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India Napier, V20, channeled her passion for diversity and inclusion into a STEM program for under-privileged elementary students
Tufts and Cornell researchers are exploring a surprising possible path to strong bones
After a brief pause to regroup with Zoom, older learners take change in their stride at Tufts’ Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Environmental engineer Amy Pickering is leading a test to see if a simple solution to bringing clean water to low-resource communities improves health outcomes.
Wiku Adisasmito, an adjunct professor at Tufts' Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, leads the fight against the novel coronavirus in the world’s fourth-largest nation.
As dean of clinical affairs at Tufts School of Medicine, obstetrician Henry Klapholz knows how to deliver on a good medical education.
Thanks to Tufts’ Post-Baccalaureate Research Program, Sofia Corella is searching for predictive biomarkers for post-traumatic epilepsy.
Anjali Narasimhan, VG19, shares a first-person account of studying humpback whales in the remote wilderness of southeast Alaska.
Daniel Caron, A20, discovers how some insects sense and respond to pain, and may have created a new model for scientists.
In her new memoir, Ariana Neumann, A92, uncovers a harrowing story hidden for decades—the story of her own father and a family destroyed by the Holocaust.
Professor of the practice Natalie Shapero shares three poems to celebrate National Poetry Month.
Tufts sophomore Jula Harrington is one of only forty women nationwide picked to attend the NFL’s Women’s Careers in Football Forum.
Tufts undergrad Saherish Surani, A21, interviewed people new to the country for her book "The Stories of U.S."