- Sustainability report highlights measures of progress.
- A first-of-its-kind national journal of literature and art gives voice to hundreds of people affected by incarceration.
- Physician Mitchell Lunn, A04, engages communities that are largely ignored in medical research.
- The budding economics researcher studies gentrification, wealth economics, and the power of home ownership.
- An expanded university program hosts four academics—a veterinary surgeon, a human rights leader, a banking expert, and a professor of international relations—who fled peril in Ukraine and Afghanistan.
- His undergraduate research takes aim at the rise of authoritarianism at home and abroad.
- “I’ve always been more interested in the civics of it all.” Ruby Belle Booth, A21 began working with Tisch College’s Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE) as an undergraduate and continues to study and support young voters as the research center’s Elections Coordinator.
- Through a Community Service Learning program, more than 100 Wright Academy students are tutored by Tufts University School of Medicine students each year.
- Tisch College will bring changemakers to campus and host conversations centered on the theme of citizen activism and the question, what is ours to do in this moment? Hear from civil rights leader Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, author and Supreme Court reporter Dahlia Lithwick, and many more.