News & Announcements

Living with Chronic Illness and/or Disabilities

Join Marussia Role and B. Francis Chen of CMHS for a gathering to support and establish connections among undergraduate and graduate students who live with chronic illness and/or disabilities. People with additional intersectional identities welcome.

  • When: Friday, March 29 from 3 - 4:15 p.m.
  • Where: Counseling and Mental Health Service (120 Curtis Street)
  • To RSVP or ask a question, email marussia.role@tufts.edu.

Living with Chronic Illness and/or Disabilities

Try miles2share

Tufts joined the miles2share network on March 1 to help connect riders and drivers on all of our campuses. This platform matches people with overlapping routes and enables users to share rides to and from campus, meetings, daily commutes, and more. You’ll save money, reduce your carbon footprint, and help make Tufts more sustainable. Download the app to find carpool routes with others at Tufts, and help build our carpool community!

Try miles2share 

miles2share

Be a Host for the Annual EPIIC Symposium!

The Institute for Global Leadership is holding its annual EPIIC Symposium and is looking for Tufts students who are willing to host visiting college students in their rooms March 5-11. Interested in hosting? Fill out the application by Friday, February 22

Apply to be a Host for the Annual EPIIC Symposium

Global Leadership

 

Nominate a Student Organization

We're collecting nominations for the annual Student Organization Awards Ceremony! Please consider nominating a student organization for their hard work. Check out all the award titles and descriptions. The ceremony will be held on April 24 at 7 p.m. in Alumnae Lounge.

Nominate a Student Organization

Student Organization Awards

Intentional Diversity and Inclusion

Join us on Thursday, February 28 at 6:30 p.m. in ASEAN Auditorium for a conversation with Wade Davis, former NFL player and the NFL's first LGBT inclusion consultant! All are welcome -- and no tickets required

Intentional Diversity

SOLD OUT - Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism: A Conversation with Dr. Robin DiAngelo and Jack Hill

THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT!

Attend virtually at http://webcast.tufts-emc.org/Tufts_Live.html

White Fragility

Part of the "White Fragility in America Tour," this presentation will feature antiracist educator Dr. Robin DiAngelo in conversation with award-winning journalist Jack Hill, and will include an in-depth discussion about how white fragility develops, how it protects racial inequality, and what we can do to engage more constructively. Dr. DiAngelo and Mr. Hill will use Dr. DiAngelo's New York Times best-selling book, WHITE FRAGILITY: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, as a point of reference throughout.

This is an open and FREE event. Tickets are required. "Pre-sale" tickets for the Tufts community will be available on TuftsTickets.com beginning February 18. Tickets for the general public will be available beginning February 25.

Liberal Arts Advising Drop-In Hours

Are you a Liberal Arts student with a questions about academic advising? Join the Advising Deans and Students Success Advisors each Tuesday from 12 - 1 p.m. for Drop-In Hours! To make an appointment with your Advising Dean or Students Success Advisor, visit go.tufts.edu/advising.

Dates & Locations: 2/12, Campus Center; 2/19, Tower Cafe; 2/26, Campus Center; 3/5, Tower Cafe; 3/12, Campus Center; 3/26, Tower Cafe; 4/2, Campus Center, 4/9, Campus Center; 4/16, Tower Cafe; 4/23 Campus Center

Love & Bananas

Join the Tufts Elephant Conservation Alliance for a film screening of "Love & Bananas" on Wednesday, February 13 at 6 p.m. in Robinson Hall, Room 253.

love and bananas

Congrats to the Winners of the Global Perspectives Photo Contest!

The winners for the 2nd Annual Global Perspectives photo contest have been announced! All Tufts students were invited to submit photos taken while studying, working, interning, or conducting research abroad last year. The photos are currently on display in Tisch Library, and the display will move to Boston and Grafton.

See the Winners of the Global Perspectives Photo Contest

Butterfly flying

E-Week, February 15 - 22

Get ready for Engineering Week at Tufts! All students, staff, faculty, alumni, and Tufts community members are invited to attend a variety of events from February 15 - 22. Start E-Week in style on Friday, February 15 with a Dean's Lecture from Norman Fortenberry, executive director of the American Society for Engineering Education, and then get things rolling with the E-Week Kick-Off Carnival on Monday, February 18.

See the Schedule for E-Week!

E-Week 2019