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Head shot photos of six people. Five people join acclaimed civil rights lawyer and advocate Bryan Stevenson as this year’s honorary degree recipients at Tufts University.
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Illustrious group joins acclaimed civil rights lawyer and advocate Bryan Stevenson as this year’s honorees

Tufts University honorary degree recipients for the Class of 2021 will include a leader in New England’s COVID-19 response, an innovative medical...

Craig W. Smith. The university’s co-chief investment officer ad interim since March 2020, he will head the university’s Investment Office and oversee Tufts’ $2.0 billion endowment
April 16, 2021
The university’s co-chief investment officer ad interim since March 2020, he will head the university’s Investment Office and oversee Tufts’ $2.0 billion endowment

Craig W. Smith, a highly experienced and respected investment professional in the institutional investment industry, has been named chief...

A photo of a Tufts University sign with trees blooming behind it
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Tufts Community Grant program provides support for local non-profits hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic

Thirty-five local organizations in Tufts’ four host communities in Massachusetts have been awarded $35,000 in grants from the Tufts Community...

Najah Walton, a Ph.D. student in neuroscience, stands in the Maguire Lab at Tufts’ Graduate School for Biomedical Sciences. Photo: Alonso Nichols/Tufts University
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Najah Walton, a Ph.D. student at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, is already mentoring younger students interested in careers in science

Though Najah Walton is a first-generation college and graduate student, her family always encouraged her to explore the world and pursue higher...

To reduce contamination in recycling bins on the Tufts University campus, student Mia Nixon has launched a pilot project using QR codes to help people sort out what’s trash and what’s recyclable.
April 12, 2021 Large Image
A pilot project led by a Tufts student uses QR codes to help people sort out what's trash and what really belongs in the bin

Recycling at Tufts is getting a little easier this spring, thanks to an enterprising environmental engineering student.

Mia Nixon, E21,...

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