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  • Illustration of a computer, beaker, and microscope

    Tufts University has been selected to join the Association of American Universities (AAU), a consortium of America’s leading research universities noted for their accomplishments in education, research, and innovation.

  • Aerial view of the Somerville/Medford campus
    Tufts Engineering undergoes self-evaluation in order to better support students from under-represented groups, spurring multi-year plan to combat racism and exclusion.
  • Tyler Morris, EG21
    Tyler Morris, EG21, and Graduate Dean of Engineering Karen Panetta utilized machine learning to help musicians record music cleanly, distinguishing between various instruments and identifying extraneous noises.
  • Jumbo statue on the Medford Campus
    The School of Engineering and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences honor graduate students, faculty, and staff.
  • collage of 100k participants
    From sustainable, organic protein sources to a drug delivery platform revolutionizing the treatment of neurological diseases, teams bring passion, technology and innovation to the Tufts Entrepreneurship Center.
  • 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.
  • Chairs on the quad

    Summer Session I & II is now open for registration. Choose from 200+ virtual and on-campus options. Don't miss your chance, register today!

  • students walking outside in spring 2019
    Amid a surge of applications, Tufts admits its most ethnically and racially diverse undergraduate class.
  • Chart showing increase in size of deep learning recommendation models
    Associate Professor Mark Hempstead and colleagues were nominated for the ISPASS 2021 Best Paper Award for their research on distributing deep learning recommendation models across multiple servers.
  • Henry and Madeline Fischer
    Henry “Bud” Fischer, E52, looks back on a successful career jumpstarted at Tufts School of Engineering.

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