9 hours ago

Attend Tufts Global Reach in Berlin May 4-6! ...

Attend Tufts Global Reach in Berlin May 4-6! Discuss today's most pressing global issues with Institute for Global Leadership Director Abi Williams, attend Sol Gittleman's lecture on Germany, and learn about exciting Tufts updates from President Monaco.

    Tufts Global Reach
    Launched in 2016, Tufts Global Reach is a weekend-long program of intellectual, social and cultural events. Activities range from talks with industry experts, to faculty lectures, to tours and excursions unique to each event's host city. All alumni, parents, and friends of Tufts are encouraged to attend - especially those living farthest from the Hill.
    https://alumniandfriends.tufts.edu

13 hours ago

Travel with fellow Jumbos from the Adriatic s...

Travel with fellow Jumbos from the Adriatic sea to one of the world’s longest caves, and from open-air markets to medieval castles on a Tufts Travel Learn trip to Croatia and Slovenia May 7-21!

    Croatia & Slovenia
    Join us for 15 magical days in a land where mountain meets sea, empires rub shoulders, history is measured in millennia, and natural beauty abounds at every turn. Our small group will take a deep dive into the many wonders of Croatia and Slovenia, from glittering Adriatic seas to one of the world's longest caves, and from exuberant open-air markets to a fairytale medieval castle.
    https://alumniandfriends.tufts.edu

15 hours ago

History professor Kendra Field's new book "Gr...

History professor Kendra Field's new book "Growing Up with the Country: Family, Race, and Nation after the Civil War" tells the story of the post-Civil War migration by African Americans to Indian Territory. #BlackHistoryMonth

    In Search of a More Free Place
    When Kendra Field was growing up in New Jersey, her grandmother told her stories about her own grandfather, Thomas Jefferson Brown, an African American who migrated from the U.S. South to Indian Territory-current-day Oklahoma-in 1870 in search of a more free place.
    http://now.tufts.edu

31 hours ago

Christopher Golden, alum and two-time Bram St...

Christopher Golden, alum and two-time Bram Stoker Award winner, shared the secrets of a successful writing career with a Tufts audience.

    Let's Talk Vampires and Aliens
    On a typical day, writer Christopher Golden, A89, might have a half dozen projects on his plate, and there's certainly no time for writer's block.
    http://now.tufts.edu

34 hours ago

Award winning figure skater and Fletcher Scho...

Award winning figure skater and Fletcher School alum Michelle Kwan discusses gender equality at the Winter Olympics, sports diplomacy, and lacing up her skates after nearly eight-years.

    Breaking Olympic Barriers
    The daughter of working-class immigrant parents, figure skater Michelle Kwan, F11, often performed in homemade costumes because money was tight. Yet her skill and determination led her to become the most award-winning U.S. figure skater ever: a two-time Olympic medalist, five-time world champion, and nine-time U.S. champion.
    http://now.tufts.edu

35 hours ago

Tufts University shared Governor Tom Wolf's p...

Tufts' Moon Duchin helped Governor Tom Wolf with Pennsylvania’s revised congressional redistricting map. Read her analysis: www.governor.pa.gov/congressional-maps

    Governor Tom Wolf
    Last night, I submitted a map to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that combines features of legislative map submissions, but was analyzed by a gerrymandering expert and found to be statistically more...
    https://www.facebook.com

36 hours ago

Alum Rob Brockman started a karate program fo...

Alum Rob Brockman started a karate program for pediatric oncology patients at the Floating Hospital for Children, a Tufts University School of Medicine teaching hospital.

    Kids Give Cancer a Karate Chop
    Young cancer patients don't have too much control over their health, but studies have found that practicing martial arts can help alleviate the pain associated with their disease.
    http://now.tufts.edu

36 hours ago

Due to the President's Day Holiday, there wil...

Due to the President's Day Holiday, there will be NO late night at Carmichael and Commons this Friday (2/16) and Saturday (2/17). Commons will be closing at 10pm on these days.

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38 hours ago

Not Business as Usual

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    Not Business as Usual
    Jack Derby, long-time professor of the practice in entrepreneurial marketing and sales, understands what makes some businesses tick with the precision of a Swiss watch and why even the most earnest startups often fail. As the former CEO of multiple companies, including several startups, he has forty-plus years' experience running businesses and honing management strategies.
    http://now.tufts.edu

39 hours ago

Tufts Alumni shared Tufts University's photo....

Congratulations to Knight-Hennessy scholar and alum Abuzar Royesh! He will pursue a master’s degree in international policy studies at Stanford University.

    Tufts University
    Congratulations to alum Abuzar Royesh who was selected for Stanford University's Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, which offers full graduate degree funding for leaders who aim to solve the world's...
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39 hours ago

Congratulations to alum Abuzar Royesh who was...

Congratulations to alum Abuzar Royesh who was selected for Stanford University's Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, which offers full graduate degree funding for leaders who aim to solve the world’s most difficult problems. Learn more: https://knight-hennessy.stanford.edu/program/scholars/abuzar-royesh

    Tufts University
    Congratulations to alum Abuzar Royesh who was selected for Stanford University's Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program, which offers full graduate degree funding for leaders who aim to solve the world's...
    https://www.facebook.com

2 days ago

Figure skating phenom and Fletcher School alu...

Figure skating phenom and Fletcher School alum Michelle Kwan discusses gender equality at the Winter Olympics, sports diplomacy, and lacing up her skates after nearly eight-years.

    Breaking Olympic Barriers
    The daughter of working-class immigrant parents, figure skater Michelle Kwan, F11, often performed in homemade costumes because money was tight. Yet her skill and determination led her to become the most award-winning U.S. figure skater ever: a two-time Olympic medalist, five-time world champion, and nine-time U.S. champion.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Tufts University shared Tufts Alumni's photo....

    Tufts Alumni
    Legendary bluesman B.B. King was the headliner for the annual Spring Fling music festival on April 29, 1995. More than 2,500 students packed the President's lawn to hear King perform music from some...
    https://www.facebook.com

2 days ago

Legendary bluesman B.B. King was the headline...

Legendary bluesman B.B. King was the headliner for the annual Spring Fling music festival on April 29, 1995. More than 2,500 students packed the President's lawn to hear King perform music from some of his 74 albums on his soulful guitar, "Lucille." 🎸 #BlackHistoryMonth #TBT

    Tufts Alumni
    Legendary bluesman B.B. King was the headliner for the annual Spring Fling music festival on April 29, 1995. More than 2,500 students packed the President's lawn to hear King perform music from some...
    https://www.facebook.com

2 days ago

Tufts University School of Engineering Profes...

Tufts University School of Engineering Professor Sameer Sonkusale and his team have discovered a way to make microneedles without cleanrooms, using readily available materials and equipment.

    Creating Low-cost, Pain-free Injections
    Getting an injection at the doctor's office is never a fun thing, but a new approach is on the horizon, using what are called microneedles, arrays of tiny needles that deliver medication through the skin without causing pain. But fabricating microneedles is costly, requiring cleanrooms and expensive equipment.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Attend Tufts Global Reach in Berlin May 4-6! ...

Attend Tufts Global Reach in Berlin May 4-6! Discuss today's most pressing global issues with Institute for Global Leadership Director Abi Williams, attend Sol Gittleman's lecture on Germany, and learn about exciting Tufts updates from President Anthony Monaco. Learn more and register:

    Tufts Global Reach
    Launched in 2016, Tufts Global Reach is a weekend-long program of intellectual, social and cultural events. Activities range from talks with industry experts, to faculty lectures, to tours and excursions unique to each event's host city. All alumni, parents, and friends of Tufts are encouraged to attend - especially those living farthest from the Hill.
    https://alumniandfriends.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Tufts University to host U.S. Senator Susan Collins

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    Tufts University to host U.S. Senator Susan Collins
    MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (Feb. 15, 2018) - The Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University will host U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, for the 5th Alan D. Solomont Lecture on Citizenship and Public Service, part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series. The event, focusing on politics, bipartisanship and public service, will take place on Wednesday, Feb.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Small animal hospital at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University receives referral accreditation for 15 specialties

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    Small animal hospital at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University receives referral accreditation for 15 specialties
    GRAFTON, Mass. (February 15, 2018)-The Henry and Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University recently earned referral accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) in 15 areas of specialty veterinary medicine.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Dr. Sarah Booth is the new director of Tufts'...

Dr. Sarah Booth is the new director of Tufts' Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging.

    Tufts names new director of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging
    BOSTON (Feb. 14, 2018)-Tufts University today named Sarah Booth, Ph.D., the new director of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Center for Research on Aging (HNRCA) at Tufts. Booth has served as interim director for the past 15 months and had served as the HNRCA's associate director since 2009.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

In Search of a More Free Place

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    In Search of a More Free Place
    When Kendra Field was growing up in New Jersey, her grandmother told her stories about her own grandfather, Thomas Jefferson Brown, an African American who migrated from the U.S. South to Indian Territory-current-day Oklahoma-in 1870 in search of a more free place.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

REMINDER: due to the President's Day holiday,...

REMINDER: due to the President's Day holiday, Dewick, Carmichael, and Commons will be the only dining locations open on Monday (2/19). Tower Cafe will have limited hours starting on Monday. Check our website for more details on locations and hours! http://dining.tufts.edu

    Tufts Dining
    Tufts Dining
    https://dining.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Breaking Olympic Barriers

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    Breaking Olympic Barriers
    The daughter of working-class immigrant parents, figure skater Michelle Kwan, F11, often performed in homemade costumes because money was tight. Yet her skill and determination led her to become the most award-winning U.S. figure skater ever: a two-time Olympic medalist, five-time world champion, and nine-time U.S. champion.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Alum Rob Brockman helps bring martial arts to...

Alum Rob Brockman helps bring martial arts to pediatric oncology patients at the Floating Hospital for Children, a Tufts University School of Medicine teaching hospital.

    Kids Give Cancer a Karate Chop
    Young cancer patients don't have too much control over their health, but studies have found that practicing martial arts can help alleviate the pain associated with their disease.
    http://now.tufts.edu

2 days ago

Katy Tur, award-winning NBC News corresponden...

Katy Tur, award-winning NBC News correspondent and MSNBC anchor, will discuss contemporary media issues at Tufts' 13th annual Edward R. Murrow Forum on April 11. http://tuft.su/2Btc07D

    Tufts University
    Katy Tur, award-winning NBC News correspondent and MSNBC anchor, will discuss contemporary media issues at Tufts' 13th annual Edward R. Murrow Forum on April 11. http://tuft.su/2Btc07D
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2 days ago

NBC News correspondent Katy Tur coming to Tufts University

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    NBC News correspondent Katy Tur coming to Tufts University
    MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (Feb. 15, 2018)- Katy Tur, award-winning NBC News correspondent, MSNBC anchor, and author of "Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History," will discuss contemporary media issues at the 13th annual Edward R.
    http://now.tufts.edu

3 days ago

Tufts Dining added 9 new photos.

Did you get to indulge in our SWEET Valentine's Day Chocolate Fountain at Dewick? Share the love and sweeten up your night. With love, Tufts Dining <3 Photos by Janemary Okafor '19

    Tufts Dining
    Whipped Cream, Strawberries and Chocolate from our Chocolate Fountain Dessert.
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3 days ago

Christopher Golden, alum and award-winning, b...

Christopher Golden, alum and award-winning, bestselling author of horror, fantasy, and suspense novels, shares the secrets of a successful writing career.

    Let's Talk Vampires and Aliens
    On a typical day, writer Christopher Golden, A89, might have a half dozen projects on his plate, and there's certainly no time for writer's block.
    http://now.tufts.edu

3 days ago

There may be more reason to enjoy your Valent...

There may be more reason to enjoy your Valentine's Day chocolate. Dennis Steindler, director of the Neuroscience and Aging Lab at Tufts' HNRCA, discusses how chocolate impacts brain function, via Health

    Eat These Foods Now for a Sharper Brain Later
    Colorful vegetables and fruits-such as leafy greens, peppers, beets, green beans and berries- as well as dark chocolate, caffeine , and whole grains,
    http://www.health.com

3 days ago

Tufts Dining added 4 new photos.

Join us for Chocolate Fountain at Dewick for dinner tonight! <3

    Tufts Dining
    Tufts Dining. 2,351 likes · 9 talking about this. Welcome to the Tufts Dining Facebook page. We have created this group as a way to share feedback and ideas, ask questions, see upcoming events.
    https://www.facebook.com

3 days ago

A Valentine's Day promise from President Mona...

A Valentine's Day promise from President Monaco 💙 http://tuft.su/2svULQc

    Tufts University
    A Valentine's Day promise from President Monaco 💙 http://tuft.su/2svULQc
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3 days ago

Kids Give Cancer a Karate Chop

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    Kids Give Cancer a Karate Chop
    Young cancer patients don't have too much control over their health, but studies have found that practicing martial arts can help alleviate the pain associated with their disease.
    http://now.tufts.edu

3 days ago

Tufts University Film and Media Studies Progr...

Come learn about summer media internships at NOON!

    Summer Media Internships Info Session
    https://www.facebook.com

3 days ago

Creating Low-cost, Pain-free Injections

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    Creating Low-cost, Pain-free Injections
    Getting an injection at the doctor's office is never a fun thing, but a new approach is on the horizon, using what are called microneedles, arrays of tiny needles that deliver medication through the skin without causing pain. But fabricating microneedles is costly, requiring cleanrooms and expensive equipment.
    http://now.tufts.edu

3 days ago

Happy Valentine's Day! For all Starbucks Espr...

Happy Valentine's Day! For all Starbucks Espresso drinks, buy one get one free today from 12-5! Stop by Hotung with a friend to enjoy this special offer!

    Tufts Dining
    Happy Valentine's Day! For all Starbucks Espresso drinks, buy one get one free today from 12-5! Stop by Hotung with a friend to enjoy this special offer!
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3 days ago

This week's Lunch and Learn event with the En...

This week's Lunch and Learn event with the Environmental Studies Program, Tufts University will discuss the challenges climate change presents to modern agriculture. Tomorrow at Rabb Room, Lincoln Filene Center from 12-1 PM. Lunch will be served!

    Tufts Institute of the Environment
    This week's Lunch and Learn event with the Environmental Studies Program, Tufts University will discuss the challenges climate change presents to modern agriculture. Tomorrow at Rabb Room, Lincoln...
    https://www.facebook.com

3 days ago

Tufts names new director of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging

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    Tufts names new director of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging
    BOSTON (Feb. 14, 2018)-Tufts University today named Sarah Booth, Ph.D., the new director of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Center for Research on Aging (HNRCA) at Tufts. Booth has served as interim director for the past 15 months and had served as the HNRCA's associate director since 2009.
    http://now.tufts.edu

3 days ago

Tufts Alumni shared Tufts University's video....

Is it true? 🐘💙

    Tufts University
    According to Tufts legend, couples who kiss beneath Bowen Gate will eventually marry 💙
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3 days ago

According to Tufts legend, couples who kiss b...

According to Tufts legend, couples who kiss beneath Bowen Gate will eventually marry 💙

    Tufts University
    According to Tufts legend, couples who kiss beneath Bowen Gate will eventually marry 💙
    http://www.facebook.com

4 days ago

Sam Sommers, psychology professor and author ...

Sam Sommers, psychology professor and author of "This Is Your Brain on Sports," tackles questions about the pressure, competition, and lure of the Olympics.

    My Speed Skater Is Faster Than Yours
    As skiers, snowboarders, and figure skaters start what for most is the biggest competition of their lives at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the world's eyes are on them. Does that pressure help performances-or hinder them? And are the Olympics, vaunted as the "peace games," really bringing people of many countries together, or helping divide them even more?
    http://now.tufts.edu

4 days ago

Let’s Talk Vampires and Aliens

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    Let's Talk Vampires and Aliens
    On a typical day, writer Christopher Golden, A89, might have a half dozen projects on his plate, and there's certainly no time for writer's block.
    http://now.tufts.edu

4 days ago

A delegation of five students from Tufts Univ...

A delegation of five students from Tufts University attended the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum, held on January 30-31 2018. The event provided a platform for youth to engage in a dialogue with Member States about their policy frameworks and promoting sustainable development. Amanda Formica, a student at The Fletcher School at Tufts University and a member of the delegation, said: I was reminded of just how much work there is left to be done, the potential of promoting the #SDGs more in the U.S., and the importance of places for global youth to connect."

    Tufts Institute of the Environment
    A delegation of five students from Tufts University attended the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum, held on January 30-31 2018. The event provided a platform for youth...
    https://www.facebook.com

4 days ago

Tufts Institute of the Environment is with Am...

A delegation of five students from Tufts University attended the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum, held on January 30-31 2018. The event provided a platform for youth to engage in a dialogue with Member States about their policy frameworks and promoting sustainable development. Amanda Formica, a student at The Fletcher School at Tufts University and a member of the delegation, said: "I was reminded of just how much work there is left to be done, the potential of promoting the #SDGs more in the U.S., and the importance of places for global youth to connect."

    Tufts Institute of the Environment
    A delegation of five students from Tufts University attended the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum, held on January 30-31 2018. The event provided a platform for youth...
    https://www.facebook.com

4 days ago

Visit a trifecta of magnificent national park...

Visit a trifecta of magnificent national parks — Glacier, Banff, and Jasper on a Tufts Travel Learn trip June 30 to July 10! http://tuft.su/2suCti8

    Tufts Alumni
    Visit a trifecta of magnificent national parks - Glacier, Banff, and Jasper on a Tufts Travel Learn trip June 30 to July 10! http://tuft.su/2suCti8
    https://www.facebook.com

4 days ago

Tufts University Film and Media Studies Progr...

Tomorrow, join FMS internship director Leslie Goldberg as she shares her wisdom on how to score a summer media internship. Please register on Handshake: https://tufts.joinhandshake.com/events/122734

    Summer Media Internships Info Session
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4 days ago

My Speed Skater Is Faster Than Yours

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    My Speed Skater Is Faster Than Yours
    As skiers, snowboarders, and figure skaters start what for most is the biggest competition of their lives at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the world's eyes are on them. Does that pressure help performances-or hinder them? And are the Olympics, vaunted as the "peace games," really bringing people of many countries together, or helping divide them even more?
    http://now.tufts.edu

5 days ago

Congratulations to alum Jeffrey A. Summit who...

Congratulations to alum Jeffrey A. Summit who was awarded the Ballou Medal in recognition of his extraordinary leadership of Tufts Hillel for nearly four decades.

    Jeffrey Summit Receives Ballou Medal
    Jeffrey A. Summit, AG88, AG95, A03P, A05P, was awarded the Ballou Medal on February 8 in recognition of his extraordinary leadership of Tufts Hillel for nearly four decades. President Anthony Monaco bestowed the honor at a dinner at Breed Hall, where friends and colleagues came together congratulate Summit on his contributions to spiritual and community life of the university.
    http://now.tufts.edu

5 days ago

Alum Amanda Yesnowitz, who has written everyt...

Alum Amanda Yesnowitz, who has written everything from songs for Glee to entire musicals, received the Kleban Prize for the most promising musical theater lyricist!

    Quips, Puns, and Rhyming That Stuns
    It's not hard to see where Amanda Yesnowitz's passion lies. She sums it up in a song she wrote called " A Way With Words ": "I'm for verbs/I'm pro nouns/I love sentimental sentences with sibilant sounds." For more than two decades, Yesnowitz, J94, has been arranging words with wit, rhyme, emotion, and meter as a professional lyricist for the stage.
    http://now.tufts.edu

5 days ago

Tufts Alumni shared Tufts University's post.

    Inaugural Tufts Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees Named
    Eleven outstanding student-athletes, coaches, and administrators, along with two memorable teams, have been selected as the inaugural inductees to the Tufts University Athletics Hall of Fame. Nine decades and ten sports are represented from the university's nearly 150 years of athletics history.
    http://now.tufts.edu

5 days ago

Eleven outstanding student-athletes, coaches,...

Eleven outstanding student-athletes, coaches, and administrators, along with two memorable teams, have been selected as the inaugural inductees to the Tufts Jumbos Athletics Hall of Fame!

    Inaugural Tufts Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees Named
    Eleven outstanding student-athletes, coaches, and administrators, along with two memorable teams, have been selected as the inaugural inductees to the Tufts University Athletics Hall of Fame. Nine decades and ten sports are represented from the university's nearly 150 years of athletics history.
    http://now.tufts.edu

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