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The Tisch College Community Research Center will support projects that combine health and education in the Tufts host community of Boston’s Chinatown.
The symposium serves as a great example of Tisch College’s commitment to working with community partners and inspiring the next generation of civic leaders.
CAFEH, a five-year, NIH-funded environmental health study, continues to produce valuable scholarship and improve communities.
The project was organized by Diane O’Donoghue,Director for our Program for Public Humanities, and was funded by the Tisch College Community Research Center
More than 150 people, including local leaders as well as Tufts staff, faculty, and students attended the annual gathering.
The Tisch College Community Research Center continues to fund projects that create new knowledge while addressing important issues in Tufts' host communities.
The new STEM Ambassadors Program, a collaboration between Tisch College and the Center for STEM Diversity, is aimed especially at underrepresented youth.
At the 13th Tufts Presidential Symposium for Community Partnerships, local leaders and members of the Tufts community highlighted successful initiatives and brainstormed new collaborations.
Tisch Scholar Michael Wang is working to address pressing issues in Chinatown, a community that is shaping his Tufts experience in deeply personal ways.
As part of our college access efforts, Tisch College helped organize campus visits for local students from Tufts University's host communities.