Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Journal News: TuftScope Spring 2009 Issue

Spring 2009 Issue

TuftScope's Spring 2009 issue is now available online at The new issue includes several new sections including a Historical Perspective and a Book Review. The Print Edition will be available on the Tufts University undergraduate campus at the beginning of the Fall 2009 academic semester.

If you are an individual interested in subscribing to TuftScope electronically or in print, we offer a subscription form on our website under "Contact." Electronic delivery is free, while the print subscription costs cover shipping costs.

Institutions, libraries and academic non-profit organizations can subscribe to TuftScope for no charge by contacting TuftScope at

Letters to the Editor in response to articles published within the journal, as well as longer formal submissions are welcomed. We hope that you enjoy this latest edition of TuftScope!

TuftScope Website 2.0

TuftScope is pleased to announce the launch of the new TuftScope Online Website. The website was completed under the direction of TuftScope Website Administrator Marwan Al-Jubeh. We hope that readers and authors will enjoy the redesigned website, which offers a new style and easier accessibility. The launch of TuftScope Online 2.0 completes one the key objectives of the 2006 - 2010 Initiative begun to redesign TuftScope for its 10th anniversary. We hope to continue to make more exciting and innovative additions to our website in the coming year.
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