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Tulane experts address international affairs and domestic disasters - December 14, 2018
Transcript: Is it better to rebuild or retreat after a disaster? And does it matter where you go to college? Tulane experts have the answers in this Tulane News in Review. Tulane professor of history Walter Isaacson joined a panel at the Cities...

Gridiron glory in the movies - December 13, 2018
Editor’s note: This column reflects the personal experience of Tulane alumnus Angus Lind. It appears in the December 2018 issue of Tulanian. As the regular college football season transitions into bowl season, and then into “Wait till next year!”...

From lab to space - December 13, 2018
Wound-healing technology developed at Tulane by former biomedical engineering graduate students blasted off on the SpaceX Dragon Cargo Ship for experiments on the International Space Station. Click the image below to learn more about their project's...

Football Fanfare - December 12, 2018
The Green Wave football team received a grand send-off Wednesday, Dec. 12, complete with the sounds of the Tulane University Marching Band, Tulane cheerleaders and faithful supporters. The team will compete in the AutoNation Cure Bowl on Saturday in...

Freeman, SLA receive $3.5 million gift for finance, writing programs - December 12, 2018
Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business and the School of Liberal Arts are the beneficiaries of a new $3.5 million gift from Carole B. and Kenneth J. Boudreaux. The gift will create a scholarship fund for Freeman School graduate...

Tulane professors analyze issues in Cities for Tomorrow - December 07, 2018
When The New York Times brought its annual Cities for Tomorrow conference to New Orleans in celebration of the city’s 300th anniversary last week, Tulane University played a prominent role with University Professor of History Walter Isaacson and...

Unforgettable year of Tulane history recounted in exhibit - December 07, 2018
Tulane University archivist Ann E. Case paints a picture of turmoil and perseverance in her new exhibit, “September 1918’s Winds of War: War, Women, and the Spanish Influenza Come to Campus.” Located on the second floor of Jones Hall, the exhibit...

Staff member, comedian pens joke book for local children - December 06, 2018
Longtime Tulane employee and author of the Amazon best-selling series Young Comic’s Guide to Telling Jokes, Mike Strecker has turned his comedic eye to his hometown with Jokes for Crescent City Kids, a collection of original New Orleans-based...

Glass and Gavel: Analyzing alcohol and the Supreme Court - December 05, 2018
“I liked beer. I still like beer.” Long before then-Judge Brett Kavanaugh uttered these immortal words in his opening statement for his extended Senate confirmation hearings in late September, alcoholic beverages were a part of the life and work of...

Tulane professor honored nationally for pioneering research - December 04, 2018
Much like computer models predict the paths and strengths of hurricanes, computer modeling can also be used to predict how phytoplankton move through the ocean or how artificial heart valves change the way blood flows in the heart. This is known as...

Tulane business model contest seeks innovators - December 03, 2018
Student entrepreneurs are invited to enter the 19th annual Tulane Business Model Competition for a chance to win more than $40,000 in cash and prizes for promising startup ventures. Hosted by the Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and...

Dr. Keith C. Ferdinand appointed to the Gerald S. Berenson Endowed Chair in Preventive Cardiology - December 03, 2018
Dr. Keith C. Ferdinand, a distinguished cardiologist at Tulane University School of Medicine, has been appointed to the Gerald S. Berenson Endowed Chair in Preventive Cardiology. The Chair is named for Dr. Gerald S. Berenson, who is internationally...

From elections to holiday shopping safety, faculty make headlines - November 30, 2018
Transcript: From midterm elections to holiday shopping safety, national reporters reached out to our Tulane faculty for their expertise. Here’s the latest Tulane News in Review. Tulane political scientist Mirya Holman reviewed how female...

MFA grad returns to Broadway in ‘My Fair Lady’ - November 28, 2018
Tulane University School of Liberal Arts alumnus Justin Lee Miller admires the live oaks of Audubon Park. But today, he spends most of his time among the oft-mentioned lilac trees of Lincoln Center Theater’s opulent production of My Fair Lady in New...

Advanced cancer patients can live longer with palliative care, Tulane study says - November 27, 2018
Outpatient palliative care can improve survival duration as well as quality of life in advanced cancer patients, according to a Tulane University study published in the Annals of Behavioral Medicine. Palliative care focuses on helping patients...

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