U.S. Senator Susan Collins spoke at Tufts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series and told the audience that political extremism is damaging our democracy.
The new program, thought to be the first in the world, will combine academics and civic engagement.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer visited Tufts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series and spoke about the philosophical differences on the court.
Nearly 100 undergraduates, and dozens of graduate and professional students, were inducted into Tisch College's honor society for exemplary civic engagement and leadership.
The awards recognize students for outstanding achievements in service, leadership, and civic engagement during their time at Tufts.
As the featured speaker in the Tisch College Murrow Forum on Issues in Journalism, NBC correspondent Katy Tur tells a Tufts audience how she covered the campaign by staying tough and dispassionate.
The 2018 Presidential Symposium on Community Partnerships focused on engaged research opportunities to address myriad problems.
Al Gore visited Tufts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series and told the audience that a sustainability revolution is possible, but political will is necessary.
Tisch College's Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE) has released its index of 2018 races where young people have the potential to decide the result.
Tisch College creates or directly supports a variety of courses students to learn about vital aspects of civic life.
Each summer, more than 100 Tufts students hone their professional skills while contributing to communities near and far through substantive summer internships that pursue the public good.
Our Tufts 1+4 program offers a transformational experience for incoming Tufts students who can participate in a year of service learning, at home or around the world, before starting their studies on campus.
Tisch College's Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning & Engagement conducts some of the nation's leading research on youth voting, civic education, and young people's participation in democracy.
Our Institute for Democracy & Higher Education, which studies and promotes the political learning and engagement of college students, will soon release aggregate data on voting and registration rates of students in more than 1,000 institutions.
Through rigorous scholarship focused on values, facts, and strategies, Civic Studies strives to provide the intellectual foundation to the movement to strengthen our communities and our democracy.
Our partnerships with local governments and organizations, in our host communities and beyond, strengthen our work and help us better achieve our mission.
Tisch College supports the Tufts chapter of Jumpstart, an early education organization that helps local children in underserved schools thrive.
Founded and housed at Tisch College, this international association of universities committed to strengthening civic life globalizes our mission and expands our impact around the world.