Who doesn’t remember ice breakers on the first day of school? Despite the nerves of the new comers, it always results in a new friend. This was one of my first assignments of the new school year and it definitely brought back memories of some of my first days! Here are some photos from the orientation activities last week with students from The Fletcher School at Tufts.
With Labor Day weekend marking the unofficial ‘end of summer,’ I figured this is the perfect opportunity to post this. A few weeks back I had a pretty cool assignment covering the Leadership Alliance summer program for Tufts. This nationwide Alliance is a collaborative program that provides research experiences for undergraduate students. That morning I captured undergraduate students from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. as they worked on research with Tufts graduate students.
Here are a couple selects…
…and feel free to read the full article on the TuftsNow website!
Love in Stockholm recently performed during a prospective student welcome reception that I was covering. This was my first time hearing the band and would highly recommend them to anyone! If you’re interested in hearing some music check-out their next gig tomorrow night (08.04.11) in Cambridge, MA at the Jill Brown-Rhone Park in Central Square. Here are a few selects from the reception.
Tufts University Alumni Association recently hosted the 2011 Alumni Awards ceremony. These awards honor Alumni of Tufts whose distinguished accomplishments bring credit upon themselves, their communities, and their professions. It is the highest honor, which the Alumni Association can present. Here are a few scenes from the 2011 Alumni Awards, held on April 9, 2011.
Here are a few scenes while a group of parents enjoyed a morning full of presentations and discussions with Tufts University School of Medicine faculty during ‘Parents Day’ held on March 11, 2011 at the Boston campus.
Last January, I had the opportunity to photograph Tufts CTSI (Clinical and Translational Science Institute) investigators and community partners present findings from two research projects at the launch of the “Race: Are We So Different?” exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science on Martin Luther King Day. These projects aimed at improving community health and combating health disparities. The event was extremely interesting! I even learned a few things about the effects of highway pollution on the cardiovascular health of residents (myself included) in the Somerville/Medford area.
I recently photographed the Tufts University Dodgeball Tournament at the Chinatown YMCA. The tournament attracted about 160 medical and dental students from the Boston campus, making it very competitive and fun to photograph!
Here are a few quick images.