Tufts' Next President: Anthony P. Monaco

On Nov. 30, 2010, Tufts University announced that Anthony P. Monaco, who currently serves as pro-vice-chancellor for planning and resources at the University of Oxford, will assume office as the thirteenth president of Tufts University next summer.

A pioneering geneticist, Dr. Monaco has a record of exceptional accomplishment as a university leader, biomedical researcher and teacher. He will bring to the presidency of Tufts deeply held commitments to academic excellence, diversity and inclusion, a global perspective and the university’s role in society. His wife, Dr. Zoia Monaco, Ph.D., heads a cell biology research group at the University of Oxford that focuses on understanding the dynamics of cell components. 

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Watch the video of Tufts President-elect Monaco's introduction on November 30, 2010. The event took place in the Coolidge Room at Ballou Hall on the Medford/Somerville campus.

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