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Nearly 100 undergraduates, and dozens of graduate and professional students, were inducted into Tisch College's honor society for exemplary civic engagement and leadership.
Afghan native Abuzar Royesh, A16, an alumnus of the Tisch Scholars program, receives funding for a graduate degree at Stanford, hoping to reform governance in his home country.
Dopkeen, A04, received a Distinguished Achievement Award in large part for her leadership of the Tisch Summer Fellows program at the Pentagon.
Eric Washington, A76, former chief judge of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, says we need to create a more fair legal system.
More than 125 students have summer internships working for the public good.
Tisch College hosted Congressman Joe Kennedy III at a special event at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
Tisch College's Summer Fellows work in the nonprofit and government sectors, finding out about careers they might like to pursue.
As part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series, political strategists David Axelrod and Beth Myers, J79, analyze the current election season.
Tufts alumna Wendy Walleigh and her husband left their corporate jobs in Silicon Valley to pursue meaningful second careers promoting entrepreneurship in Africa.
With support from Tisch College, 100 Tufts alumni performed nearly 300 community service hours across the country.