The university files amicus brief in support of lawsuit opposing new rule that forces international students to leave the U.S. if they take all their classes online.
In this interview alumna Kelly Reichardt discusses her new film “First Cow” and some of her favorite SMFA classes.
Boxed Art Gallery: An SMFA student-project funded through the Tufts Student COVID Response Program (TSCR) at Tisch College
Ned Carlson, BFA + BA '23 launches Boxed Art Gallery after winning a grant from Tisch College's Tufts Student COVID Response Program.
The Tufts University Social Collective's online programming offers a sense of community for Jumbos amid COVID-19.
Faculty are planning new classes and revamping coursework to take advantage of virtual learning and give students a first-class academic experience.
What’s worth reading? Tufts faculty, staff, and alumni share their favorite books.
SMFA at Tufts faculty are pleased to share the updated Fall curriculum.
The university announces initiatives to address racism and give greater support for diversity.
The Reverend Gloria White-Hammond spoke about racism—and hope—at Tufts’ Day of Reflection, Commitment, and Action on June 19, the national observance of Juneteenth.
Two Tufts psychology professors who study stereotyping and prejudice talk about racism, implicit bias, and what can be done.
The Schools of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering fall semester begins September 8 with undergraduates on campus; graduate and professional schools’ plans announced, too.
Professor Danielle Abrams discusses her new collaboration with Professor Mary Ellen Strom, research, artistic activism, and more in this interview from Artistic Fuel.