In 2020, All Hands Were on Board at Tufts Responding to the Pandemic
As COVID-19 changed the world, the university pivoted quickly to keep students learning and everyone safe Read More
Tufts University, Medford and Somerville Launch Innovative COVID-19 Testing Program for PK-12 Schools
New, more efficient pooled testing model could make PK-12 education safer, curb spread in local communities Read More
Researchers Across Tufts Pivot to Fight COVID-19
Tufts' scientists collaborate to understand the coronavirus, from how it is transmitted to the disparity of its harm. Read More
It is imperative that we take steps as individuals and as a community to help limit the spread of the coronavirus. For the latest updates and guidance from Tufts... Read More
Brighter World: The Campaign for Tufts
Brighter World is the largest fundraising initiative in Tufts' history. Gifts to support our comprehensive campaign will strategically bolster the Tufts experience and strengthen the university’s global impact. Read More
About President Monaco
Anthony P. Monaco has served as the thirteenth president of Tufts University since August 1, 2011. An accomplished leader, scientist and teacher, Dr. Monaco brings to the Tufts presidency deep-rooted commitments to academic excellence, diversity, access and inclusion, a global perspective, and a keen awareness of the power of higher education to impact individuals and society.
Under President Monaco’s leadership, the university has identified strategic directions and key initiatives that will support and enhance Tufts’ longstanding commitments to innovation, collaboration, civic life and global perspectives. Major initiatives of Dr. Monaco’s tenure have included the 2016 acquisition of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and he has personally led university-wide initiatives on diversity and inclusion, sexual misconduct prevention, student mental health, and sustainable operations. Each of these efforts builds on a comprehensive assessment of how Tufts could best put its values and institutional commitments into practice.
A distinguished geneticist, Dr. Monaco’s doctoral research led to a landmark discovery: the gene responsible for X-linked Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophies. Before coming to Tufts, he spent two decades as a faculty member and senior academic leader at the University of Oxford.