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Serving as Collections Intern at Old North -- guest post by Jessica Nelson

on MUSEUM STUDIES at Tufts University

by Tegan Kehoe

18 hours, 13 minutes ago

Jessica Nelson wrote this piece for the Old North Foundation's website, and Old North's Director of Education Erin Wederbrook Yuskaitis, also from the Tufts program, suggested we share it here. Thanks, Jessica […]

Healthy Holidays from the Hirsh Library

on What's New @ HHSL

by Rebecca Philio

18 hours, 14 minutes ago

We wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season.  Here are some tips on staying well from Leo, our mascot skeleton! Healthy Holidays from Hirsh from Tufts HHSL on Vimeo.

First-Year Alumni: Keith describes his work for the World Bank Group

on The Fletcher School - Admissions News and Updates

by Jessica Daniels

19 hours, 15 minutes ago

I'm happy to introduce the first member of the Class of 2014 to report on his life after Fletcher.  Keith Magnam jumped back into the workforce quickly after graduation, and has settled into his new life in […]

Myrna Balk

on Greater Boston Environmental Humanities

by Emma Schneider

1 day, 9 hours ago

Myrna Balk uses an array of mediums to inform her audience about the grim issue of violence against women and girls. With less superficial detail than many sketches, Balk's woodcuts and etchings are heavy with […]

Dean's Video: December 2014: Year in Review

on The Fletcher School Dean Stavridis' Blog

by Catherine Murphy

1 day, 17 hours ago

In this month's video I take a moment to look back at all that we have accomplished at The Fletcher School in 2014. It was an exciting year in which we launched many innovative initiatives. These included, among others, the new Senior Statesman-in-Residence program which brought Nobel Laureate Mohamed ElBaradei and other international leaders to campus; a global Fletcher book club called "Fletcher Reads" featuring award-winning authors in the international affairs genre; the inaugural Fletcher Women's Leadership Award recognizing a mid-career alumna for her exceptional work in the global arena; new grants and sponsorships including a $1 million grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York for policy relevant research and impact; very successful executive and diplomatic education programs; and more. But what I am really excited about is the roll-out of the 5-year Strategic Plan for The Fletcher School. It was a remarkable year-long process putting the plan together - working groups, town hall meetings, and participation across the School and throughout our global alumni network. I look forward to sharing the final plan with you all in the new year. Here's wishing you and yours a peaceful and prosperous holiday season from everyone at The Fletcher School!