Tufts In the News

Jul 24, 2017
The Atlantic
Economics Assistant Professor 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
The Economist
History Professor Ayesha Jalal discusses the diverse and unusual political landscape of Pakistan.


Jul 18, 2017
National Public Radio
This is a profile of microbiologist Benjamin Wolfe's work collaborating with The Sourdough Project, a citizen-science initiative studying sourdough microbiomes.


Jul 17, 2017
The New Yorker 
Professor of the Practice Natalie Shapero's poem "They Said It Couldn't Be Done" is published by the New Yorker


Jul 6, 2017
Boston Globe
Urban planning expert Christine Cousineau talks about Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s efforts to draw visitors to City Hall Plaza.


Jun 29, 2017
Meet the Press, NBC
Associate Professor of Mathematics Moon Duchin is featured in this article and an accompanying podcast where she talks about aiming to solve the problem of gerrymandering in politics through the use of geometry.


Jun 29, 2017
Boston Globe
A new exhibit celebrates the 140th anniversary of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University.


Jun 29, 2017
Boston Globe
Drama Professor Barbara Grossman talks about the recent vandalism of the Boston Holocaust Memorial.


Jun 27, 2017

The New York Times
Drama and Dance Professor Kareem Khubchandani, aka LaWhore Vagistan, hosted a four-day festival that brought together dancers and academics to explore the impact of queer dance.

Jun 23, 2017

Wall Street Journal
Mathematics Professor Moon Duchin discusses formulas used for calculating the size of voter districts