News & Announcements

The One Statistic Women Need to Know When Applying for Jobs

If you're a woman thinking about the job (or internship!) search, read these helpful observations from Saqi Mehta, Career Center Associate Director of Employer Relations. Next, schedule an appointment with a career advisor for help in reflecting on how your interests and experiences match with a potential employer's needs.

Join the Tufts Career Networking Group on LinkedIn

Moderated by the Tufts Career Center, the Tufts Career Networking group is a great place to ask for career advice, set up informational interviews, conduct company research, and get information related to your job/internship search. New to LinkedIn? Read our advice for building a profile that will showcase your competencies and experience.

Study in Talloires

The Tufts in Talloires Program is accepting registrations for 2018! Don't miss your chance to spend 6 weeks in the French Alps next summer taking Tufts courses and earning Tufts credits at the Tufts European Center in Talloires! Scholarships available!

Learn More About Tufts in Talloires

Students in Talloires

Apply for the 2018-19 Environmental Research Fellowships (TIE Fellows) Program

The 2018-19 Environmental Research Fellowship program of the Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) is for Tufts graduate students to conduct independent, interdisciplinary, environmental research projects. Topics may cover areas such as conservation, public policy, biology, the food water and energy nexus, and public and environmental health, among others. All projects must include an interdisciplinary component and faculty mentors from at least two different schools or departments from within Tufts. Selected students can receive up to $5,000 in research funding.

Students at the Fall 2017 TIE Fellows Retreat

Request Meals Through Swipe It Forward

request meals at http://go.tufts.edu/Meals

Nominate a Senior!

Since 1941, the Tufts University Alumni Association (TUAA) has honored accomplished individuals for service to their profession, communities, and to Tufts. TUAA is now accepting nominations for this year's Senior Awards through January 24, 2018! Each honoree receives $1,000!

Senior Awards are presented to graduating Arts, Sciences, and Engineering seniors for: 

  1. outstanding student leadership,
  2. significant academic achievement (3.0 GPA or higher),
  3. extraordinary service to Tufts and the greater community, and
  4. demonstrated potential to be an alumni leader.

Such a person serves as an example for their peers and all alumni by demonstrating service, loyalty, commitment, and leadership to Tufts and/or their community.

Submit a Nomination for a Senior Award

Learn More About the Senior Awards

Kay Barrett: When the Chant Comes

Thanks to everyone who attended Kay Ulanday Barrett's presentation "When the Chant Comes" on November 28 in the Interfaith Center! Thanks, too, to the Tufts Asian Student Coalition (TASC) for sponsoring and hosting the event, and to Student Accessibility Services for their support! For those who couldn't make it, take a look at our photos and the Facebook Event!

Kay Ulanday Barrett

Kay Ulanday Barrett at the Interfaith Center

Kay Ulanday Barrett at the Interfaith Center

TUSC Entertainment Presents: Boston Bruins

Join TUSC Entertainment for a trip to see the Boston Bruins vs. Arizona Coyotes on December 7 at TD Garden! Your $15 ticket includes round-trip bus transportation and admission to the game. The bus leaves campus at 5:30 p.m. and the game starts at 7 p.m.

Tickets are on sale at TuftsTickets.com or the Campus Center Information Booth starting at 10:30 a.m. on November 27. This event is open to Tufts students only.

Bruins

Join Us for Junior Sendoff!

Junior Sendoff is an event for Juniors who are going abroad or staying on campus next semester. There will be free food, giveaways, and a photobooth!

  • When: November 29, from 5 - 8 p.m.
  • Where: Alumnae Lounge

Please stop by throughout the evening! 

Find the Event on Facebook!

Junior Sendoff

Multiple Final Exam Notification

We're offering a pilot program to determine the need for creating a University policy about undergraduate students with three or more final exams in a 24-hour period. A final exam is an in-class exam offered during the final exam period (December 14 - 21 for Fall 2017). This pilot program, and the validation of your scheduled final exams, is an attempt to gauge the volume of students in this situation.
Students who complete our Multiple Final Exam Notification form will work with their instructors to attempt to reschedule one of the exams, which may not be possible. Instructors are not obligated to change an exam date for students in this situation, but the earlier the situation is identified, the more likely an option can be offered.

To participate in this pilot program, students must complete the Multiple Final Exam Notification form no later than November 15 for Fall 2017 final exams. Completion of the form will require uploading a syllabus for each class with final exams during the 24-hour period.

Complete the Multiple Final Exam Notification Form