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How Do You Figure?: Graphic Design Software For Scientists

on Tufts Boston Insight

by Judith M. Hollander

1 day, 20 hours ago

As I sit at home writing what will (hopefully) be my very first first-author manuscript, I began to wonder how scientists go about making their figures for a paper. Like many things in academia, it was probably […]

Love in the time of COVID-19

on Tufts Intellectual Commons

by Anne Moore

1 day, 20 hours ago

You might be stuck at home, but you are still FABULOUS Hello beautiful friends! How are you holding up? What's that? You're curled up in bed frozen in place because you opened the news app on your phone? Or […]

Working with Teaching and Learning Assistants Remotely

on Teaching@Tufts

by Staff

1 day, 21 hours ago

Flowers frame a view of Tisch Library across the President's Lawn (Alonso Nichols/Tufts University) by Dr Lauren Crowe, Lecturer in Cell Biology and Dr. Annie Soisson Director of the Center for the […]

From the home office: checking in with Yaritza

on Admissions Blog

by Daniel Birdsall

2 days ago

Returning to our staff updates, today we'll hear from Yaritza, gradually establishing a new routine for the workday: We are now in week three of working from home and it’s been quite an adjustment finding a s […]

Diana Chigas Discusses Social Norms and Corruption at Corruption in Fragile States Conference

on Henry J. Leir Institute

by Ellysse V. Dick

2 days ago

At the invitation of U4, Diana Chigas, CJL’s Program Co-Director traveled to Berlin in October 2019 to talk about why social norms matter more in contexts of fragility at the GIZ-sponsored Corruption in F […]