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The Office of Community Relations is a department of Tufts’ University Relations division. Community Relations creates the bridge between Tufts and its host communities of Medford, Somerville and Chinatown. Please subscribe to our Neighborhood Newsflash, and e-newsletter to stay up to date on what is happening at Tufts.

What We Do at Tufts

  • Advise university departments about a wide range of opportunities and connections in our host communities and advise them on maintaining these relationships.
  • Work with student organizations on community service and volunteer opportunities.
  • Manage the logistics of the annual Tufts Community Appeal campaign and the Tufts Neighborhood Service Fund grant opportunity.

What We Do in the Community

  • Build and maintain relationships with our neighbors.
  • Make university resources available to the community.
  • Connect Tufts programs to specific community needs.
  • Present Tufts’ annual Community Day – a celebration of our partnerships with Medford and Somerville.
  • Manage the Tufts Neighbors Page – a collection of lectures, discussions, concerts, art exhibits, performances, and other Tufts campus events that are open to our neighbors. Visit the site often!

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The Environmental Studies Program at Tufts hosts a weekly lunch and learn talk every Thursday at noon. This week's topic is farmer resilience in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. All are welcome to join us on our Medford/Somerville campus!

Free admission; no tickets required.

Can't join us in-person? Watch live: bit.ly/LunchLearnENVS

To see the full line-up for the semester, click here: as.tufts.edu/environmentalstudies/documents/lunchLearnSpring2019.pdf#page=1 ... See MoreSee Less

The Environmental Studies Program at Tufts hosts a weekly lunch and learn talk every Thursday at noon. This weeks topic is farmer resilience in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. All are welcome to join us on our Medford/Somerville campus! 

Free admission; no tickets required. 

Cant join us in-person? Watch live: http://bit.ly/LunchLearnENVS

To see the full line-up for the semester, click here: https://as.tufts.edu/environmentalstudies/documents/lunchLearnSpring2019.pdf#page=1

Do you work for a non-profit or start-up that could use help with marketing, growth strategy, financial analysis or another short-term project? 180 Degrees Consulting - Tufts University is seeking clients for the upcoming semester. Each client is assigned to a team of five to six student consultants, all of whom are committed to providing the highest quality of results without inflicting any costs to your organization or company.

To learn more and apply by the end of the week, contact Zoe Adamopoulos (Zoe.Adamopoulos@tufts.edu) and Tyler Jung (Tyler.Jung@tufts.edu). ... See MoreSee Less

Do you work for a non-profit or start-up that could use help with marketing, growth strategy, financial analysis or another short-term project? 180 Degrees Consulting - Tufts University is seeking clients for the upcoming semester. Each client is assigned to a team of five to six student consultants, all of whom are committed to providing the highest quality of results without inflicting any costs to your organization or company. 

To learn more and apply by the end of the week, contact Zoe Adamopoulos (Zoe.Adamopoulos@tufts.edu) and Tyler Jung (Tyler.Jung@tufts.edu).Image attachment

 

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Would love to see a local Medford group participate! I’ll share.

Medford Arts Council? Friends of the Fells?

Mayor Stephanie Muccini Burke. This would be a great opportunity for the library fundraising foundation!!!!

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Our Boston Chinatown neighbor, @BPSQuincyElem, did a wonderful job kicking off the program for Mayor @marty_walsh’s State of the City Address tonight! You can watch live now at https://t.co/X4APIn04fT.
#SOTC2019 #bostonMA #bostonarts

Do you work for a #Boston area non-profit or start-up that could use help with marketing, growth strategy, financial analysis or another short-term project? @180Tufts is seeking clients for the upcoming semester. More details here: https://t.co/f8K0mz7x1j

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Tomorrow at the @BCNCInc Pao Arts Center! Congrats to co-curator Dan Jay, dean of Tufts' Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences and adjunct prof. at @SMFAatTufts.

#ChinatownBoston #BostonMA

Beyond Expectations, an exhibition from Tufts' Dan Jay and Mary Y. Lee, showcases works addressing Asian American identity and the intersection of art and science. Opening 1/11 at the Pao Arts Center in #Boston: https://t.co/olWpCJ4EUP @BCNCInc

Our 2019 @JMHNRCA Monday Seminars schedule is up! We get started on January 28th with some pretty impressive researchers focused on aging and nutrition.! https://t.co/gTl9CkxfCS

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