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- Engineering Dean to Step Down April 23, 2014Linda Abriola guided the school to prominence in health, sustainability and the human-technology interfaceLinda M. Abriola, dean of Tufts School of Engineering, will step down at the end of the 2014–15 academic year. She will have led the school for a dozen years and served two university presidents. […]
- Hard to Breathe April 22, 2014Tufts researchers raise alarm about air pollution levels in HaitiAir pollution in the island nation of Haiti can reach levels considered hazardous by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to recent findings by Tufts researchers. The researchers—associate professor Mary Davis and Ann Rappaport in the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy […]
- Two Undergrads Named Truman Scholars April 22, 2014Award is given for leadership abilities and a commitment to public serviceTufts undergraduates Amber Rose Johnson and Safiya Subegdjo have been named 2014 Truman Scholars, joining 59 other college and university juniors from around the country to be recognized for their leadership promise and commitment to public service. Tufts is one of only five colleges a […]
- David Walt Named a University Professor April 21, 2014The Robinson Professor of Chemistry joins three other prominent faculty members in September with the titleDavid R. Walt, the Robinson Professor of Chemistry who does groundbreaking work in the biological applications of microwell arrays, has been named a University Professor, a designation currently held by only three other Tufts University faculty members. […]