Six-time Emmy Award winning television producer and Arts and Sciences Board member Nancy Glass, J77, A14P, reflects on her time at Tufts, mentoring the next generation and the key to good story telling. Learn more about Nancy’s work here.
Dental Board Chair Kathleen O’Loughlin, D.M.D, D81, talks about the dental profession and her goals as chair of the board. Read the full conversation here.
Tisch College Board member Matt Bai, A90, spoke at Tufts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series. Read about Matt’s work as a political journalist here.
This fall’s reunion at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine increased support for the school and its current students, thanks to a challenge offered by Cummings Board member Janet “JJ” Kovak McClaran, V98. Read about JJ’s challenge here.
Engineering Board member Stacey Morse, E77, reflects on her time in Hong Kong as a young alumna, and remembers being struck by the reputation Tufts has earned there. Learn more about Stacey’s challenge to young alumni.
In conversation with Tufts Veterinary Magazine Cummings Board Chair David McGrath, G83, V86, talks about his golden lab, his mentor and why he doesn’t run the Boston Marathon. Read the full conversation here.
When Robert J. Haber, E79, EG80, sees a problem, he leads the search for solutions. As a young chemical engineer, Haber got a close look at the international oil crisis of the late 1970s and early ’80s. Now he strongly advocates for energy sustainability. Read more about Bob here.
In her first job out of graduate school, Francine (Frankie) Trull, AG80, worked for Dr. Jean Mayer, then the president of Tufts, and helped establish the only veterinary school in New England, now known as the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Read more about Frankie here.
When Tufts created what is now the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Deborah Jospin, J80, A14P, became a founding member of its national advisory board, which she now chairs. In this role she led a university-wide appraisal of Tufts’ 10 Boards of Advisors, formerly Overseers: the new name reflects members’ roles not only as advisors to the schools, but also as advocates and ambassadors for the university. Read more about Deborah Jospin here.