February 02, 2022
The Soul Queen of New Orleans, Irma Thomas, is spreading the word about clinical trials in a new animated short co-produced by a Tulane community engagement initiative.
February 02, 2022
Mental health issues continue to be a crucial concern as the pandemic enters a recovery phase, according to a Tulane study.
February 01, 2022
From River Road to Copenhagen: Revising our Remembrance of the Past, is a multi-part symposium running Feb. 10-15 that explores innovative approaches to publicly addressing the legacies of the transatlantic slave trade in the Americas.
January 24, 2022
Allison Emmerson, archaeologist and associate professor in the Department of Classical Studies at the School of Liberal Arts, has published an award-winning new book, Life and Death in the Roman Suburb, which challenges the idea presented by past scholarship that the Romans were uncomfortable with the dead and as a result kept the dead outside the city, away from the living within the city walls.
January 18, 2022
Mallory Monaco Caterine, senior professor of practice in the Department of Classical Studies at the School of Liberal Arts, and Greenberg Family Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking, views the study of ancient Mediterranean civilizations and languages as not only an opportunity to gain knowledge of history, but also as a guide to understanding human behavior that assists in informing our decisions today.
December 16, 2021
Jesse M. Keenan, an associate professor of real estate in the Tulane School of Architecture, has received several domestic and international climate appointments.
December 06, 2021
Tulane has launched the Mellon Foundation-sponsored Sawyer Seminar, Sites of Memory: New Orleans and Place-based Histories in the Americas. Its inaugural programs begin Dec. 7.
November 19, 2021
Tulane geographer Richard Campanella and drone photographer Marco Rasi teamed up to create the first full-length book of drone photography of the Crescent City titled Above New Orleans.
November 17, 2021
Retired biomedical engineering professor Cedric Walker receives a shiny blue antique car called the Nissan Cedric at a surprise retirement party during Homecoming Weekend.
November 16, 2021
As homecoming weekend got underway, President Michael Fitts welcomed to the stage of Dixon Hall Auditorium, four members of the Tulane community who have made significant contributions to the music and entertainment industry.
November 11, 2021
The acts of remembering and honoring the dead as well as contemplating the mortality and interconnectedness of humans are the primary motivations behind the annual Graveyard Poets reading organized by Michael Kuczynski, professor in the Department of English at the School of Liberal Arts.
November 08, 2021
Andy Horowitz, a Tulane scholar on the history of disasters, explains the meaning of "disaster" in new book "Critical Disaster Studies."
November 05, 2021
Viet Thanh Nguyen, winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for fiction for his novel The Sympathizer, will kick off the Carole Barnette Boudreaux '65 Great Writers Series on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at Tulane University.
November 01, 2021
A Tulane researcher is part of a new study funded by the National Science Foundation to design more equitable algorithm recommender systems.
October 29, 2021
Nothing heralds Halloween in New Orleans like the arrival of the bony guests outside the “Skeleton House”, located at 6000 St. Charles Ave.