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We had a wonderful academic year full of exciting events, groundbreaking research, and new initiatives that expand our reach and strengthen civic life at Tufts.
Nearly 100 undergraduates, and dozens of graduate and professional students, were inducted into Tisch College's honor society for exemplary civic engagement and leadership.
The new program, thought to be the first in the world, will combine academics and civic engagement.
The awards recognize students for outstanding achievements in service, leadership, and civic engagement during their time at Tufts.
Spurred by a personal experience with misdiagnosis, medical student Mohamed Zeidan created a tool to improve communication between doctors and patients.
Senior Tisch Scholar Amanda Borquaye works to improve access to education, from local correctional facilities to Ghana.
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.
More than 125 students have summer internships working for the public good.
Tisch College's Summer Fellows work in the nonprofit and government sectors, finding out about careers they might like to pursue.