Transcript: Teacher in the Spotlight Professor David Kaplan helped in make revolutionary steps in the medical world with the use of silk. "Researchers at the Tufts University School of Engineering have discovered a way to maintain the potency of vaccines and other drugs (that otherwise require refrigeration) for months and possibly years at temperatures above 110 degrees F, by stabilising them in a silk protein made from silkworm cocoons. This could be a universal storage and handling system." -Technology Times (September 9, 2012) The Impact "International health experts estimate that nearly half of all global vaccines are lost due to breakdowns in the 'cold chain'." -Technology Times cold chain is the temperature that vaccines must be stored in so that the vaccines do not become inactive important for shipping vaccines to other countries with hot climates If cold chains are not properly maintained diseases may spread quickly From an article by Martin Yakum Tufts is involved and concerned with foreign relations and wants to help struggling nations "Measles is one of the leading killers of children worldwide. Without refrigeration, the MMR vaccine rapidly loses potency. But after six months of storage in freeze-dried silk films at body temperature (37 C) and at 113 F (45 C), all components of the vaccine retained approximately 85 percent of their initial potency." -Technology Times Measles is one of the leading causes of death among young children even though a safe and cost-effective vaccine is available. In 2013, there were 145 700 measles deaths globally – about 400 deaths every day or 16 deaths every hour. from World Health Organization "Jeney Zhang, a graduate student from Tufts University, working in the lab of silk maestro David Kaplan, showed that silk can stabilise two antibiotics - penicillin and tetracycline - as well as the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine." -Technology Times she is now Professor Kaplan's adviser students appreciate their time at tufts and after graduation want to stay involved with the Tufts atmosphere Tufts has programs to help graduates get jobs internship opportunities are very helpful Job outlook for Biomedical Engineers looks quite promising Job possibilities: Tissue Engineering for Bone and Cartilage Replacement Advanced Polymeric Materials Characterization and Rheology Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Cells, Tissues, and Organisms Plasma Reaction Engineering for Pollution Control and Disinfection Biomass Conversion to Energy by Enzymatic/Catalytic/Thermal/Plasma Methods Advanced Computational Methods in Materials, Catalysis, and Transport Solid State Materials Synthesis and Characterization Average Salary of a Biomedical Engineer: $86,960 Can range from $52,600-$124,000 In America at this time there is a movement being made to get more females to get involved in engineering The job outlook for females in biomedical engineering is even higher than for males because of this Engineer Girl Not too far from home but not too close to from home Suburban school Family friend attended Tufts really enjoyed the school and recommended it 99% of Classes are taught by professors 19% acceptance rate Average class size:20 and 9:1 student to teacher ratio and in the engineering program it is 7:1 allows students to obtain good relationships with the professors- which will help with getting a job out of college a plethora of study abroad opportunities available and encouraged Roughly 5,255 undergraduates and 10,837 total students medium sized college Is part of the "Little Ivies" Ranked #15 in research universities by Forbes Has the rare campus style of being both a liberal arts college as well as a research college Must have a certain number of credits in specific areas such as English and Math however these courses can be chosen by the student based on their strengths #27 of national Universities and #28 for best value by U.S. News 50 to 50 male to female ratio No cars or pets on campus 23% instate and 77% out of state Fenway Park about 5 miles from Medford campus student discount for tickets to TD Garden and Fenway Park Tons of events on campus Homecoming game (hosted by Greek Life) Theater Productions Dancing Spring Fling Freshmen and Sophomores required to live on Campus and Juniors and Seniors are not guaranteed on campus housing special interest group housing Bush Hall dorms a double is 12 feet by 16 feet Internships, work study, and student jobs available and encouraged Tufts was established in 1852 Boston businessman Charles Tufts gave land to the Universalist Church to start a college in the 1840s Universalists believe in eventual holiness and happiness of all the human race, as revealed to the world in the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ this has become a policy of Tufts 1852 the Commonwealth of Massachusetts chartered Tufts 1954 Tufts went from "Tufts College" to "Tufts University" Mascot Jumbo the elephant was a real animal one of the only mascots found in the Webster Dictionary PT
Transcript: Fun Facts This is a MATCH school for me academically because... Application & Financial Aid Information: Organizations: Catholic Community in Tufts/ Cheerleading/ Entertainment Board College Characteristics: Most Tufts undergraduates live on campus and can choose to reside in small houses, traditional dorms, or shared apartments/ Diversity Every freshman lights a candle on the President’s Lawn on the first night on campus. “The Daily Cannon” is a beloved student tradition of vandalism SAT(essay not required) OR ACT(essay not required) Superscore SAT II tests: School of Arts and Sciences (Subject test of choice OR ACT w/writing) -- School of Engineering (Math level I & II, Physics or Chemistry OR ACT w/writing) SAT average: 2158 GPA: 4.06 Fall application deadline for 2016: November 1-December Supplements: 3 short response questions Common App Financial need:100% FONTS Tufts University This is a MATCH school for me in terms of campus culture because... Tufts for two weeks in Oct. Tufts’ University tier is 1. Major offered: Education, Minor offered: Engineering Management. Departments: American studies & Education Enrollment: 10,872 Location: Medford, MA (Urban) Private research school founded in 1852 & known for its engineering & liberal arts programs This is a MATCH school for me in terms of environment because...
Transcript: All recruitment activities are completed by D2d team with your approval ~10% per year progress to diabetes A multi-center trial to determine whether vitamin D supplementation delays the onset of diabetes in people at risk for diabetes. Key Criteria Benefits to Participants and Clinicians Local lab: A1c fasting glucose Informing patients of D2d Examples: Patient 2 A diabetes prevention trial to determine whether vitamin D supplementation delays the onset of diabetes in people at risk for diabetes. 4,000 IU Central lab: A1c fasting glucose 2-hour glucose (OGTT) to do: insert map w/ new sites Examples: Patient 1 2,382 US adults; 112 in Boston metro area (Tufts) 1. EMR-based Querying EMR for A1c, glucose, weight, age, meds Send invitation letter to patients that pre-qualify On behalf of the PCP [see example 1] * BEST * “with permission by PCP” [see example 2] 2. Brochures, flyers, risk assessments in waiting rooms Patients are always followed by their clinicians 1. Educate and support 2. Seek additional modifiable, safe, inexpensive, acceptable interventions. “My doctor keeps telling me to lose weight, but it is tough. If I qualify, every morning I take the study pill, it will be a reminder that I need to do something about it.” A1c 6.1% (pre-diabetes) Fasting glucose 92 mg/dL (normal) Glucose after OGTT 196 mg/dL (diabetes range) OGTT results helped patient and clinician concentrate on post-prandial efforts Where is D2d? 1. Assessing diabetes risk [A1c, FPG, OGTT] at baseline 2. Monitoring for diabetes [A1c, FPG, OGTT] every 2/year Results shared with patient and clinician 3. Participants receive education on reducing risk of diabetes (NDEP and D2d-specific material, groups sessions) 4. Participants take pride in participating in a landmark trial and contributing to research to prevent diabetes
Transcript: In 1852 ,Tufts college was founded by Christian Universalists who worked for years to open a non-sectarian institution of higher learning.The French-american nutritionist Jean Mayer became president of Tufts in the late 1970s and,through a series of rapid acquisitions, transformed the school into an internationally renowned research university.In the 1840s, the Unilateralist church wanted to open a college in New England, and in 1852, Charles Tufts donated 20 acres to the church to help them achieve this goal.Tufts expanded in the 1930s with the opening of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, the first graduate school of international affairs in the United States and a collaboration with Harvard University. My college supply list includes many things like the following:Bathroom supplies Foot wear clothes Jackets Laundry basket mini fridge dishes utensils laundry detergent trash can bath towels TV drinks snacks power strips laptop printer book shelf bedding wall decorations art supplies lamp make up camera.The total volume will be 230.80 ft cubic units.I will need 15 boxes for all of my belongings. photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli I choose Tufts University as my collage beacouse when i grow up i want to study medicine.And also because when i was in fourth grade i got to go and explore the collage.And most importantly i saw students happy as they started and ended there classes. My Personal items My project was very difficult because we had to pack every thing we would need.As if we were moving out to collage.So in my project i include planning,boxes,my collage supply list,and packing all of my belongings.So i hope you enjoy my presentation. My Moving Day!!! Melissa Benitez 5A Tufts University Tufts University Tufts is not just a collage it is called tufts dedicated to their mascot who is an elephant who died for saving another baby elephant's life. Tufts University Truck The length of the truck =10 ft the width =6ft the Height =4ft the total is 240 ft. The total miles from my home to my school is 6.1 miles.I will need to pay $1,503.06 for the gas. The math skills i used were addition and adding decimals and multiplication. My collage
Transcript: I got to work with low income youth, instructing them on reading and math and having a blast S O C I A L In response to your quote by Virginia Woolf, I would like to present my own favorite: "Remember, no matter where you go, there you are." -Confucius I also had the opportunity to be interviewed for a radio show talking about teens and mental illness. I am just starting my own blog on teen mental health, something I wish to continue in college. As a Jumbo, I know I can change the world This includes time spent in Ecuador... Y ahora puedo hablar Espanol con fluidez, una hablidad muy util (Now I can speak Spanish fluently, a highly useful skill) M Y F A M I L Y And my journey ends in Medford, Massachusetts at O U T D O O R S This is where it all started, my hometown of Boulder, Colorado. To continue my work with eating disorder prevention, I traveled to DC to lobby for the FREED Act. And Panama, where I lived in a rural community for six weeks B E I N G Costa Rica... My life so far has been a whirlwind. In my first seventeen years on the planet I have learned much about myself and the world around me-- and I am eager to learn more. Growing up in Colorado, I have come to value three important things A C T I O N This past summer I worked as an intern for the I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County Hi Tufts! My name is Mariana Webb. From my application you probably already know a great deal about me, but I want to show you my story. One of my passions is exploring the world. I have spent over 4 months total in Latin America My host family for the summer Here is my journey... (yes, that is me) What I packed to sustain me for two months! As a member of US Rep. Jared Polis's Youth Advisory Council, I get to debate policy with some of the brightest young political minds in my state Not to mention, Mexico
Transcript: PYD'ed Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development 4H Study of PYD What are the "positives" in positive youth development? What are the "strengths" in strength-based? Thank You! "YD programs are marked by the "Big 3" characteristics (1) positive and sustained adult-youth relations; (2) life skills-building activities for youth; and (3) opportunities for youth participation in and leadership of valued community activities...longitudinally, PYD predicts both community contributions and lessened likelihood of risk/problem behaviors. (in essence thriving)" Provide our data sets to enterprising PhD students & data analytics firms Continue to augment our business based on learnings from our eval system Improve training and professional development for our mentors Adapt agency goals based on PYD outcomes Vision Statement 6 PYD Where do we go from here? Earnest Coulter https://www.tfaforms.com/4671420 Youth Enrollment assessment + Volunteer Enrollment assessment + Matching / Pairing Documentation + Training materials + 6-month cycle ongoing evals + Staff training and assurance + Big and guardian intentionality = Full integration of our PYD system 2 Common Scale Common Sense Identify risk Isolate unwanted behaviors Address weaknesses directly Rely on outside resource Liang, Spencer, West, & Rappaport, 2013 Identify potential Whole child Re-enforce strengths Opportunities for learning Leverage Inside resource Richard Lerner The goals of youth mentoring have broadened from redressing youth problems to promoting positive youth development. Yet, many of the principles associated with contemporary conceptualizations of development found in the positive youth development (PYD) and community psychology (CP) literature have yet to be fully integrated into mentoring research and practice. These approaches place greater emphasis on youth as assets to their communities and the promotion of positive development through the cultivation of these assets, often by fostering collaborative partnerships between youth and adults to effect social change. 5 Our vision is to inspire, engage and transform the communities of Mass Bay by helping youth achieve their full potential, contributing to healthier families, better schools, brighter futures and stronger communities Mission Statement The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay is to partner with under-resourced families to provide their children with transformational, one-to-one professionally-supported relationships with caring adult mentors, so that their children will thrive 1. Brain = curiosity; 2. Hand = connection; 3. Spine = confidence; 4. Feet = character; 5. Heart = caring; 6. Face = competencies 3 Deficit-Based "….make the little chap feel that there is at least one human being in this great city who takes a personal interest in him, who cares whether he lives or dies." 1 The 5 Cs On the horizon 3.00-2.00 = exhibiting positive behaviors a majority of the time, area of strength, celebrate and re-enforce 1.99-1.00. = exhibiting desired behaviors inconsistently, area in need of improvement, build a strategy with all match parties 0.99-0.01 = few/no positive indicators in this domain, pursue additional resources (support, referrals, etc), supervisor should be consulted PYD Evaluations Strength-Based 4 Character Connection Confidence Caring Competence +Curiosity The Journey to Becoming a PYD Agency Big Brothers Big Sisters
Transcript: Tufts University 50% men 50% women Average age: 20 77% of students are from out of state 23% of students are from in state Total undergraduates: 5,177 Student to faculty ratio 9:1 Badminton Baseball Basketball Cheerleading Football Lacrosse The school is part of the NCAA All of the NCAA teams are in division III Some other levels of the sports are intramural, Club, and intercollegiate For more Information on the sports at Tufts University visit: http://www.gotuftsjumbos.com/landing/index Location Tufts is located in Medford, Massachusetts, which is right outside of Boston. Sat Scores I chose to research Tufts University because It is a great academic school and I want to go there. Attending this school is a great goal to have because only 17% of applicants are accepted. Another reason I want to go to this school is because it is close to Boston. I have been there a couple of times and it is very fun. Also, This school isn't to far from Madison, so I would be able to drive home When I want to. Tufts University is the college I want to attend after highschool. For more information on Tufts University visit: http://www.tufts.edu/ Highschool Requirements Academic Information Most popular bachelor's degree is social sciences at 31% of students 9% Engineering 7% biology 7% Psychology 7%Visual and Performing Arts 6%Foreign Languages and Literature 6%Interdisciplinary Studies Why I chose this school For more extra information on Tufts University visit: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-university-search/tufts-university?q=Tufts%2BUniversity&searchType=college Tour of Tufts campus With the tuition fee and all of the other expenses the estimated cost per year for living on campus is about $65,900. Student Body Cost Sports Activities
Transcript: Tufts University Medford, Massachusetts LIBERAL ARTS SCHOOL recognized among the premier research universities Average class size: 20, majority are lower Tuition: $55,000 Interviews are reccomended SAT Critical Reading: 690-770 Math: 690-770 Writing: 690-770 ACT: 31 40% study abroad Chile, China, Ghana Hong Kong, Japan, London Tübingen, Germany Madrid, Oxford, Paris, 13 minutes away from downtown Boston 28 NCAA Division III sports teams Free admission to dozens of art exhibitions, drama and dance performances, concerts, comedy shows, film screenings and cultural talks 200 university-recognized student activity groups that anyone can form 30% identify as students of color 90% in top 10% of graduating class 24.5% acceptance rate Students are from 45 states and 39 countries Rated among the best college food in the country Freshman can live in a dorm with just freshmen or mixed class housing Sophmore year students can continue living in dorms or move to a house or apartment Small Group Housing offers undergraduates a chance to live with students who share cultural or academic interests Total students: 9,273 Tufts meets 100% financial need of admitted students 13 minutes away from downtown Boston
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