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  • Halligan hall in the summer
    A team of Tufts undergraduates were awarded for their documentation at the 2021 MITRE Collegiate Embedded Capture the Flag Competition.
  • Dean Karen Panetta
    Karen Panetta, Dean of Graduate Engineering Education, joins "IEEE Career Reset" to discuss her career choices and advocacy for women in STEM.
  • illustration of a lock
    A Tufts team places second in the inaugural Veracode Hacker Games, an international cybersecurity competition to find and fix application security flaws.
  • Exterior of Halligan Hall in spring
    The Department of Computer Science launches mentoring programs to support students throughout the 2020-2021 academic year.
  • Research Professor John Germaine
    Civil and Environmental Research Professor John Germaine shares his experience teaching laboratory specialists from around the world as part of the Courses at Tufts program.
  • Karen Panetta outside the engineering building
    Dean of Graduate Education Karen Panetta has been recognized by the IEEE-USA Board of Directors for the impact of her co-authored book, Count Girls In.
  • robot on mini golf course
    First-year engineering students wrap up the fall semester with open-ended engineering and design challenges.
  • Professor Milo Koretsky
    Milo Koretsky to join Tufts School of Engineering and Tufts School of Arts and Sciences as the inaugural McDonnell Family Bridge Professor.
  • a robot designed by students
    Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) collaborated with Tufts University College to teach a workshop for high school students exploring the fundamentals of robotics and computation.
  • Four people standing in front of a small bridge mockup
    An annual structural analysis bridge competition moved forward this fall in a new setting at Tufts.

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