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Tufts University and Tisch College are proud to recognize this year's recipients of the Presidential Award for Civic Life.
Tisch College joined leaders from the various health science professional schools for an induction ceremony in Boston's Chinatown.
More than 70 undergraduates, four graduate students, and 21 Fletcher students were inducted at poignant ceremonies on the Medford campus.
The Presidential Award is the highest recognition for service, leadership, and civic engagement conferred by Tufts University.
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.
Dopkeen, A04, received a Distinguished Achievement Award in large part for her leadership of the Tisch Summer Fellows program at the Pentagon.
The awards are the highest honors conferred by Tufts University for achievements in leadership, service, and civic engagement.
Tisch College Dean Alan Solomont received a degree from the school in 1977 and has been a longtime supporter.
Conferred by Tufts President Anthony Monaco, the awards represent the highest recognition for civic engagement and leadership at the University.