Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership
How to keep conversation alive in a polarized world
In his new book, Fellow Jason Jay from MIT Sloan explores what happens inside ourselves when conversations go off the rails.
Fellows in the News
Outdoor school uses nature to teach students to thrive
“My favorite thing to say is that you can't protect anything until you love it,” says school co-founder Fellow Jen-Osha Buysse.
Plenty of Atlantans spend time on highways, speeding or inching or swerving along. But many people spend a lot of time near the highways, too: at their homes, schools or workplaces. And that’s not great for their health. So Fellow Christina Fuller, a Georgia State University public health professor, is studying how effectively trees can help filter out some of that pollution.