The Tufts IRACDA program partners with three minority serving institutions in the local Boston area. Scholars will carry out some of their teaching activities at these institutions and liaisons from these schools will participate with the scholars in developing their program. Our partner institutions are listed below.
Pine Manor College is a four year liberal arts college located in Chestnut Hill, a Boston suburb that is readily accessible by public transportation. Pine Manor ranks among the most diverse liberal arts college campuses in the United States according to US News and World Report.
Liaison: Colleen Krieser, PhD, Associate Professor of Biology
UMass Boston is a four year public university located in the Columbia Point section of Boston. The campus is readily accessible by public transportation. The university provides training leading to bachelor's degrees in a broad range of subjects and has a number of graduate programs.
Liaison: Brian White, PhD, Associate Professor of Biology
Bunker Hill Community College is a two year college offering an Associate in Science degree as well as an Associate in Arts degree. The college is located at several locations in the greater Boston area. The main campus is in Charlestown, MA and a second campus is located in Chelsea, MA. Five satellite facilities are found in Cambridge, East Boston, Revere, Somerville and the South End neighborhood of Boston.
Liaison: Elizabeth Dunphy, PhD, Professor of Biology and Chemistry