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Tisch Scholar Michael Wang is working to address pressing issues in Chinatown, a community that is shaping his Tufts experience in deeply personal ways.
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 Tisch Summer Fellowships, Tufts students completed meaningful, career-building internships that have already started to shape their professional futures.
Through the Tisch Summer Fellows program, Tenzin Chokki, A17, is spending her summer at The Welcome Project in her adopted hometown of Somerville.
A group of sophomore Tisch Scholars traveled to Shiprock, New Mexico, over Spring Break to help improve college access for youth in the Navajo reservation.
The Honos Civicus Society welcomed its newest members in a ceremony that celebrated the importance of active citizenship at Tufts.
Tisch Scholar Safiya Subegdjo is one of the recipients of this prestigious honor.
The Tufts First-Generation Student Council is a new student-led initiative to support those who are the first in their families to go to college.
The Food Rescue Program, run entirely by Tufts students, collects healthy food that would otherwise be discarded and delivers it to local pantries and shelters.
This past winter break, 12 students in Tisch College’s flagship Scholars program experienced civic engagement in a different context as they visited and performed service in several Puerto Rican communities.