Working unpredictable hours boosts your risk for chronic disease, and affects women more than men, says a new study by Mary Davis, associate professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
In a Tell Me More podcast, Tufts experts explore the nature of attention, from the trouble with multitasking to the costs of staying too focused.
Nik Karns participated in collaborative research which examined disproportionate barriers facing people of color who aspire to open and operate charter schools.
New research from Zarin Machanda, Usen Family Career Development Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, is highlighted in an article in the New York Times.
Stephanie Badde is the new Stibel Family Assistant Professor of Brain and Cognitive Science in the Department of Psychology, Kasso Akochaye Okoudjou is a new professor in the Department of Mathematics, and Steve Cicala is a new assistant professor in the Department of Economics.
The laws governing housing, along with redlining, were part of the systemic efforts to maintain structural racism, Julian Agyeman, Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning in a piece originally published in the Conversation
Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development Ranked 3rd in North America of 50 Ph.D. Granting Programs
A new study published in Family Science Review finds that the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development is one of the top 3 programs in North America for research productivity and industriousness when controlling for the size of the faculty.
Two accomplished faculty will join Tufts in the Spring 2020 semester. Natasha Kumar Warikoo is a new professor in the Department of Sociology, and Jill VanTongeren is a new associate professor in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
Maurice Parent is a new professor of the practice in the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies and Eoin McGuirk is a new assistant professor in the Department of Economics.
In a new episode of the Tufts podcast Bernard Fraga talks with Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies Brian Schaffner about the complex causes of the election turnout gap between minority and white voters