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News in review: Dec. 4, 2017

December 01, 2017 2:00 PM
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Carolyn Scofield cscofiel@tulane.edu
  

 

 

Transcript:

From high blood pressure to great works of art, Tulane experts contributed to a variety of national news stories. Here’s the latest Tulane News in Review.

Walter Isaacson spoke with CTV News about his latest book, Leonardo da Vinci.

The Washington Post also featured Isaacson and the New York Times reviewed the Tulane University Professor’s latest work.

The New York Times and Associated Press reached out to Tulane sociologist David Smilde for his expertise on Venezuela.

Doug Harris, executive director of the Education Research Alliance, had an op ed in the New York Times.

Newsweek and the Independent covered a new study by researchers in the Department of Urology.

New blood pressure guidelines authored by Dr. Paul Whelton made headlines in Reader’s Digest and NPR.

Political Scientist Brian Brox talked to FOX news about New Orleans’ new mayor.

Are robots taking over more jobs by the day? The Freeman School of Business’s Iris Mack had an article about that in International Business Times UK.

And Slate mentioned Law School professor Elizabeth Townsend-Gard in a story about copyright laws.

That wraps up this edition of Tulane News in Review. Thanks for watching!