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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

Jan 12, 2018

Assistant Professor of Music Frank Lehman finds complexity, character clues, and the definitive sound of evil in the music of "Star Wars"

Dec 19, 2017

Anna Christine, a Ph.D. candidate in the English Department, and Ex College graduate teaching fellow is teaching an Experimental College course, Comics and Graphic Novels: Theory and Practice.  

Dec 6, 2017

In a new book, Tufts cybersecurity expert Susan Landau says it’s more important than ever to protect our data and communications. 

Nov 14, 2017

Charlie Mace, assistant professor of chemistry, will pursue research that could potentially revolutionize the way blood samples are analyzed and stored in the field. 

Nov 14, 2017

Tufts University is a Grand Challenges Explorations winner, an initiative funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.  Charlie Mace, assistant professor of chemistry, will pursue research that could potentially revolutionize the way blood samples are analyzed and stored in the field.

Nov 13, 2017

The SMFA annual art sale, with works by both students and established artists, opens November 16. 

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Tufts In the News

Jan 17, 2018

Curbed
Justin Hollander
, associate professor in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, is quoted in this article on how machine learning and technology can inform urban design.
 

Jan 17, 2018

The Boston Globe
This is a feature on recent work, which is critical of "the corporatization of higher education," from SMFA Professor Chantal Zakari. 
 

Jan 16, 2018

Public Radio International
Dean of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Nancy Bauer is quoted in this commentary on the #MeToo movement in France.
 

Jan 10, 2018

Scientific American
This article profiles KinderLab Robotics, a company Child Study and Human Development Professor Marina Bers co-founded to develop robotics that teach coding to very young children. 
 

Jan 5, 2018

Smithsonian 
Art history Professor Christina Maranci is quoted in this article on the Temple of Garni, a rare Greco-Roman structure in Armenia. 

Jan 4, 2018

Artscope Magazine
This is an interview with Dean of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, Nancy Bauer

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