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The Presidential Award is the highest recognition for service, leadership, and civic engagement conferred by Tufts University.
Afghan native Abuzar Royesh, A16, an alumnus of the Tisch Scholars program, receives funding for a graduate degree at Stanford, hoping to reform governance in his home country.
Grace Talusan, who teaches our Tisch Scholars and Tufts 1+4 Fellows, tackles the trauma of violence, illness and the immigrant experience.
Senior Tisch Scholar Amanda Borquaye works to improve access to education, from local correctional facilities to Ghana.
Conferred by Tufts President Anthony Monaco, the awards represent the highest recognition for civic engagement and leadership at the University.
Students in New York, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C. reaffirm their commitment to local organizations.
Through the Tisch Scholars program, Tufts senior Verónica Rosario is helping to fight for the human rights of Haitians in the Dominican Republic.
Tufts alumnus Zach Baker, A05, a longtime health policy advocate and recently elected city councilor, traces his desire to address pressing community issues back to the halls of Tisch College.
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.