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Rachael Bonoan, Ph.D. recipient from the Department of Biology at Tufts University gives the GSAS doctoral hooding address
Stay Curious

2018 GSAS Doctoral Hooding Student Address by Rachael Bonoan, Ph.D. recipient from the Department of Biology.

BSOT class of 1923
A Century of Care and Innovation

The Department of Occupational Therapy Celebrates Its Centennial

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. 

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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

Jul 19, 2018

The current requirement for social support disproportionately affects people of color, low-income, and rural patients according to research conducted by Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy Keren Ladin and colleagues at the School of Medicine. 

Jul 16, 2018

Students learn to do the math to counter gerrymandering in this summer's Voting Rights Data Institute. 

Jun 27, 2018
Tufts University is one of the most inventive universities in the world, according to a new ranking compiled by the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) and the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO). The ranking is based on patents granted in the United States during 2017. 

 

Jun 21, 2018

A noted researcher and activist, Zella Luria taught psychology at Tufts for forty years. 

Jun 18, 2018

Reusing abandoned properties can transform those spaces—and whole cities, says Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Justin Hollander.

Jun 11, 2018
OPEC and Russia say they are trying to boost oil prices by lowering production, but the real reasons for the current price increase lie elsewhere says Professor of Economics Gilbert Metcalf

 

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Tufts In the News

Jul 3, 2018

A team of Tufts researchers from the School of Engineering and the Friedman School of Nutrition and Policy is developing an artificial intelligence incorporated with computer vision techniques to report nutrient intake.

Jun 27, 2018

Business Mirror
Sara Lewis, professor of biology, is quoted in this article about the annual appearance of synchronous fireflies in North America. 
 

Jun 26, 2018

Frontiers
Ph.D. student Vasanth Sarathy theorizes about the role the environment plays in real world problem-solving. 

Jun 25, 2018

National Geographic
Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Sheldon Krimsky comments on the complexities behind the controversial use of DNA samples to reunite migrant children with biological family members. 

Jun 25, 2018

Big Think
Professor of Psychology Aniruddh Patel comments on new research suggesting that musical training, specifically on piano, leads to improved word discrimination among kindergarteners. 

Jun 22, 2018

The Conversation
English Professor Christina Sharpe and visual and conceptual artist Lorna Simpson discuss the artist’s work exploring race, gender and identity. Simpson recently received the SMFA Medal for “creative excellence in visual art, art history and arts advocacy.” 

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