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What Do Professors Do in the Summer?

By Jonas Brodin, PhD / It’s a well-worn cliché that college professors look forward to summer break just as much as students do, because now they finally have time to work. Is this true?
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Studying in Sweden – Round Two

By Sarah Wiggins, Tufts University '17, Stockholm School of Economics '19 / It hadn’t been more than a week into the Swedish Program before I knew I had to come back to Stockholm. There was something about the rhythm of daily life here that spoke to me, and I had to investigate that further.
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The Swedish Approach to Science

By Matt Motta, PhD / Although I was only there for one semester, my time in Sweden with The Swedish Program has played an important role in my development as a scholar. My time abroad not only helped inform my academic research interests, but provided me with the skills necessary for collaborating with researchers around the globe.
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The Ride of a Lifetime

By Daniel Goldstein, Tufts University '19 / There was no ambiguity about the buildup, the views offered when at the top, or even the speed with which you would eventually fall back to the ground. But even this foresight didn’t prevent the stomach-churning anxiety at the start, the budding adrenaline as you left the safety of the ground, the moment of awe at the peak of ascension, and harness-clinging as you fell.
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