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  • A student gives a presentation in front of a white screen.
    Students in Child Development and Mechanical Engineering classes are collaborating on learning technologies intended to teach robotics to children. 
  • A Boston Red Sox hat against a white background
    Julia Prusaczyk, a senior in chemical engineering, spoke to espnW about joining the St. Louis Cardinals as baseball development analyst after graduation.
  • A member of the Tufts Robotics Team holding a small robot.
    The Tufts Robotics Club took first place in team and individual categories in the Olympiad Tournament in the international Trinity College Fire Fighting Robot Contest.
  • A finger presses an image of a lock on a screen.
    A team of Tufts students took second place at the MITRE eCTF (embedded capture-the-flag) competition.
  • A close-up photo of orange lillies outside a wrought-iron gate at Tufts University.
    Each year, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering honor their graduate students, faculty, and alumni through the Graduate Awards. 
  • A team photo of the Lithio Storage team.
    Anthony D'Angelo, a Ph.D. candidate in chemical engineering, is the co-founder of a team that won the 2018 MIT Clean Energy Prize.   
  • Annalisa DeBari jumps over a hurdle.
    Led by co-captain and mechanical engineering senior Annalisa DeBari, the Tufts women's track team won second place at the Silfen Invitational this month.
  • Student Karl Cronburg talks to friends on the sidelines of the Boston Marathon.
    Karl Cronburg, a Ph.D. student in computer science, Brian Rappaport, a senior studying electrical engineering, and Kerrianne Marino, a master's student in human factors, were among the engineers who participated in the Boston Marathon on Monday.
  • A photo of Xiaocheng Jiang standing by a table in his lab.
    Assistant Professor Xiaocheng Jiang and his team work with micro- and nano-technology to uncover the inner workings of biological systems.  
  • A map of the locations of GRAP programs.
    Elana Chan, E21, is among the first participants in Tufts' Global Research Assistant Program (GRAP), working on a project in India with Amy Pickering, assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering.

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