Tufts in the News

Aug 24, 2016
Deer ticks disappearing amid ongoing drought in Northeast
The Cummings School's Sam Telford comments on a recent dip in the deer tick population in the Northeast.
Aug 24, 2016
Zika Is Just the First Front in the 21st-Century Biowar
Fletcher School Dean James Stavridis writes about the danger viruses pose to national security, as well as the future possibility of biological warfare.
Aug 24, 2016
Is your doctor a woman? She's probably being paid less.
TUSM's Karen Freund led a study about the gender wage gap in medicine.
Aug 24, 2016
Increase In Organ Donations, Heart Transplants
TUSM's David DeNofrio speaks on the record-breaking number of heart transplants and an increase in the total numbers of organ donations.

Ask the Expert

Paul D. Lehrman, a lecturer in music and director of the music engineering minor program, weighs in on the debate
Elizabeth Rozanski, an emergency and critical care veterinarian at the Foster Hospital for Small Animals, responds

In Brief

Our layers of skin change as we get older—the result of genetics and environmental factors, such as exposure to sunlight
The Tufts program, now in its ninth year, supports alumni working in the public and nonprofit sectors


The Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced its 2016 Academic Awards and the Tufts women's tennis team was honored.

Alum Gevvie Stone won silver in the women’s single sculls at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio