Tufts In the News

Oct 20, 2016

The Conversation
Sameer Sonkusale from the School of Engineering writes about newly developed smart threads that can be stitched into body tissue to gather real-time diagnostic data.

Oct 13, 2016

Times of Higher Education
Tufts President Anthony Monaco writes this opinion piece on the need for universities to make all students in the sciences and the humanities adept at handling data.

Oct 13, 2016

Activist and author Deepa Iyer spoke at Tufts about the need for South Asian and other communities of color to work as one in challenging discrimination.

Oct 6, 2016

Boston Globe
Kareem Roustom, a lecturer in the music department, was featured in the Boston Globe for his musical composition "Traces," which explores anguish, hope, and his personal connections to the Syrian catastrophe.

Sep 21, 2016

Associated Press
Economist Brian Bethune talks about the Federal Open Market Committee’s recent vote to not raise interest rates.


Sep 20, 2016

Boston Globe
The SMFAat Tufts's 2016 Fall Invitational features work by transgender artist Cassils.


Sep 19, 2016

National Public Radio
Urban planning expert Justin Hollander is interviewed about the future of the American rust belt, particularly Youngstown, Ohio, following the closing of that city’s steel mills in the 1980s.


Sep 18, 2016

Boston Globe
Urban planning expert Julian Agyeman talks about HUBweek, a city-wide arts, science and technology festival in Boston.


Sep 16, 2016

Boston Magazine
History Professor and yoga instructor Kris Manjapra discusses the history of yoga and the need to make its practice more accessible.


Sep 10, 2016

Boston Globe
UEP Professor James Jennings talks about the social media campaigns “#bankblack” and “#blackdollarsmatter,” calling for people to support black-owned banks.