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Pedestrians walk by a vandalizes Starbucks storefront in Hong Kong. The uproar over China’s influence on companies like Apple and the NBA reflects a hunger for corporate leadership on public issues, a Fletcher professor says
October 18, 2019 Large Image
The uproar over China’s influence on companies like Apple and the NBA reflects a hunger for corporate leadership on public issues, Fletcher professor says

When the general manager of the Houston Rockets tweeted support for the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong recently, he unleashed a global...

A house that looks like a bit like a human face. Designing today’s cities well is all about using the lessons of neuroscience and relationships to build more connective communities, say Tufts experts
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It’s all about using the lessons of neuroscience and relationships to build more connective communities, say Tufts experts

Tufts hosted its first International Ux+Design conference—on urban experience and design—earlier...

Beto O’Rourke standing on a stage with a microphone. We need smart, strategic, and compassionate leadership in our nation, O’Rourke tells a Tufts podcast.
October 16, 2019 Large Image
We need smart, strategic, and compassionate leadership in our nation, O’Rourke tells a Tufts podcast

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

Karin Chamberlain holding a goat
October 11, 2019 Large Image
A Fletcher School graduate aims to achieve social and environmental goals as well as financial gains

Playing with goats is all in a day’s work for Karin Chamberlain, F99. As the director of impact investing at...

Refugees line up on a street corner in Istanbul. Turkey is pushing refugees to return to Syria in response to shifting public opinion and a desire for a buffer zone on his southern border, says Fletcher School professor.
October 9, 2019 Large Image
Erdogan’s controversial proposal responds to shifting public opinion and his desire for a buffer zone on his southern border, says Fletcher School professor

For nearly eight years, Turkey has welcomed refugees from neighboring Syria, hosting some four to five million—the largest number of refugees in a...

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