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A new fellowship at Cummings School is advancing the use of minimally invasive techniques and dialysis to treat serious illnesses in cats and dogs
Speaking at a Tisch College event, Pelosi talked about her career and her aspirations for young people today
Madina Agénor examines how social inequities related to race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender identity influence people’s access to life-saving services
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.
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.
Marta Gaglia, an assistant professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, is applying the approaches she has used to study viruses like influenza and herpes to better understand the virus that causes COVID-19.
Terrorism laws in the United States are outdated and need to change, Fletcher student Bennett Clifford, F21, argues in his new book on ISIS in America.
As an Indigenous student, Tylee Nez, E24, finds ways to educate the Tufts community about Native American issues, both past and present.
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.
Fletcher alumna Dalee Sambo Dorough advocates for Indigenous rights on the international stage.
Democratic strategist and author Zerlina Maxwell, A03, discusses how the country is changing—and how its politics should become more inclusive.
Designing lunar landing gear helped Tufts School of Engineering student Colby Azersky, E19, EG20, land a job with NASA.
Yuki Nakayama, V14, is helping Cummings School increase access to surgical care for pets whose owners otherwise couldn’t afford it—and giving students hands-on training in the process.