Events

Feb 21, 2020
Third in a series on grantsmanship, with a focus on academic grants: Learn about effective style for writing successful grants, with a focus on language, editing, and organization, led by experts with the Office of Proposal Development. Discuss how grant writing differs from other scholarly writing, how to edit for clarity and style, and how to convey complex information in limited space. Workshop take-aways include: specific writing guidelines for grants, practice writing concisely and clearly, opportunities to work on grants students are actively writing with feedback from Office of Research Development staff. A light meal will be served. This is a NOD workshop. View additional resources on this and other professional development topics online.
Feb 25, 2020
This workshop will explore the idea of what mentorship is and can be in graduate school. Participants and panelists will consider how their own identities as mentors and mentees inform and shape these important relationships. Through self-reflection and a panel discussion, participants will learn strategies for finding mentors, what questions to ask to optimize their own learning in mentorship relationships, how to self-assess their own needs, and more. In the latter part of the workshop, tools will be presented to help participants strategically and authentically negotiate their constellation of mentors. A light meal will be served. This is a NOD workshop. View additional resources on this and other professional development topics online.
Feb 26, 2020
We all spend time with spreadsheets in Excel: learn how to make that time more productive and less painful! This session will talk about best practices for formatting data for different purposes and cover a variety of tips & tricks for storing, sharing, visualizing and analyzing your data in Excel. A light meal will be served. This is a NOD workshop. View additional resources on this and other professional development topics online.
Feb 26, 2020
An on-campus event where you will learn how our MS in Innovation & Management program provides you with the business, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills you need to make an impact in the world through technology—all in just one year of full-time study! Discover our Dual Degree program, where you can earn both an MSIM & a technical master's in just two years! Tufts undergraduate students also have the opportunity to enroll in our BS/MS combined degree program for additional benefits.
Feb 26, 2020
An on-campus event where you will learn how our MS in Innovation & Management program provides you with the business, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills you need to make an impact in the world through technology—all in just one year of full-time study! Discover our Dual Degree program, where you can earn both an MSIM & a technical master's in just two years! Tufts undergraduate students also have the opportunity to enroll in our BS/MS combined degree program for additional benefits.
Mar 1, 2020
Hear from SMFA alumni Perla Mabel and Louis Meola, and co-curator Juan Omar Rodriguez, a recent alum of the the Department of the History of Art and Architecture at Tufts, as they discuss the "SMFA at Tufts: Juried Student Exhibition 2019-2020."
Mar 6, 2020
Tufts University School of Engineering Graduate Admitted Students Day is an opportunity for admitted MS and PhD applicants to meet faculty and current graduate students on March 6th from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Registration and a light breakfast will begin at 9:30 AM, followed by a welcome from Dr. Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Education. You will have the opportunity to hear from our Graduate Student Panel and Engineering Career Panel, followed by lunch and a campus tour. Departmental programming will begin at 1:45 pm.
Mar 6, 2020
On March 6th from 9:30am to 2pm, the School of Engineering will host an open house for accepted engineering master’s, post-bac and certificate students. The day will consist of the following: 9:30 A.M. - Registration 10:30 A.M. - Welcome 10:45 A.M - Lighting Talks with School of Engineering graduate students 11:15 A.M. - Engineering Career Panel with Tufts Alums 12:00 P.M. - Lunch with graduate students and faculty from departments 12:45 P.M. - Campus Tour 1:45 P.M. - Break 2:00 P.M - Department Programming
Mar 6, 2020
Tufts University School of Engineering Graduate Admitted Students Day is an opportunity for admitted MS and PhD applicants to meet faculty and current graduate students on March 6th from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Registration and a light breakfast will begin at 9:30 AM, followed by a welcome from Dr. Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Education. You will have the opportunity to hear from our Graduate Student Panel and Engineering Career Panel, followed by lunch and a campus tour. Departmental programming will begin at 1:45 pm.
Mar 6, 2020
On March 6th from 9:30am to 2pm, the School of Engineering will host an open house for accepted engineering master’s, post-bac and certificate students. The day will consist of the following: 9:30 A.M. - Registration 10:30 A.M. - Welcome 10:45 A.M - Lighting Talks with School of Engineering graduate students 11:15 A.M. - Engineering Career Panel with Tufts Alums 12:00 P.M. - Lunch with graduate students and faculty from departments 12:45 P.M. - Campus Tour 1:45 P.M. - Break 2:00 P.M - Department Programming
Mar 6, 2020
Learn to avoid and deal with stumbling blocks shared by many in graduate school, like stress, procrastination, and feeling overwhelmed. Led by the Counseling and Mental Health Center, this workshop is a confidential space that uses case studies and peer discussion to discuss strategies and approaches to anticipating and managing these challenges. Workshop takeaways include: information on how to identify how negative thoughts affect emotions and behavior, tips and strategies on how to approach challenges in a healthy manner, and ideas on how to begin managing stress. A light meal will be served. This is a NOD workshop. View additional resources on this and other professional development topics online.
Mar 7, 2020
An in-person event on the Tufts University campus where you can learn more about both our on-campus and online MS in Engineering Management programs! Choose between two different programs, each with customizable offerings like electives and length to graduation, to best suit your lifestyle. Meet faculty, alumni, and our admissions staff to get your questions about curriculum or the application process answered directly.

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