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Global Perspectives Photo Contest

Global Perspectives Photo Contest

The annual Global Perspectives photo contest celebrates all of the global experiences that Tufts undergraduate and graduate students participate in while studying, working, interning, or conducting research abroad. The contest also welcomes photos that represent global perspectives on Tufts’ campuses in Boston, Grafton, or Medford.

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Tufts Global In the News

New NAFTA Brings High Risks and Few Rewards

The Hill
Jeronim Capaldo, a researcher at Tufts’ Global Development and Environment Institute, co-authors this opinion piece analyzing the risks of the revised North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), now called the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA), arguing that it “locks in and even adds to policies that have contributed to rising inequality, stagnant wages, rising health-care costs, environmental degradation and political disaffection.”

Why Federal Reserve Independence Matters

The Conversation
Fletcher School professor Michael Klein discusses why it is important that the Federal Reserve maintains its independence, noting that “politicization of the Fed puts the entire U.S. economy at risk.”

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Global Operations

Global Operations brings together experts in the areas of tax, purchasing, legal, human resources, and compliance to assess issues, provide advice, and reduce internal infrastructure barriers for University faculty and staff undertaking research, projects, or programs abroad. 

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Travel Resources for International Students, Scholars, and Staff

If you have travel-related immigration problems – including lost/stolen travel documents or problems upon arrival at a US port of entry – contact the International Center during business hours (M – F, 9am – 5pm) at one of the following numbers:

Medford / Somerville, SMFA, Grafton campuses: 617-627-3458
Boston Health Science campus: 617-627-2499
Fletcher School: 617-627-2815

If you are unable to reach the International Center or are calling after business hours, call Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) at 617-627-3030.

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