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Wind turbines in the water
New Master's Degree in Offshore Wind Energy Engineering

Tufts will offer the nation’s first graduate program dedicated to engineering for offshore wind power.

Silas Pinto, a senior lecturer in the Department of Education, leads a class that is part of the new graduate program in diversity and inclusion leadership.
Leading with Divesity

Tufts master’s program in diversity and inclusion leadership addresses a growing need for expertise in the field

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New Grad Degrees in Computer Engineering and Data Science

Tufts expands engineering graduate programs to meet the growing demand for computer and data science skills.

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From Tufts to Your Career

Abhishek Verma, a student in Tufts' Diversity and Inclusion Leadership M.A. program, at an on campus event From Tufts to Diversity and Inclusion Leadership

Before coming to Tufts, Abhishek Verma, a student in the Diversity and Inclusion Leadership master’s program, was an HR professional looking to broaden his experience in the field. Now he’s working with Tufts Chief Diversity Officer on diversity and inclusion initiatives across campus.

Ph.D. candidate Joanne Lin in the CLIC building at Tufts University From Tufts to Teaching Code

As a doctoral student in Mathematics, Joanne Lin developed deep interests in coding, data science, and teaching that are shaping her future career choices and are making an impact on programming at Tufts.

Amanda Strawhacker works with local children on a research study at the Boston Museum of Science From Tufts to STEM Advocate

Tufts Ph.D. candidate Amanda Strawhacker is helping to develop a tool to foster a love for science, technology, engineering and math in young children

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Tufts Now

Apr 11, 2019

At the W. Van Alan Clark, Jr. Library at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, books take on many forms

Apr 9, 2019

NASA engineering manager Debbie Martinez speaks to Tufts students about STEM careersand perservering

Apr 2, 2019

Award-winning actress and activist among five honorary degree recipients

Mar 29, 2019

Michael Downing, lecturer in the Department of English, has a new novel, “Still in Love,” in which a creative writing class is the setting—and the crucible for change

Mar 26, 2019

Tufts lecturer in the Department of English Grace Talusan illuminates the truths of illness, abuse, and immigrant life in her new memoir

Mar 18, 2019

Neuroscientist Klaus Miczek is working on stopping the brain system that creates a craving for alcohol and drugs in times of stress

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Tufts In the News

Apr 3, 2019

The Philadelphia Tribune
Hugh Roberts
, professor of history, is quoted regarding the reputation of Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who has resigned as president of Algeria following weeks of mass protests. 

Apr 3, 2019

FiveThirtyEight
Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy Keren Ladin is quoted throughout this article examining inequities in the organ donation system. 

Apr 2, 2019

Talk Media News
Professor of Economics Gilbert Metcalf comments on the launch of Canada's national carbon tax program. 

 
Apr 1, 2019

WHYY.org
SMFA Professor of the Practice David Antonio Cruz comments on growing up in Fairhill, Philadelphia's poorest neighborhood, where he learned art at the Latino cultural arts center Taller Puertorriqueño. 

Mar 31, 2019

PBS NewsHour
This article mentions a report by Moon Duchin, associate professor of mathematics, that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf used to reject a state GOP-drawn redistricting map.

Mar 29, 2019

Bloomberg Law
Keren Ladin, assistant professor of occupational therapy and vice chair of the ethics committee for the organ transplant nonprofit OPTN, comments on potential changes to organ transplant policies. 

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