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  • A young man with a blue and red scarf tied around his head poses in front of a soccer stadium
    BEST scholar and electrical engineering major Alejandro Colina-Valeri got swept up in soccer fandom in Lyon, France as part of his experience in the Tufts in Talloires program.
  • Snow-capped mountains with green fir trees in front.
    Civil engineering major and BEST scholar Talisa Watts reflects on her first week in France as part of the Tufts in Talloires program, and how she's learning to communicate in spite of a language barrier.
  • A student waves a Colombia flag while wearing a graduation cap and gown.
    Mateo Galeano, E18, looks back at his path to Tufts and what lies ahead.
  • An elephant statue with many people in graduation hats sitting in front of it.
    Tufts awarded 1,521 undergraduate degrees and 2,186 graduate degrees at this year's commencement ceremony.
  • Daniela Torres explaining her research to Professor Chris Rogers during a poster session.
    M.S. student Daniela Torres, E16 and EG18, received the Best Student Paper award for the second year in a row.
  • A photo of flowers on campus.
    Six rising juniors and eight rising seniors will work on engineering research projects this summer.
  • Engineers Week, February 18-24, 2018
    Join us for activities, networking, panel discussions, and more on campus during National Engineers Week, February 18-24, 2018.
  • Stephen and Geraldine Ricci present checks to Team Tarseer and Team UChu.
    Two student teams were awarded $5,000 each for interdisciplinary engineering design.
  • The Tufts Racing Team stands with their car.
    Tufts Racing kicks off a new season of driving towards the Formula Hybrid Competition.
  • Kristen Ransom on stage at a Tufts event.
    Tufts alum Kristen Ransom, E13, was included in Boston Magazine's Top 30 Rising Tech Stars. She is currently studying engineering management at Tufts Gordon Institute.

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