Children who deeply experience the natural world can grow into “Earth stewards” and restore the planet’s health and future
This overview of Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation projects includes collaborative Cummings School research that created a new life-saving animal vaccine called Thermostable and Thermotolerant Peste des Petits Ruminants (TPPR).
The SMFA participated in a 24-hour drawing marathon that was simulcast at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp.
Good Morning America
National Geographic photographer Nichole Sobecki A09 is featured in this countdown to the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, “Good Morning America” and National Geographic present “Extraordinary Earth: 20 in 2020.”
Over 10 million people have been displaced by the nine year civil war in Syria, which shows no sign of ending. Millions of them have experienced psychological trauma, but may fear getting help because of a stigma associated with mental illness in the region. Help is also scarce, with less than 1% of aid dedicated to mental health. CBS This Morning traveled with Mike Niconchuk A11 to see a special program meant to address refugees’ mental health crisis.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal examines possible outcomes now that Sudan plans to hand ousted President Omar al-Bashir over to the International Criminal Court.
Fletcher postdoctoral scholar Benjamin Denison joins the podcast “Power Problems” to discuss how forcible regime change rarely achieves the goal of advancing U.S. interests. Denison is the author of “The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Failure of Regime-Change Operations.”
Tufts researchers are part of a team whose finding upends how astronomers think about structural formation of galaxies
Environmental engineer Amy Pickering is leading a test to see if a simple solution to bringing clean water to low-resource communities improves health outcomes