Tufts In the News

Apr 11, 2018

In this "All Things Considered" interview, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning James Jennings discusses the impact of the 50-year-old Fair Housing Act on Boston. 

Apr 6, 2018

The New York Times
Associate Professor of Music Stephan Pennington is quoted about the evolution of same-sex pronouns in popular music. 

Apr 5, 2018

The Berkshire Eagle
Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Justin Hollander is profiled about his new book An Ordinary City, a case study of the population decline of New Bedford, MA. 

Mar 22, 2018

ABC News
Engineer Fiorenzo Omenetto, along with Tufts researchers, have developed miniaturized sensors that, once directly mounted on a tooth, can wirelessly transmit information on glucose, salt and alcohol intake. Omenetto is quoted in this article.

Mar 20, 2018

Boston Herald
Professor of Mechanical Engineering William Messner is quoted in this article on the future of driverless cars. 

Mar 18, 2018

Michael Levin, professor of biology, comments on his research suggesting that understanding the electrical communication between cells in embryos might be used to "normalize development or support regeneration in the treatment of disease or injury."

Mar 16, 2018

Boston Globe
SMFA at Tufts Dean Nancy Bauer and James Glaser, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, comment on this year's Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, a partnership with the SMFA at Tufts. The artwork will be displayed on the Medford/Somerville campus. 

Mar 9, 2018

The Conversation
Lecturer in the English department and daylight saving expert Michael Downing writes this article responding to the passing of year-round daylight saving legislation in Florida. 

Mar 9, 2018

Radio Boston, WBUR-FM
Senior Lecturer Julie Dobrow and Professor Calvin Gidney from the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human discuss their research on the effects of diversity in children's media.  

Mar 1, 2018

Christian Science Monitor
This article mentions the ScratchJr app, which Professor of Child Study and Human Development Marina Bers helped develop.