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LL.M. Welcome Dinner at Professor Chayes' house

on LLM Program Blog | The Fletcher School

by Andreas Wendl

ThumbnailWith the start of the current academic year the new Fletcher LL.M. class convened at the Campus excited about the year ahead. Coming from 8 different countries the 11 students have very different backgrounds […]

Introducing our National Digital Stewardship Resident

on Digital Collections and Archives

by Eliot Wilczek

The Digital Collections and Archives and the Tisch Library are pleased to welcome Samantha (Sam) DeWitt to Tufts University as a National Digital Stewardship Resident. Sam comes to us as a nine-month resident […]

News & Views: CO's message to teens "Don't be a lab rat"

on Great Diseases

by Katherine Malanson

human-sized rat cage(1) Public health officials in Colorado are facing an unprecedented challenging: explaining to teens why they shouldn't smoke marijuana after the state legalized it. Campaigns against teen drug use usually rely on the scientifically proven health risks, but the studies on the risks of marijuana, especially to the developing teen brain, are still in their preliminary stages. Colorado's public health campaign hinges on that exact idea and tells teens "Don't be a lab rat", complete with human-sized lab rat cages. Read more about Colorado's public health campaign at NRP.org.

protocol error: unexpected

on Ozgur Altinok

by Ozgur Altinok

When I tried to scp the setupFiles from old computers it gave me the following error protocol error: unexpected <newline> Reason for this error is .bashrc runs the setup script and echo's to terminal […]

News & Views

on Great Diseases

by Katherine Malanson

Connection maps of brain areas are helping reseachers study the causes of ADHD New research suggests that the neural network that controls attention may develop more slowly in children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). While previous research suggested that the brains of children with ADHD develop more slowly, this new research was able to detect changes in connectivity within and between key brain regions. Read more about the research at NRP.org.