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On July 1, 2019, Nadine Aubry became Provost and Senior Vice President of Tufts University. As Provost, she is the chief academic officer of Tufts University, overseeing eight schools as well as multiple cross-school programs, centers, and institutes.

The Office of the Provost is responsible for setting institutional and budgetary priorities that advance the University’s mission. This team ensures that our educational and research programs are of the highest quality by working closely with faculty, staff, alumni, and students to fulfill the University’s goals and aspirations. The Office of the Provost is also responsible for the Athletics department, the library system, international and industry collaborations, and the ten Boards of Advisors.

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Decision to Renew Memorandum of Understanding Re: Confucius Institute at Tufts University

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  • Center for Antimicrobial Resistance Renamed for Stuart B. Levy September 22, 2020
    The longtime Tufts researcher and physician was a booming voice on the consequences of antibiotic resistanceThe Center for Integrated Management of Antimicrobial Resistance, a collaborative effort supported by Tufts University and Tufts Medical Center, has been renamed the Stuart B. Levy Center for Integrated Management of Antimicrobial Resistance (Levy CIMAR) at Tufts, in honor of […]
    Lisa LaPoint
  • Tufts Is Studying a Pilot COVID-19 Test That Could Help Neighboring Schools September 15, 2020
    Faculty, staff, and students can take part in the effortTufts University has launched a pilot study that aims to help K-12 students safely return to their schools, and it is calling on the Tufts community to take part in the effort. The study, which began Sept. 14, will look at whether the simple type of […]
    Julie Flaherty
  • Welcoming the Class of 2024—Online September 3, 2020
    For a virtual matriculation, videos, new faces, and alumni come together to create both an all-encompassing and personal reception For more than six decades, matriculation at Tufts has been a well-choreographed celebration that unfolds on the Academic Quad, that leafy theater where first-year and transfer students, with the blessings of university leaders, embark on one […]
    Laura Ferguson
  • The Road to Eradicating Structural Racism at Tufts August 31, 2020
    Leaders share how new workstreams aim to guide Tufts toward a more equitable futureIn response to the latest incidents of racial violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin, President Anthony Monaco expressed his support for and solidarity with Black students, faculty, and staff at Tufts. “I share their pain and outrage over the shooting of Jacob Blake,” he […]
    Ronee Saroff
  • New Research Focuses on Using AI to Understand Neutrinos August 31, 2020
    Tufts is participating in a NSF artificial intelligence institute focused on fundamental particle physicsTufts has been chosen to participate in the recently established National Science Foundation Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Fundamental Interactions. The AI Institute is one of five announced by the NSF on August 26; the institutes are being established to secure the […]
    Mike Silver
  • Tufts Joins Major Effort to Build the Next Generation of Quantum Computers August 27, 2020
    Peter Love, an associate professor of physics, will lead the university’s participation in the projectTufts is joining a major U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) funded center called the Quantum Systems Accelerator (QSA), led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The center hopes to create the next generation of quantum computers and apply them to the study […]
    Mike Silver
  • The Case of the Reappearing Art August 18, 2020
    With help from software, a Tufts art history professor uncovers long-unseen fresco paintings in thousand-year-old Armenian churchesOn the rolling plateau along the border between Turkey and Armenia stand the ruins of the Cathedral of Ani, a magnificent building constructed between 989 and 1001 AD, along with many other long-abandoned churches in Ani, which was once […]
    Taylor McNeil
  • Tufts Awards Seed Funding for Work in Prevention and Treatment of Opioid Addiction July 16, 2020
    A new endowment supports education, research and civic engagement initiatives designed to support individuals and families who have been affected by the opioid crisisTufts has awarded seed funding to eight research projects that seek to address the complex individual and community challenges wrought by the opioid epidemic. The inaugural awards of the Tufts Initiative on […]
    Lisa LaPoint
  • Tufts Supports International Students in Face of ICE Rule July 13, 2020
    The university files amicus brief in support of lawsuit opposing new rule that forces international students to leave the U.S. if they take all their classes onlineTufts University has joined an amicus brief with several other institutions opposing the efforts of the Trump administration to restrict international students’ ability to enter or remain in the […]
    Taylor McNeil
  • Tufts Observes Juneteenth with Day of Reflection, Commitment, and Action June 24, 2020
    The university announces initiatives to address racism and increase support of diversityIn solidarity with the Black community and the pursuit for racial justice, Tufts hosted a Day of Reflection, Commitment, and Action on Friday, June 19, the national observance of Juneteenth. The event focused on making significant and lasting institutional changes that dismantle structural and […]
    Laura Ferguson