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Invisible particles in the air are responsible for three of the top ten causes of ill health and death worldwide, warns a new book by Tisch College Senior Fellow Doug Brugge.
As part of an effort supported by Tisch College, students learn to do the math to counter gerrymandering in this summer’s Voting Rights Data Institute.
The new program, thought to be the first in the world, will combine academics and civic engagement.
A symposium organized by the Tufts University Prison Initiative at Tisch College will feature prisoner advocates and graduates of college-in-prison programs.
The Tisch College Community Research Center will support projects that combine health and education in the Tufts host community of Boston’s Chinatown.
Tisch College Associate Dean for Research Peter Levine and Tisch College Faculty Fellow Moon Duchin write about efforts to use advanced mathematics to combat unfair congressional redistricting.
Through the Tufts Prison Initiative at Tisch College, Tufts students and incarcerated people study literature together and learn from each other.
Tisch College is a major sponsor of this new initiative to insert mathematical expertise into the complex legal and political issue of redistricting.
Grace Talusan, who teaches our Tisch Scholars and Tufts 1+4 Fellows, tackles the trauma of violence, illness and the immigrant experience.
Funded by an alumnus and leading supporter of SEL, the initiative will enhance the work of both students and faculty.