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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...

October 9, 2019
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...

A sign at the entrance of Tufts University. Tufts joins an amicus brief in support of DACA recipients.
October 8, 2019 Large Image
The university joins more than 160 higher education institutions opposing the Trump Administration’s revocation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

Tufts University has joined more than 160 colleges and universities in an...

A man standing speaking to an audience. Stanley Andrisse shares his story of earning a Ph.D., becoming a professor, and advocating for reforms that support successful re-entry for formerly incarcerated people.
October 8, 2019 Large Image
A convicted felon shares his story of earning a Ph.D., becoming a professor, and advocating for reforms that support successful re-entry

Stanley Andrisse had just graduated from college when he was sentenced to ten years behind bars in a Missouri maximum-security prison.

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A scale of justice, weighed down, in an empty courtroom. In the wake of a recent high-profile case, a Tufts psychologist weighs in on the role that bias plays in jury decisions.
October 7, 2019 Large Image
In the wake of a recent high-profile case, a Tufts psychologist weighs in on the role that bias plays in jury decisions

In 2018, off-duty Texas police officer Amber Guyger entered an apartment that she thought was her own, and shot and killed the apartment’s...

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