University Seminar is a program initiated by the Office of the Provost to further Tufts’ goal to prepare leaders with a rich and textured understanding of the world in all its complexity and diversity. Major aims of the University Seminar are to enhance the interface between research and teaching, to develop new research questions through trans-disciplinary approaches to a global issue, and to develop innovative teaching and learning methods that can be applied to the larger Tufts community and to its existing and emerging programs.Generally, University Seminar courses are offered two times, each in a different academic year.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis until course filled.
Food for all: Ecology, Biotechnology and Sustainability
Child and Youth Development: International Perspectives on Children in Exceptionally Difficult Circumstances
The Obesity Epidemic: Science and Food Economics
One Health: Interdisciplinary Approaches to People, Animals, and the Environment
Stem Cells and Human Enhancement: Scientific Frontiers, Ethics and Policy
Water and Diplomacy:
Water and Diplomacy: Integration of Science, Engineering, and Negotiations
Water & Diplomacy I: Water Science and Systems
Water & Diplomacy II: Public Policy Science & Ecological Economics
Water Diplomacy III: Science, Policy, and Politics of Water Management
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