Tulane professor part of study on Mars
Clay, not water, likely source of Mars ‘lakes’

August 02, 2021

A Tulane University planetary scientist is part of a team of scientists putting to rest a theory that water lies under the south polar cap of the Mars.
Tips include creating joy in the work environment, such as taking walks or stretching during breaks, evaluating expectations and habits, and respecting individual comfort zones.
Tips to transitioning to the ‘new now’ in work and school

July 28, 2021

For navigating the ‘new now,’ School of Social Work's Tonya Hansel and Maurya Glaude shared some insights on how to adjust. Tips include creating joy in the work environment, such as taking walks or stretching during
Dr. Gregory Bix, director of COBALT and the Clinical Neuroscience Research Center at Tulane University School of Medicine
Tulane launches ‘biobank’ for researchers studying causes of long COVID-19

July 28, 2021

Tulane University has launched a new COVID-19 “biobank” of blood and cell samples from COVID-19 survivors to help researchers investigate what causes some to recover quickly from the virus while others face lasting
Tulane professor appointed president-elect of international organization
Tulane professor named president of economic inequality group

July 28, 2021

Nora Lustig, a Tulane economics professor, has been appointed president-elect of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality.
portable hospital for COVID-19 patients
Tulane professor offers inside look at COVID-19 crisis and response

July 26, 2021

Jesse M. Keenan, an associate professor of real estate in the Tulane School of Architecture is co-editor of the new book COVID-19: Systemic Risk and Resilience (Springer, 2021), which features 22 chapters were written
Barry Spanier
Tulane’s Director of Bands talks producing, directing music for Olympic opening ceremonies

July 21, 2021

Tulane’s own Director of Bands Barry Spanier is a veteran of opening ceremonies and shared the magic and ingenuity required to produce the historic event in a recent episode of Tulane’s On Good Authority podcast.

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