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Tulane sustainability director receives national research award - October 08, 2018
Liz Davey, the director of Tulane’s Office of Sustainability, has received the Campus Sustainability Research Award from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). Davey was presented with her award on Oct. 2...

International Education Week celebrates global education - October 08, 2018
Tulane University’s Center for Global Education is sponsoring International Education Week (IEW) from Oct. 15-19. The annual week of events includes a lineup of globally themed workshops, talks and performances that provide a way for the Tulane...

Stand-in - October 08, 2018
Extras walk and ride past signage for “Baronne University” during the filming of an episode of “NCIS New Orleans” on the Gibson Quad last week. The popular series is currently in its fifth season.  

Treatment for common STD doesn’t work for some women, study finds - October 05, 2018
A new study led by an infectious disease epidemiologist at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine could change the way doctors treat a common sexually transmitted disease. Professor Patricia Kissinger and a team of...

Jazz master - October 05, 2018
Ellis Marsalis, legendary bandleader, educator, NEA Jazz Master, and patriarch of one of New Orleans' most renowned musical families, performs in Dixon Hall.

Students, alumni of Criminal Justice Clinic help free inmate - October 05, 2018
It took 11 years and 22 student attorneys from Tulane’s Criminal Justice Clinic to help free Michael Monroe. Last week, after serving 21 years of a life sentence in Louisiana’s State Penitentiary at Angola, Monroe’s legal saga ended; he was...

Former Estée Lauder executive offers students corporate advice - October 04, 2018
Marianne Diorio, a communications executive in the beauty industry, is Tulane’s first female Executive in Residence.   Diorio has been in the beauty and fashion industry for more than 30 years in the roles of vice president of global communications...

Productive pause - October 04, 2018
Anabelle Tedeschi, left, and Zhen Zhong discuss various websites as potential resources for an upcoming project as the two wait for their Ethics in Accounting and Finance course to begin in the Goldring-Woldenberg Business Complex. In the foreground...

Tulane University names new chief of police - October 04, 2018
Tulane University has named Kirk Bouyelas, a 31-year veteran of the New Orleans Police Department, as its new chief of police, effective Oct. 15.  “The chief of police is an important position at Tulane. In Kirk, we believe we have found an...

Symbolic structure - October 03, 2018
The Jewish harvest festival Sukkot just ended, but a sukkah still sits in Pocket Park on the uptown campus to comemorate the celebration. Designed and built by Tulane architecture students, in partnership with Tulane Hillel, the structure is...

Professor explores field of Southern Jewish history - October 03, 2018
Michael R. Cohen, professor and chair of Jewish Studies in the Tulane University School of Liberal Arts, is helping shape the field of Southern Jewish history. Cohen was awarded a $143,700 grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities that he...

EMPIRE exhibit redefines museum experience - October 03, 2018
If one could enter a door that leads inside a mind full of historic memories, that experience might feel the same as walking through the EMPIRE exhibit at the Newcomb Art Museum. The exhibit’s four rooms showcase an assembly of more than 400...

Fun happens - October 02, 2018
Local middle school teachers and their young male students gathered at the Lindy Boggs Center for Energy and Biotechnology on the uptown campus for the Fall 2018 Boys At Tulane in STEM event (BATS) on Saturday, Sept. 29. During the Capital One...

Tulane researchers get $2.6 million to study pre-pregnancy Chagas disease treatment - October 02, 2018
More than six million people are currently infected with Trypanosoma cruzi, a parasite that causes Chagas disease. Of those infected with the T. cruzi parasite, one million are women of reproductive age. Pierre Buekens, W.H. Watkins Professor of...

Tulane faculty a valuable asset to undergraduate research - October 02, 2018
Research done by faculty at Tulane University touches the world — from the hunt for a cure for Ebola to uncovering clues from ancient civilizations — and Tulane students are part of these exciting endeavors almost from the moment they enroll....

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