COVID-19 Coverage

When an ecology course had to shift to remote labs, faculty got creative. Botanist George Ellmore sent students kits with seeds. "We’re saying: This is the system you will observe in nature. You tell us what questions you want to ask." Photo: Ingimage
Oct 5, 2020 Large Image
Faculty have transformed Experiments in Ecology amid COVID-19 but continue to provide students with a window into the natural world
“Questions that parents have in special education are, ‘How do I get my child what they need, what am I entitled to, and what am I allowed to ask for?’” said Melinda Macht-Greenberg, a psychologist and lecturer at Eliot-Pearson.
Sep 29, 2020 Large Image
Of all K-12 students, those with special needs are especially hard hit by the pandemic, say Tufts special education experts
A male medical professional giving a woman a shot, both wearing masks. A Tufts doctor describes the similarities and differences between the flu and COVID-19, and explains why getting the flu vaccine is so important for you—and those around you.
Sep 22, 2020 Large Image
Tufts’ director of infection control describes the similarities and differences, and explains why getting the flu vaccine is so important for you—and those around you
A hand closes a tube that contains a swab. Tufts community members can take part in a pilot COVID-19 pooled testing study.
Sep 15, 2020 Large Image
Faculty, staff, and students can take part in the effort
Two students sit in chairs on the academic quad. The first day of undergraduate classes looked very different this year, but students were still excited to be back on campus
Sep 9, 2020 Large Image
The first day of undergraduate classes looked unlike any other year, but students were still excited to be back on campus

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