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TIE Launches New Master’s Degree

Thursday, January, 11th, 2018 News

Four Tracks. Limitless Paths.  The Tufts Institute of the Environment  (TIE) is proud to announce the launching of our Master’s degree in Sustainable Water Management (SWM). This endeavor marks the start of an exciting new chapter in TIE’s history and offers a unique opportunity for prospective students who are interested in humanitarian water issues and Read More

TIE Celebrates Fellows’ Research

Friday, December, 15th, 2017 News

Friday, December 15, 2017: The Tufts Institute of the Environment’s Environmental Fellowship Research Program (TIE Fellowship), celebrated the interim findings of the eleven 2017-2018 TIE Fellows on November 30, 2017. The TIE Fellow’s Banquet brought together the eleven Fellows, their Tufts research advisors, Tufts’ Provost David Harris, and TIE staff for a festive occasion honoring interdisciplinary Read More

TIE Fellow Creates New Course

Wednesday, November, 22nd, 2017 News

Wednesday, November 22, 2017: Emerging from the culmination of her thesis project and her summer in Montana working on the Upstream project, Isabel Beavers (TIE Fellow 2017-2018 cohort) returns to Tufts and the Boston area with an exciting new project that once more allows her to explore the nexus between art, advocacy, and science.   Read More

Film Club Nov 7th @ 5pm: Death by Design

Friday, October, 27th, 2017 Film Club News

The Dirty Secret of our Digital Addiction   It’s here: the first Environmental Film Club showing of the season! When: Tuesday, November 7, 5PM Where: Cabot Intercultural Center, Room C205, Medford Campus Consumers love – and live on – their smartphones, tablets and laptops. A cascade of new devices pours endlessly into the market, promising Read More

TIE Co-Sponsors Eco-Art Exhibit

Friday, October, 27th, 2017 News

Along with our partners at Tufts’ Environmental Studies Program, Tufts Art Gallery, and the Visual and Critical Studies Department, TIE is excited to announce a call for art submissions for the upcoming exhibit, “nATure. Reshaping eco-art.” This is a wonderful chance for some interdisciplinary thinking: how can we think about nature and ecology from an Read More

Annual Environmental Brunch

Tuesday, October, 24th, 2017 News

Environmental organizations at Tufts celebrate the start of a new academic year Students, fellows, faculty and staff gathered outside Miller Hall on a Wednesday in late September to eat, network, and learn about environmental engagement at Tufts. Representatives from a variety of Tufts institutes and groups spoke briefly about the myriad of ways that students Read More

DCEFF in Boston!

Friday, October, 6th, 2017 Film Club News

TIE Partners with DCEFF! October 11-13 TIE has partnered with the DC Environmental Film Festival (DCEFF) in order to help advance them in their mission of advancing public understanding of environmental issues through the power of film. In 2016, the DCEFF expanded beyond Washington, D.C. and featured On Tour: Boston, a special travelling film showcase to bring the Read More

Arctic Discoveries

Friday, September, 29th, 2017 News

TIE Fellow Isabel Beavers Discusses how Art becomes Advocacy Friday, September 29, 2017: Tufts Institute of the Environment Fellow Isabel Beavers spoke at the Environmental Studies’ Lunch and Learn program on September 14, 2017 to discuss the culmination of her thesis project at the Tufts University School for the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA). An Read More

Ten Years for Nepal

Tuesday, June, 27th, 2017 News

TIE hosted Dibesh Karmacharya to discuss Public Health, Conservation, and Research Culture in Nepal