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  • A man stands for a portrait
    Javier Rincon, E19, whose parents are immigrants, came to Tufts as an undergraduate after serving almost a decade in the Marines.
  • An aerial photo of a city
    A first-of-its-kind study led by Tufts researchers, in collaboration with Somerville officials and citizens, will measure indoor air quality and comfort in multifamily housing developments near busy roadways. 
  • A woman stands against a wall, smiling
    Center for STEM Diversity Director Ellise LaMotte reflects on the successes, challenges, and future plans of the Center as it celebrates a decade of service at Tufts.
  • Solar panels on a roof

    Assistant Professor Deborah Sunter and colleagues found that racial inequality persists in the deployment of rooftop solar panels.

  • A group of students touring campus
    The School of Engineering attracted 4,348 undergraduate applications, up from 4,062 last year.
  • A woman and a child in a toy store looking at a shelf
    Marina Umaschi Bers, a professor and chair of the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development who heads the Developmental Technologies Research Group and has an adjunct appointment in the Department of Computer Science, offers options for choosing high-tech toys for kids. 
  • A woman stands in front of a large clothing donation box
    The Tufts Community Appeal invites faculty and staff to contribute to their communities at Tufts and beyond.
  • Two men address a university classroom
    Former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu, who also served as a faculty member and Associate Dean in the School of Engineering, speaks to Dean of Undergraduate Education Chris Swan about the role of engineering in politics.
  • A figure image of two cells side by side
    A team of researchers led by Mechanical Engineering Professor Igor Sokolov has developed a non-invasive, convenient, and more accurate diagnostic method for bladder cancer detection.
  • An overhead shot of an atrium
    Professor David Kaplan and doctoral student Annie Golding are among the Tufts researchers studying the effects of progesterone on limb regeneration in adult frogs.

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