Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life
Radio Boston, WBUR-FM
Tisch College's Julie Dobrow and Child Study and Human Development's Calvin Gidney discuss their research on the effects of diversity in children's media.
Julie Dobrow, Chip Gidney and Jennifer Burton from Tufts' Children's Television Project discuss their research which suggests that "children need a diverse universe of media images."
Youth support action on climate change more than any other age group, and Tisch College's CIRCLE research ranks the House races where they could swing the 2018 election.
Tisch College's Peter Levine is quoted in this article imagining education in America as entirely public or private.
The New York Times
Thanks to the groundbreaking study of voting rates on college campuses, conducted by Tisch College's IDHE, institutions are expanding their efforts to politically engage students.
Tisch College Dean Alan D. Solomont co-authored this piece on important legislation on civics making its way through the state house.
Los Angeles Daily News
Research from Tisch College's CIRCLE sheds light on young people's political beliefs and their potential impact on the 2018 midterm elections.
On Point, WBUR-FM
Tisch College's Peter Levine is a guest on this radio program on youth civic engagement.
This is an interview conducted with former vice president Al Gore during his visit to Tufts, as a part of Tisch College's Distinguished Speaker Series.