Chantal Zakari, a professor of the practice at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, recently published Drop Dead Gorgeous, her new artist's new book challenging how COVID-19 illustrations are perceived.Read More
The Tufts University School of Engineering has reaffirmed the crucial importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in a plan of action to combat racism and other forms of discrimination at the school.Read More
With many summer internships in computer science gone due to COVID-19, the Tufts community stepped up and created a new way of learning skills—and helping others.Read More
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In our series with writers on reading, the professor and author of “Miyazakiworld: A Life in Art” talks about books that inspired her
In a Tell Me More podcast, a Buddhist monk, a long-distance hiker, and other seclusion-seekers give advice for getting by in times of isolation
The effects of the atomic bomb are still felt in Japan and the world, 75 years later
Sean Harrington, A14, managed the software team for the Patriots, and now he’s got a startup focused on nutrition for top athletes.
Daniel Caron, A20, discovers how some insects sense and respond to pain, and may have created a new model for scientists.
Emal Lesha, a recent graduate from the Tufts School of Medicine, talks about his path from Albania to matching to a residency in neurosurgery.
Tragedy threatened to derail Lisha Shakya-Lee’s dream of becoming a dentist—until her community at Tufts stepped up.
Veterinary assistant Kate Jolly—a Tufts at Tech alum—is the glue holding clinicians, owners, and students together in the Foster Hospital ER.
India Napier, V20, channeled her passion for diversity and inclusion into a STEM program for under-privileged elementary students.
As dean of clinical affairs at Tufts School of Medicine, obstetrician Henry Klapholz knows how to deliver on a good medical education.
Wiku Adisasmito, an adjunct professor at Tufts' Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, leads the fight against the novel coronavirus in the world’s fourth-largest nation.
Christine Jost, a Cummings School and Fletcher School alum, works to get U.S. aid where it’s needed to fight COVID-19, locusts, and other emergencies across the globe.
Tufts undergrad Saherish Surani, A21, interviewed people new to the country for her book "The Stories of U.S."