Category Archives: Latest News

Science and Engineering Complex Officially Dedicated

The new Science and Engineering Complex , one of the most energy-efficient buildings of its kind, was officially dedicated on Friday, October 13th.

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Waste Bin Liner Changes

Due to recent changes in the recycling industry, blue-tinted liners will no longer be accepted at the recycling center. Landfill bins will now have blue bags and recycling bins will now have clear bags.  Learn more. 

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Climate Change and Rise in Freshwater Algal Blooms

“The impact of climate change goes way beyond warmer air temperatures, rising sea levels and melting glaciers.”- Steven Chapra, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Tufts University. Read more here .

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The Bee Nutritionist

Bees need balanced diets too! Read about Tufts Ph.D. Candidate, Rachael Bonoan’s, research into declining bee populations and how nutritious diets may help stabilize colonies from collapsing.

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Periods and Questions Marks

Billions of women lack secure access to hygienic menstrual care products and health education. Read how Tufts Graduate, Cristina Stadler Ljungberg, created Giving Wings to help educate women about menstruation.

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Updated Publications

Download our new brochures for 2017!

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New Solar Installations Unveiled in Grafton

Two new solar installations at the Cummings School are expected to save Tufts University up to $5.3 million over the next 20 years.

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Our Willingness to Waste

Why do we buy food we don’t intend to eat—and what can be done about it? Read the full story on Tufts Now .

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Bright Spots in a Troubled Food System

Danielle Nierenberg, N01, founder of Food Tank, forges unlikely alliances in an effort to feed the world. Read the full story on Tufts Now .

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Creating Brave Spaces

We all need to repair the breach in relationships that the election exposed, Rev. Jennifer Bailey, A09, told crowd at MLK Symposium

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