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In a wide-ranging discussion provided through Tisch College of Civic Life's Alan D. Solomont Lecture on Citizenship & Public Service, U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth didn’t hold back on topics from parenting to politics to the military.Read More
Renewable energy sources and smart devices could help stabilize energy prices and prevent shortages, says Amy Myers Jaffe, the managing director of the Climate Policy Lab at Tufts and a research professor at The Fletcher School.Read More
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In 1920, W.E.B. Du Bois helped found “The Brownies' Book,” the first publication of its kind. Now a Tufts professor is helping bring it long overdue attention
Danielle Lazore-Thompson, J96, shares her parents’ experience with boarding schools for Native American children and how, as an attorney, she helps her people protect their land
With his student leadership and outreach efforts, Perez, D23, is determined to boost awareness of oral care in Hispanic communities.
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.
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.
Talia Quandelacy, A07, uses her expertise as an epidemiologist to help raise awareness of inequities that affect health in urban areas and reservation communities.
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.
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.
Eva Bibas, BFA22, channels her lifelong passion for art into multimedia works that explore spirituality and connect her audience to her environment.
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.
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.
Rachel Arlene Redeye Porter, F17, is exploring what it means to be Indigenous and helping others connect with who they are.