The Tufts Asian American Alumni Association invites students and alumni to hear from Aaron Parayno, the Director of the Asian American Center at Tufts as well as from current seniors. The event begins with initial introductions, remarks from Aaron and students sharing their experiences on how the Asian American Center has supported and their lives at Tufts. There will be time for Q & A followed by networking in breakout rooms bringing together both Asian American alumni and students.
Tufts Now invited all the university’s schools to share the names of members of the Class of 2022, so that we can convey to our readers the creativity, intelligence, and drive of some of Tufts' newest (soon-to-be) alumni. We hope you enjoy meeting some of this year’s graduates.
ara Willner-Giwerc, E18, Gail Willner-Giwerc, A86, and Linda Willner, J62 have more than a last name in common. As graduates of Tufts University, the women share a legacy of learning—and teaching—that spans three generations.
Benny Kim, E16, EG17, has been fascinated by clean energy technologies since childhood. “How cool is it that we can power communities with energy from the sun?” he asks.
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