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Tulane offers region’s first GIS certificate program - June 22, 2018
When searching directions using Google Maps, tagging your location on social media or requesting an Uber ride from your smartphone, you are utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) — systems designed to present spatial data. Now, Tulane...

Service international - June 22, 2018
The Engage in St. Martin program, now in its third consecutive year, focused on the island’s recovery efforts following the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma in September. Six Tulane students attended the 2018 summer service trip led by Myriam...

Growing conference shows healthy appetite for culinary medicine - June 22, 2018
The Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine at Tulane University hosted 240 doctors, nurses, pharmacists, registered dietitians, chefs, nutrition specialists and more at the 5th annual Health Meets Food conference last week in downtown New Orleans....

Accessibility, diversity among Tulane’s priorities - June 21, 2018
Tulane University is demonstrating its commitment to equal access and diversity by expanding the services available to students, faculty, staff and visitors with disabilities.  While Tulane will continue to improve accessibility for students...

Feathered friend - June 21, 2018
An ibis pauses on a log in a tranquil City Park lagoon. About 280 species of birds, including ibis, have been reported in City Park, which is the site of a specially protected bird habitat.

Illuminating ‘The Power of Tulane’ - June 21, 2018
In the Academic Year in Review, Tulane University President Mike Fitts presents an exclusive look at the university’s achievements during the 2017–18 academic year. Its theme, The Power of Tulane, serves to highlight the people and programs...

Alumni and NOCCA students team up for preservation project - June 20, 2018
Tulane alumni Jayur Mehta and Ted Marks are teaching students from the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) the importance of preserving the past and restoring Louisiana’s coastal landscape through a summer project funded by the National...

Do not disturb - June 20, 2018
An art studio on the uptown campus houses the subjects of still-life drawings utilized by students enrolled in summer art courses.

Tulane ByWater Institute awards faculty fellowships - June 20, 2018
The recipients of the Tulane ByWater Institute Faculty Fellowships in Interdisciplinary Collaboration represent a variety of academic disciplines at Tulane University. The fellows are Claudia Herrera, research assistant professor in the School of...

Protein investigator - June 19, 2018
Tulane student Elizabeth Isabel, a rising junior majoring in neuroscience, transfers tau proteins into a gel in the lab of Anne Robinson, the Catherine and Henry Boh Professor of Engineering. The proteins will be studied to identify distinct...

Center offers single-cell sequencing to researchers - June 19, 2018
Tulane researchers are now able to map genes on a new platform at the School of Medicine. The new Illumina sequencing core at Tulane University School of Medicine offers next-generation sequencing and single-cell transcriptomics that support state-...

Jill Daniel named first Gary P. Dohanich Professor in Brain Science - June 19, 2018
From early in development to the golden years of aging, Tulane University neuroscientist and Professor of Psychology Jill Daniel studies brain mechanisms by which hormones affect one’s ability to learn and remember. Daniel is the founding director...

Award-winning archaeologist pens book on Roman tombs - June 18, 2018
As the winner of two prestigious academic honors, the Rome Prize offered by the American Academy in Rome and an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) fellowship, archaeologist Allison Emmerson was recognized for her efforts to shed new light...

Sneak peek - June 18, 2018
The entrance to Audubon Place, a private street next door to the uptown campus, is the gateway to 28 historic New Orleans homes including the Tulane University president’s house.

Graduate leaves Tulane with Peery Society honor - June 18, 2018
Recent Tulane University graduate Maria Gomez-Roas received the 2018 William Wallace Peery Medal for Academic Excellence, the highest honor bestowed by Newcomb-Tulane College. Gomez-Roas earned a bachelor of science degree after double majoring in...

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