The Tufts Research and Data Symposium for Food and Nutrition is a student-led, virtual, multi-day conference hosted by Friedman School students. It provides a forum for sharing nutrition research, discussing real-world challenges and controversies, and exploring the role of data analytics in nutrition and public health. This conference is a multi-day symposium for student skill development, professional networking, and research presentations. It enables students to both engage in technical and computational skill building and promote their own research. If you’re interested in learning more, please contact Lori Rodriguez, Associate Director of Career Services at the Friedman School.