Tufts in the News

Jul 24, 2017
The Success of Paying People to Not Cut Down Trees
Economist Kelsey Jack is quoted in this article about the concept of paying low-income villagers to refrain from chopping down trees in an effort to stop deforestation.
Jul 21, 2017
What makes Pakistan so unfathomable
Historian Ayesha Jalal discusses the diverse and unusual political landscape of Pakistan.
Jul 20, 2017
Why Macron Dared to Confront France's Top General
Political scientist Richard Eichenberg conducted research on the "necessity" and overall impact of war.
Jul 19, 2017
The mad cheese scientists fighting to save the dairy industry
Nutrition expert Parke Wilde talks about the oversupply of dairy in the United States, and comments on the role of a group called Dairy Management, Inc.

Ask the Expert

Jessica Zorge, the wildlife program assistant at Tufts Wildlife Clinic who handles calls from the public during wild baby season, responds
Cailin Heinze, a veterinary nutritionist at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center, responds

In Brief

Many dentists’ websites contain inaccurate information about treating temporal mandibular disorders (TMDs)
Soybean consumption may be beneficial for some women with breast cancer


Field hockey player and recent Tufts graduate Annie Artz was selected as a is a member of the 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-America Division III At-Large Teams

Tyler Olney, men's lacrosse player and recent graduate, was selected as a member of the 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-America Division III At-Large Team