Here's What Colleges and Universities Can Do to Help Their Communities
Across the globe, schools and universities have been forced to shut their doors to protect students and teachers and to slow the spread of coronavirus. But could they play a vital role in defeating COVID-19?
Tufts University has transformed parts of its campus into a military-style hospital to treat the infected, and students - including The Fletcher School's elite military fellows, professors of practice and student volunteers with on-the-ground experience - are now using their expertise and skills to support the healthcare system.
On PBS, Amanpour & Co's Walter Isaacson speaks with Tufts President, Anthony Monaco, about their efforts.