In the World

April 22, 2019
Book topics range from memory and superpowers to GMOs and microeconomics, plus music, film, art exhibitions and more

The wide range of research and scholarship pursued by faculty in the School of Arts and Sciences was on display at the Dean’s Annual Publication...

Hurst Hannum in his Fletcher School office
April 19, 2019 Large Image
With human rights under threat, Fletcher’s Hurst Hannum advocates a focus on the essentials to achieve more progress

Years ago, Hurst Hannum was working with an American indigenous rights lawyer who was advocating recognition of his people’s human rights by the...

an American flag painted on a concrete wall, with a crack dividing the flag in two
April 18, 2019 Large Image
After horrifying gun violence, political opinions on the topic become more rigidly divided, Tufts researcher finds

Mass shootings happen with numbing frequency in the United States. Despite the extraordinary tragedy of these events, such as the shooting at...

Michael McFaul in front of the U.S. flag
April 17, 2019 Large Image
Former U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul talks in a Tufts podcast about Russian election interference, nuclear arms fears, and Vladimir Putin’s end game

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

Finalists in Tufts $100k New Ventures Competition, organized by the Gordon Institute's Entrepreneurial Leadership Program at Tufts University, pose for a group photo inside Breed Hall on Tufts University campus in Medford/Somerville, Massachusetts on April 5, 2019
April 16, 2019 Large Image
Annual contests celebrate innovation, entrepreneurship across Tufts community

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (April 16, 2019)—Five new ventures, including a noninvasive alternative to traditional methods of spay and neuter and a...