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  • Students at the 100k New Ventures Competition
    Kevin Oye, Executive Director of Tufts Gordon Institute, shares what entrepreneurship's impact is on engineering and how the two disciplines work in tandem to provide Tufts students a transformative experience.
  • MSIM students outside the SEC
    MS in Innovation & Management students got a fun and silly introduction to working in teams and innovating new products under pressure.
  • USAID personnel work on Ebola recovery in Liberia in 2015
    Tufts will head a global program that aims to stop new viruses from becoming a widespread danger to humans.
  • Tufts University sign near campus
    The $100 million program will involve a large consortium of wildlife and human disease experts and networks from around the world.
  • Headshots of six new faculty members
    Tufts School of Engineering is pleased to welcome six new full-time faculty members during academic year 2020-2021.
  • David Gelfand, E21, in the pool
    Chasing down a childhood ambition, engineering student David Gelfand trains for the Paralympics with the U.S. national team.
  • Elaine Chen
    Elaine Chen has been named Director of the Tufts Entrepreneurship Center and Cummings Family Professor of the Practice in Entrepreneurship.
  • MSEM students collaborating in a workspace
    To develop refined, in-demand skills, Online Engineering Management students created solutions to unmet needs before presenting to industry-leading faculty.
  • Heather Gaylord, MSEM '13
    Heather Gaylord, MSEM ’13, combined her technical skills with lessons learned in the Engineering Management program to become an invaluable business leader.
  • A student studying in the MSEM online porgram
    As new modes of work emerge, learning leadership skills through traditional models is no longer enough for working professionals.