Student Global Engagement
Faculty Global Research
Initiated by the Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, the Tripoli Project aims to mobilize the various specializations of The Fletcher School as well as the wider academic community in the Greater Boston Area to support and understand the revival of the city as it is led by its own people.
Humans, animals, and the environment are fundamentally linked, yet the strategies to address their health typically remain separate. A key goal of the Tufts One Health Committee is to catalyze innovative research, education, field experiences, and community engagement through a collaborative and interdisciplinary One Health approach.
Tufts faculty from Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy and School of Arts and Sciences are involved in an interdisciplinary project team which includes the areas of anthropology, biology, chemistry, geography and climatology, nutrition science and policy, economics, and sustainable food systems.
Global Operations brings together experts in the areas of tax, purchasing, legal, human resources, and compliance to assess issues, provide advice, and reduce internal infrastructure barriers for University faculty and staff undertaking research, projects, or programs abroad.