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  • Alexandra Tsitsiringos
    Alexandra Tsitsiringos, A21, explores the intersection of computer science and international relations with the publication of a paper in the Yale Review of International Studies.
  • Aerial view of the roof of Tisch Library at Tufts University
    Tufts students and alumni Megan Tse, Lucy Qin, Michelle Gee, Jason Fan, and Trevor Donadt have been named Fellows in the 2020 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
  • Prospective students on a campus tour
    With its largest first-year applicant pool, and an increase in School of Engineering applications, Tufts offered admission to “some of the most interesting, inspiring, and altruistic students in the world.”
  • microfluidic device containing HL-1 cardiac cells
    Researchers led by biomedical engineers at Tufts University invent a microfluidic chip containing cardiac cells that is capable of mimicking hypoxic conditions following a heart attack.
  • N-95 masks under repair
    Engineers team up with students from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, Harvard University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology to repair over 6,000 N-95 masks for Tufts Medical Center. 
  • Tyler Andrews running on a track
    Tyler Andrews, E13, and two other Tufts alums are competing for slots on the U.S. Olympic marathon team.
  • Joshua Harvey, Department of Mechanical Engineering student
    Joshua Harvey, E21, has been selected to the Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program Class of 2020.
  • Three headshots over a background with a tooth illustration
    Noah Hill, E21, and Daniel Weinstein, E18, are following their dream of a dental technology business, spawned with fellow Tufts students, all the way to China.
  • Chanel Richardson in the Science and Engineering Complex

    As more women enter the School of Engineering—their numbers equaling those of men in an undergraduate class—it’s clear that challenging opportunities with far-reaching impact are a big draw.

  • Aiden Lewis, E21, was able to follow the drug-development process during his six-month co-op at Vertex Pharmaceuticals in Boston.

    The Department of Biomedical Engineering's co-op program helps undergraduates spend a semester in industry.

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