Tufts University

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Tufts University is a private research university in Medford and Somerville, Massachusetts.wikipedia
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Medford, Massachusetts

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Tufts University is a private research university in Medford and Somerville, Massachusetts.
It is home to Tufts University, which has its campus along the Medford and Somerville border.

Somerville, Massachusetts

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Tufts University is a private research university in Medford and Somerville, Massachusetts.
It is home to Tufts University, which has its campus along the Somerville and Medford border.

Tufts University School of Engineering

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The School of Engineering has an entrepreneurial focus with the Gordon Institute and maintains close connections with the original college.
The School of Engineering is one of the ten schools that comprise Tufts University.

Tufts University School of Medicine

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The university has a campus in Downtown Boston that houses the medical, dental, and nutrition schools, affiliated with several medical centers in the area.
The Tufts University School of Medicine is one of the ten schools that constitute Tufts University.

List of Tufts University people

Alumni and affiliates
Alumni and affiliates include Nobel laureates, billionaires, heads of state, governors, senators, representatives, Emmy and Academy Award winners, and National Academy members.
The list of Tufts University people includes alumni, professors, and administrators associated with Tufts University.

New England Small College Athletic Conference

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A charter member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), Tufts College was founded in 1852 by Christian universalists who worked for years to open a nonsectarian institution of higher learning.
The eleven institutions are Amherst College, Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Connecticut College, Hamilton College, Middlebury College, Tufts University, Trinity College, Wesleyan University, and Williams College.

List of Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy alumni

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Other notable alumni include numerous CEOs and founders of Fortune 500 companies, high ranking U.S. diplomats, and Pulitzer Prize winners.
This is a list of select prominent alumni/ae of The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

Goddard College

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These include the establishment of preparatory schools for Tufts which include Goddard Seminary, Westbrook Seminary, and Dean Academy.
Founded by Universalists, Goddard Seminary was a four-year preparatory high school, primarily for Tufts College.

Alonzo Ames Miner

President Ballou died in 1861 and was succeeded by Alonzo Ames Miner.
Alonzo Ames Miner (August 17, 1814 – June 14, 1895) was the second president of Tufts University from 1862 to 1875.

Elmer Hewitt Capen

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Miner's successor, Elmer Capen was the first president to be a Tufts alumnus.
Elmer Hewitt Capen (April 5, 1838 – March 22, 1905) was the third president of Tufts College (now Tufts University), serving from 1875 to 1905.

Crane Theological School

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By 1869, the Crane Theological School was organized.
The Crane Theological School was a Universalist seminary at Tufts University founded in 1869 as the Tufts College Divinity School and closed in 1968.

Tufts University School of Dental Medicine

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The university has a campus in Downtown Boston that houses the medical, dental, and nutrition schools, affiliated with several medical centers in the area.
It is one of the 8 graduate schools that comprise Tufts University.

Frederick Stark Pearson

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His student at the college, Frederick Stark Pearson, would eventually become one of America's pioneers of the electrical power industry.
He graduated from Tufts University in 1883 with an A.M.B. and received an A.M.M. degree one year later.

Hosea Ballou II

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Having been one of the biggest influences in the establishment of the College, Hosea Ballou II became the first president in 1853, and College Hall, the first building on campus, was completed the following year.
Hosea Ballou II (October 18, 1796 – May 27, 1861) was an American Universalist minister and the first president of Tufts University from 1853 to 1861.

New England Conservatory of Music

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The university offers joint undergraduate degree programs with the New England Conservatory, and the Sciences Po Paris with additional programs with the University of Paris, University of Oxford and constituents of the University of London.
Also offered are five-year joint double-degree programs with Harvard University and Tufts University.

Stephen Moulton Babcock

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Another notable figure is Stephen M. Babcock who developed the first practical test to determine the amount of butterfat in milk.
He earned a B.A. from Tufts College in 1866 and attended Cornell University from 1872 to 1875, where he earned a master's degree before studying organic chemistry at the University of Göttingen, Germany, where he received a Ph.D. in 1879.

Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

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Among its schools is the United States' oldest graduate school of international relations, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (known as the Fletcher School) is the graduate school of international affairs of Tufts University, in Medford, Massachusetts.

Jumbo

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P. T. Barnum was one of the earliest benefactors of Tufts College, and the Barnum Museum of Natural History (Barnum Hall) was constructed in 1884 with funds donated by him to house his collection of animal specimens and the stuffed hide of Jumbo the elephant, who would become the university's mascot.
Jumbo is the Tufts University mascot, and is referenced by a plaque outside the old Liberal Hall, now a Wetherspoons pub, in Crediton.

Nancy Bauer (philosopher)

Nancy Bauer
One of the key figures in the merger, Nancy Bauer became the dean of the museum school.
She was recently Chair of the Philosophy Department at Tufts University and is currently Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Philosophy as well as the Dean of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts.

Gridley J. F. Bryant

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One of Tufts' first buildings, Ballou Hall was constructed from 1852–1854 and was designed in the Italianate style by the well known Boston architect Gridley James Fox Bryant.
His most notable designs are foundational buildings on numerous campus across the Northeastern United States, such as on the campuses of Tufts College, Bates College, and Harvard College.

Jean Mayer

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The university experienced some growth during the presidency of Jean Mayer (1976–1992).
At Harvard University, he served as Master of Dudley House before leaving in 1976 to become the tenth President of Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, where he is given credit for having brought about an unprecedented rise in the university's national reputation.

Ballou Hall

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One of Tufts' first buildings, Ballou Hall was constructed from 1852–1854 and was designed in the Italianate style by the well known Boston architect Gridley James Fox Bryant.
Ballou Hall is a historic academic building on the campus of Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts

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Tufts' largest school is the School of Arts and Sciences, which offers undergraduate and graduate degrees and includes both the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University (SMFA at Tufts) which is affiliated with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University (also known as the Museum School or SMFA at Tufts; formerly the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) is a school of Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, that offers undergraduate and graduate degrees dedicated to the visual arts.

Boston

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Tufts is organized into ten schools, including two undergraduate degree programs and eight graduate divisions, on four campuses in the Boston metropolitan area and the French Alps.
Three universities with a major presence in the city, Harvard, MIT, and Tufts, are just outside of Boston in the cities of Cambridge and Somerville, known as the Brainpower Triangle.

William Leslie Hooper

Other famous scholars include William Leslie Hooper who in addition to serving as acting president, designed the first slotted armature for dynamos.
William Leslie Hooper (August 2, 1855 – October 3, 1918) was the acting president of Tufts College (later Tufts University) from 1912 to 1914, between the terms of the fourth and fifth elected presidents.