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School of Dental Medicine

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1899

Tufts University School of Dental Medicine was established in 1868 as Boston Dental College. It was incorporated into Tufts College in 1899. The school is located on the Tufts Boston Campus.
Tufts University School of Dental Medicine was established in 1868 as Boston Dental College. It was incorporated into Tufts College in 1899. Although founded as a school to educate students from New England, today Tufts is renowned throughout the United States and the world as a center for academic and clinical excellence. Tufts boasts over 6,900 alumni composed of individuals from all fifty states and thirty-nine countries. The majority of the alumni outside of the USA have completed an Advanced Education Certificate program. Students receive a comprehensive education emphasizing the importance of didactic coursework, clinical experience, and practice management that prepares them to enter the work force as confident, proficient clinicians.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Dr. Irving Glickman demonstrates closed-circuit television to Tufts alumni, 1960

 Item — Box: Shared 114
Call Number: UA020.003.DO.01745
Scope and Contents: Original caption reads: "Dr. Irving Glickman, Professor of Oral Pathology, demonstrates closed-circuit television to over 500 Tufts Alumni."
Dates: 1960

Dr. Max Jacobs presents a clinic on closed-circuit television to Tufts alumni, 1960

 Item — Box: Shared 114
Call Number: UA020.003.DO.01746
Scope and Contents: Original caption reads: "Dr. Max Jacobs, right, Prof. of Oral Surgery, presents a clinic on closed circuit television to Tufts Alumni."
Dates: 1960

Lecture employing closed circuit television, 1965

 Item — Box: Shared 114
Call Number: UA020.003.DO.01743
Scope and Contents: This series contains photographs, artifacts, and videos related to the School of Dental Medicine.
Dates: 1965