Nick Dorian (he/him) is a doctoral student and researcher in the Biology department at Tufts, and one of the Excollege's Robyn Gittleman Graduate Teaching Fellows.
Katherine Wang (she/her) is a senior at Tufts majoring in Biology and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Tufts Alumna brings legal expertise to study of Mass Incarcerations.
Tufts Alum Jon Jon Moore returns to teach "Race, Politics, and the Paranormal Imagination."
Tufts Now recently looked back at this 1972 ExCollege cooking class for men designed to promote women’s lib.
The ExCollege provides teaching opportunities for Boston-area professionals and graduate students who have expertise in their field and a passion for teaching.
Eager to get to the bottom of this relationship, juniors Parker Killenberg and Jordan Sclar have created an Explorations course, Man’s Best Friend: The Psychology of Dogs for first-year students this Fall.
A fascinating course that explores Antarctica's formation and future in a storytelling context, taught by Marissa Grunes, a scholar of American literature whose dissertation examined the intersection of architecture and environmentalism in nineteenth-century American literature.
Tufts seniors Sophia Song and Kenar Haratunian believe binge-watching television shows isn’t just fun, it can be educational, too! By analyzing characters from popular shows, they aim to teach first-years how to become better leaders and enrich their own lives socially, academically, and professionally.