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Tufts students and faculty, working in partnership with community leaders from The Welcome Project in Somerville, learned valuable lessons from adapting their research due to COVID-19.
The early childhood education program, housed at Tisch College, continues to engage Tufts students in local schools and expands its impact on underserved children.
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 event was part of an initiative of the Tufts Community Research Center, which is part of Tisch College.
Every summer, Sarah Shugars trades her desk at Tisch College for stilts and juggling balls, helping to run the OPENAIR Circus in Somerville.
At the 13th Tufts Presidential Symposium for Community Partnerships, local leaders and members of the Tufts community highlighted successful initiatives and brainstormed new collaborations.
The CAFEH project, supported by Tisch College, recently released a report on the health risks of living near freeways.
Through their individual projects, four Tisch Scholars form an integral part of a network of organizations within Somerville’s food economy that are fighting to create a healthier and more sustainable city.
Through the Tisch Summer Fellows program, Tenzin Chokki, A17, is spending her summer at The Welcome Project in her adopted hometown of Somerville.