This past year, Tufts launched the Racial Equity in Policy and Planning (REPP) Fellowship program, a first-of-its-kind among graduate planning programs.
The Barr Foundation grant will provide stipends to five REPP Fellows studying urban planning and policy at Tufts.
Two Tufts lecturers partnered with the Department of Education to create and establish state-wide guidelines for screening young children for dyslexia.
A ‘Civic Science’ class helps students analyze, and talk about, COVID’s social consequences.
When COVID-19 derailed their summer plans, these Tufts students were awarded grant funding from Tisch College for projects to help their communities instead.
Representation is not equitable for people of color and the poor, new book by Tufts professor shows.
Leaders share how new workstreams aim to guide Tufts toward a more equitable future.
The university-wide school of civic engagement highlights six ways they’re working to create greater racial equality at Tufts and beyond.
Two Tufts psychology professors who study stereotyping and prejudice talk about racism, implicit bias, and what can be done.