December 16, 2016
Catherine Burnette, an assistant professor in the Tulane School of Social Work, researches violence against indigenous women and the related health disparities.
December 15, 2016
Tulane Law School is offering a summer abroad program featuring faculty experts on constitutional, human rights and European Union law.
December 13, 2016
Inspired by an enduring childhood love of Lois Lenski’s books, author, historian and Tulane University alumna Bobbie Malone has published Lois Lenski: Storycatcher. A biography that brings together vivid scenes from Lenski’s books, the author’s own letters, lectures and memories from those who knew her.
December 09, 2016
Law, architecture and public health experts give practical tips for existing in harmony with water—essential advice for the survival and well-being of our region and, ultimately, the world in this era of climate change.
December 07, 2016
College entrepreneurs are invited to enter the 17th annual Tulane Business Model Competition for a chance to win more than $40,000 in cash and prizes for promising startup ventures.
December 05, 2016
Participating in a TIDES course called Indian Tribes Down The Bayou: Native American Communities of Southeastern Louisiana, Tulane students documented the cultural history of the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe.
December 02, 2016
Long-term estrogen treatment after menopause may increase the risk of new kidney damage and negatively affect women who already have abnormal kidney function, according to a study by Tulane University School of Medicine researchers published in the American Journal of Physiology—Renal Physiology.
November 22, 2016
Fellows are trained to more effectively develop and coordinate plans that strengthen the resilience of their communities to future disasters such as flooding, oil spills or hurricanes.
November 15, 2016
A decade after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, hospital admissions for heart attacks in the city were three times higher than they were before the storm, according to Tulane University research results presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2016 in New Orleans this week.
November 15, 2016
Neighborhood stressors including the density of liquor or convenience stores, reports of domestic violence and the rate of violent crime are associated with signs of biological stress in children according to a new study led by Tulane University researchers and published in the prestigious journal JAMA Pediatrics.