0.50 cubic ft., 27 digital objects
The Tufts Program in International Relations was created in 1977 with the expressed purpose of preparing undergraduates for the rigors of graduate school in international affairs. In that inaugural year under its first director, Professor John S. Gibson of the Political Science Department, the program enrolled twenty-seven students. In 2010, the Program in International Relations has over six hundred declared majors and a national reputation.
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