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Tisch College joined leaders from the various health science professional schools for an induction ceremony in Boston's Chinatown.
The Presidential Award is the highest recognition for service, leadership, and civic engagement conferred by Tufts University.
Long after the program ends, students still reap the rewards of their service learning experience.
Spurred by a personal experience with misdiagnosis, medical student Mohamed Zeidan created a tool to improve communication between doctors and patients.
Spending nine months in Central America doing community service, these students were challenged and inspired—and surprised by what stayed with them
Margaret Moore, whose daughter Elaine was among the initial group of Tufts 1+4 Fellows in 2015-2016, shares a parent's perspective on what the program has meant for her daughter—and for her.
Two new programs will strengthen faculty engagement in the Tisch College-Tufts School of Medicine Community Service-Learning Program.
John Armstrong, a student at the Tufts School of Medicine, shares how his community service learning experience is shaping his medical education.
University President Anthony Monaco and Tisch College Dean Alan Solomont met the Spanish king and hosted events for the Tufts community, including 1+4 Bridge-Year students.
Fifteen students have embarked on a transformational year of service in Brazil, Nicaragua, or Spain as part of our new Bridge-Year Program.