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Profiles in Giving 2012 Archive

Giving to Tufts transforms the university, and often the lives of both donors and recipients. These profiles highlight the experiences that prompt people to give to Tufts, as well as the tangible impact of their generosity.

  • The Sun also Rises
    Financial aid is helping Louie Zong, E13, accomplish not just one dream, but three
  • Jumbo maximus
    Appreciating the Gregory G. and Christine D. Randolph Scholarship
  • Head of the Class
    Catherine Dahl, D12, was the inspiration behind record participation in giving
  • “Good light is so important!”
    New space at the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences is literally shedding new light on research
  • “What are you doing tomorrow?”
    Dr. Steve Rubin, D75, and his wife Doris establish the Jack and Anne Rubin, D75P Endowed Senior Prize Fund
  • Building Bridges
    A little support goes a long way for Bridge to Engineering Success at Tufts (BEST) students
  • Lifetime Medicine
    The Iacono scholarship for Medical students ensures they can focus on what really matters
  • Generosity lasts a lifetime
    One gift leads to another with the establishment of the an endowed scholarship in memory of Dr. Robert W. Fasciano, A56
  • Giving Back
    The Gleason Family Endowed Scholarship Fund paves the way for future doctors
  • Successful Callings
    Tufts Telefund student workers get noticed by employers
  • Henricks Arts Acquisition
    To inspire children, Dr. Joan Henricks, J69, turns to giving
  • Steven J. Eliopoulos, A89
    A Summer Scholar in physics and astronomy exemplifies his ties to—and hopes for—Tufts
  • Edward Lanciani
    One man’s love of nature will live on at Cummings’ Wildlife Clinic
  • Dr. Nicholas Dodman
    Research into the dog genome is saving canine life—and holds promise for humans
  • Professor Alan Henrikson
    Fletcher’s Endowed Chair for Diplomatic History provides a bully pulpit for teaching American foreign policy
  • Naiara Souto, A10
    One woman’s century-old will of iron is helping a new generation of women pursue their own college dreams