses QR codes to help people sort out what's trash and what really belongs in the bin
Whether the job calls for power tools or perennials, Kate Fuller, Tufts’ first-ever female groundskeeper, gets it done.
Democratic strategist and author Zerlina Maxwell, A03, discusses how the country is changing—and how its politics should become more inclusive.
In honor of Women’s History Month, Fletcher School’s first female dean reflects on her life, career, and why this is a moment for women’s leadership.
School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts graduate Khaldoun Hijazin aims to “democratize the appreciation of art” in his new role as executive director of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman.
Madina Agénor, the inaugural Gerald R. Gill Assistant Professor of Race, Culture, and Society, examines how social inequities related to race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender identity influence people’s access to life-saving services.
Alumna Jennifer O'Malley Dillon, White House deputy chief of staff for President Biden, shared lessons from the virtual campaign trail and more in the first Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series event of 2021.
For the Washington Post's Geoff Edgers, A92, being stuck at home didn’t mean slowing down—he's started a weekly Instagram Live show to prove it.
Political strategist and activist Wilnelia Rivera, A04, AG14, the inaugural recipient of the Lyon and Bendheim Citizenship Award presented by Tisch College of Civic Life, is fighting for change in our cities—and on the ballot.
Designing lunar landing gear helped Tufts School of Engineering student Colby Azersky, E19, EG20, land a job with NASA.
Sonia Raman, J96, learned to coach basketball while she was a student at Tufts, but she didn’t see coaching as a career option. Now, she is the first Indian American woman to coach in the NBA.