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  • Tisch Schola alumna Fiona Weeks

    Fiona Weeks, a former Tisch Scholar and current Massachusetts Tisch Summer Fellow, is a passionate active citizen devoted to immigrant communities and public health.

  • Elena Naumova with colleagues in India

    Faculty Fellow Elena Naumova, who studies the spread of water-borne illnesses, looks beyond the data to understand patterns that can save lives.

  • Maryanne Wolf with Ethiopian children

    A Tisch Faculty member has a new strategy to teach kids in remote regions of the world to read: put apps in their hands and let their drive to learn do the rest.

  • Building at a Jewish cemetery in Austria

    Tisch College Faculty Fellow Diane O'Donoghue is leading efforts to restore thie Währinger Jewish cemetery in Vienna, a once beautiful burial ground that suffered Nazi desecration and decades of neglect.

  • Stanley McChrystal and students at Tufts

    Civilian service, such as the new Tufts 1+4 program, will lead to a better country and world, says retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal.

  • students working on an agricultural site

    Tufts 1+4 will offer opportunities for national and international service, regardless of ability to pay, and groom a new generation of civic leaders.

  • Danielle Currier

    As Danielle Currier learned in her volunteer work as a dental student, serving others is its own reward.

  • people wading in a river in Ghana

    Faculty Fellow Karen Kosinski is among a handful of scholars worldwide seeking a cure for a debilitating parasitic infection that afflicts over 200 million people.

  • Karen Kosinski and Michael Nii Adjei, Translator & Community Liason

    Assistant Professor Karen Kosinski continues public health work in Ghana that has been supported by our Active Citizenship Summer program.

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