In the World

Woman with glasses smiling. Engineers Without Borders leader Catherine Leslie tells about the thousands of students and professionals who volunteer worldwide to build everything from water systems to energy projects.
August 21, 2019 Large Image
Engineers Without Borders leader Catherine Leslie tells a Tufts podcast about the thousands of students and professionals who volunteer worldwide to build everything from water systems to energy projects

Tell Me More is a Tufts University podcast featuring brief conversations...

A speedboat racing in water with machine gun and Iranian flag  near a large oil tanker. Confrontations between the U.S. and Iran have far more to do with domestic U.S. politics than they do with any intention to go to war, says a Tufts expert
August 21, 2019 Large Image
The confrontations with Iran have far more to do with domestic U.S. politics than they do with any intention to go to war, says a Tufts expert

The long-simmering conflict between the United States and Iran threatened to boil over into direct military clashes earlier this summer, as Iran...

A red-haired man conducting a music group of young children. Layth Sidiq taught music to refugee Syrian children in Lebanon this May.
August 20, 2019 Large Image
In Lebanon, Layth Sidiq taught not just melodies but musical traditions to young students

Studying how to play the violin as a child growing up in Jordan, Layth Sidiq picked up more than bowing practices and sight reading. “I learned so...

Michael Tutt, chief medical officer for the Tséhootsooí Medical Center. As one of the few Native American physicians, he employs traditional and western medicine practices.
August 15, 2019 Large Image
Michael Tutt, M88, employs traditional and Western practices to heal his community

As a group, American Indian and Alaska Natives suffer the worst health in the nation. They have higher rates of chronic diseases, such as diabetes...

Closeup of Juan Manuel Santos, with another man in the background. Santos tells a Tufts podcast how he fought the odds to create peace in his native Colombia after more than fifty years of war.
August 7, 2019 Large Image
Nobel Peace Prize winner Juan Manuel Santos tells a Tufts podcast how he fought the odds to create peace in his native Colombia after more than fifty years of war

Tell Me More is a Tufts University podcast featuring brief conversations...

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