Deborah Pierce, J71
Living in Belmont, Massachusetts and working as an architect, she won the 2009 Honor Award for Accessible Design in the residential category, granted by the Boston Society of Architects and the Massachusetts Architectural Access Board.
Alumni Association and Office of Alumni Relations
The Tufts University Alumni Association, which was established in 1860 and now includes more than 100,000 Tufts graduates, welcomes participation from all its members. The Alumni Association strives to promote Tufts' spirit, tradition, and collegiality and to strengthen the links among our members and their alma mater. All graduates from any school or program at Tufts are automatically lifelong members, free of charge, of the Tufts University Alumni Association.
The Office of Alumni Relations, in collaboration with the Tufts University Alumni Association, is pleased to provide many opportunities for our alumni and friends to participate in activities and events that foster a lifelong connection between Tufts, its students, and its alumni.
History & Traditions
Tufts University Alumni Association (Tufts Alumni) has been an integral part of the fabric of Tufts almost since the university’s founding. In fact the “Association of the Alumni of Tufts College” was formed in July of 1860, just four years after the college held its first commencement.