September 16, 2019
Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University has received an award from The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Museums for America Collection Stewardship grant for $216,515 to go toward the inventory and digitization of its permanent collections.
September 09, 2019
New Orleans lawyer Kim M. Boyle, far left, is creating a scholarship fund to improve diversity at Tulane.
September 06, 2019
Tulane Law School planning to launch a First Amendment Clinic
August 27, 2019
A Tulane University materials physics and engineering scientist is one of only 10 scientists being honored nationally by the U.S. Department of Energy.
August 21, 2019
The Hogan Jazz Archive of Tulane's Howard-Tilton Memorial Library was awarded an $11,500 grant to digitize and preserve recordings from Vernon Winslow, the first African American disc jockey in New Orleans.
August 14, 2019
Two exhibitions that explore the experiences of communities impacted by pollution and its effect on health and environment open Aug. 21 at Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University.
August 12, 2019
Tulane Assistant Professor of Dance Leslie Scott has been invited to perform her work, hymn + them, at the JOMBA! International Dance Festival in Durban, South Africa.
August 07, 2019
Tulane University has received a generous gift from Stuart and Suzanne Grant of Wilmington, Delaware to establish the Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center for the American Jewish Experience.
August 05, 2019
A Tulane University anthropologist is among a team of researchers who have uncovered evidence of extreme and violent warfare leading to widespread destruction of a Maya civilization nearly 1,500 years ago.
July 31, 2019
The Tulane University School of Architecture has received a $2 million gift to establish the Saul A. Mintz Global Research Studios, a new program that will give students an opportunity to work internationally on critical global issues.
July 10, 2019
The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South presented the second session of “New Orleans: Music, Culture and Civil Rights,” in which teachers from around the country studied New Orleans to learn how harsh social conditions and vast inequities can be the catalyst for beautiful cultural forms.
June 10, 2019
When disaster strikes a community, a key factor in whether it can bounce back is its reserve of resilience before it was tested by hardship. Researchers are discovering that this resilience is inextricably linked to a community’s unique history and culture.