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Our new Civic Semester program will allow incoming undergraduates spend their first Tufts semester abroad combining learning and community work
At an event co-sponsored by Tisch College, SMFA alum Kim Berman spoked about co-founding a printmaking center in her native South Africa that encourages artists to bring positive change.
Sara Ladrón de Guevara, Rector of Universidad Veracruzana in Mexico, has been chosen for the role.
Tisch College proudly supports the Talloires Abbey Digital Humanities Project, which helps preserve and share the history of what is now the Tufts European Center.
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.
Long after the program ends, students still reap the rewards of their service learning experience.
Tufts dental student Shawn Kim, D20, fused dentistry with medicine and entrepreneurship to create an affordable HIV diagnostic kit.
The Youth Economic Participation Initiative, one of Talloires' signature programs, supports universities around the world in creating pathways for their students to develop business ventures.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro spoke at Tufts University as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series.
Grace Talusan, who teaches our Tisch Scholars and Tufts 1+4 Fellows, tackles the trauma of violence, illness and the immigrant experience.