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A map of the globe with locations that Tufts University graduate students have traveled to conferences
Graduate Students Travel to Conferences Around the World

Each year, arts, sciences, and engineering graduate students travel to professional conferences across the globe with support from the AS&E Graduate Student Travel Fund. 

Tufts University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Math Ph.D. alum Aaron Brown
No Longer Just Conjecture

UChicago math star Aaron Brown, Ph.D. '11, has made a breakthrough on a long-dormant mathematical conjecture. He credits Tufts with putting him on the path to success. 

Statue of Jumbo the Elephant on Tufts campus.
Introducing the Mentor Collective

Master's students Jiyoung Song and Wanjin Wu share the impact that the Mentor Collective has had on their experiences.

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From Tufts to Your Career

Matt Marber From Tufts to Product Design

Matt Marber, a master's student in Human Factors, researches ergonomic product design.

Bees being studied by Biology Ph.D. candidate at Tufts University Rachael Bonoan From Tufts to Bee Nutritionist

Biology Ph.D. candidate Rachael Bonoan looks for clues into honey bee colony declines using hives on the Grafton campus.

Harjinder Singh with his guitar in Tufts World Music Room. From Tufts to New Grooves

Harjinder Singh, master’s student in Ethnomusicology, explores music and dance traditions around the world

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Tufts Now

Apr 19, 2018

A new book by Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Julian Agyeman examines how the vendors reflect complex food systems and issues such as class and poverty. 

Apr 17, 2018

Natalie Shapero, professor of the practice of poetry in the English department, explains what poetry means to her. 

Apr 2, 2018

At a Tufts workshop, students learned how to lead people with Parkinson's disease in movement therapy. 

Mar 28, 2018

From Hemingway to Pound, the 1920s marked a big shift in American literature, according to a new book by Ichiro Takayoshi, an associate professor of English. 

Mar 20, 2018

An interview with Associate Professor of English Sonia Hofkosh, who is helping mark the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. 

Mar 12, 2018

Assistant Professor Madeleine Oudin brings a biologist’s perspective to biomedical engineering to fight cancer metastasis and drug resistance. 

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Tufts In the News

Apr 19, 2018

Smithsonian.com
Professor of Engineering Fiorenzo Omenetto is quoted in this article exploring the potential for the dental sensor that he and team developed. The sensor can track and wirelessly transmit information on one's dietary intake. 

Apr 16, 2018

The Edvocate
Professor of Child Study and Human Development Marina Bers has been named a top 20 global "edtech" influencer of 2018. 

Apr 11, 2018

WGBH News
In this "All Things Considered" interview, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning James Jennings discusses the impact of the 50-year-old Fair Housing Act on Boston. 
 

Apr 6, 2018

The New York Times
Associate Professor of Music Stephan Pennington is quoted about the evolution of same-sex pronouns in popular music. 

Apr 5, 2018

The Berkshire Eagle
Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Justin Hollander is profiled about his new book An Ordinary City, a case study of the population decline of New Bedford, MA. 

Mar 22, 2018

ABC News
Engineer Fiorenzo Omenetto, along with Tufts researchers, have developed miniaturized sensors that, once directly mounted on a tooth, can wirelessly transmit information on glucose, salt and alcohol intake. Omenetto is quoted in this article.

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