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Matt Casey, Associate Director, Graduate Career Services
Meet Matt Casey, Associate Director of Graduate Career Services

Matt Casey is the new associate director, graduate career services in the Tufts Career Center.

Denise LaRocca, OTD '19, gives the doctoral hooding address at the Tufts Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Lead With Your Heart

2019 GSAS doctoral hooding student address by Denise LaRocca, O.T.D. '19.

Jim Kanagy and Tom Varkey, GSAS alums
A Q&A with 2019 Graduate Alumni Award Winners

GSAS Alumni Tom Varkey, M.A. in Economics ’92, and Jim Kanagy, M.S. in Chemistry ’73 discuss their careers, their experiences at Tufts, and advice for current graduate students.

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From Tufts to Your Career

Javier Hurtado in the Balch Theatre From Tufts to the Stage

Javier Luis Hurtado, Ph.D. student in the Theatre and Performance Studies program, is a writer and performer delving into theater history at Tufts.

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.

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Tufts Now

Oct 10, 2019

Scientists find genetic variation that allows the moth to change its biological clock and adjust to shorter winters

Oct 10, 2019

Tufts University task force recommends implementation of a broad, strategic suite of mental health and wellness services at the university

Oct 7, 2019

What is an artist-book, and how far can it push convention? An exhibition at Tufts proves form is limited only by the imagination

Oct 7, 2019

A study from the Allen Discovery Center at Tufts and Harvard Medical School provides the first evidence of the functional role of bioelectricity in developing embryos

Oct 7, 2019

In the wake of a recent high-profile case, a Tufts psychologist weighs in on the role that bias plays in jury decisions

Oct 2, 2019

A program celebrating two decades of activism includes awards to Janetrix Hellen Amuguni and Jennifer Baldwin and a talk by U.S. Senator Edward Markey

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Tufts In the News

Sep 12, 2019

CNN.com International
This article mentions collaborative Tufts research examining the effectiveness of sit-stand desks in the workplace. Nancy Baker, associate professor of occupational therapy, was senior author.

Sep 6, 2019

MarketWatch
Brian Bethune
, lecturer, Department of Economics, is among the experts quoted in this article about expected interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve. 

Sep 5, 2019

The Economist
Elizabeth Foster
, associate professor, Department of History, comments on how today's African Catholic church is in some ways a by-product of French colonial policies. Foster is author of the new book African Catholic: Decolonization and the Transformation of the Church.

Aug 22, 2019

WBUR
Justin Hollander
, A96, professor in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, has written a commentary for NPR station WBUR's Cognoscenti. 

Aug 21, 2019

Associated Press
Brian Bethune
, lecturer, Department of Economics, comments on how the Federal Reserve needs to consider global economic weakness in deciding whether to cut interest rates. 

Aug 19, 2019

WBUR
Tufts Art Galleries' retrospective of late SMFA at Tufts faculty member Julie Graham is highlighted in this piece from WBUR.

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