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Honors for Entrepreneurs


The A. B. Freeman School of Business honored the Wilson family, owners of Barriere Construction Co., as Tulane Distinguished Entrepreneurs of the Year and Kathryn Hall-Trujillo, founding director...

IN Exchange Video Wins Telly Award


Sarah Hava Valley, an educational media producer in the A. B. Freeman School of Business, has received a 2010 Telly Award in the social responsibility category for a documentary she produced about...

NewDay Boosts Student Business


Drop the Chalk, a web-based software solution to help teachers become better classroom instructors, won $20,000 in startup capital in Tulane's first NewDay Challenge, a social venture competition...

Nuts and Bolts of Urban Farming


"Urban Agriculture and Health for an Urbanizing World: Delusion or Inspiration?" is the topic of an interdisciplinary panel discussion today in room 204 of Jones Hall on the uptown campus....

History Detectives on the Case in New Orleans


A crew from the popular PBS series "History Detectives" visited the Tulane uptown campus and other sites in New Orleans April 12–14. Host Elyse Luray, a Tulane graduate, wanted to know why...

Photos: Chillin



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Chillin’ at Crawfest

Winners in Academics


Nineteen student-athletes from Tulane University earned Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Medals during the 2009-10 academic year, the conference office announced.

In addition, 118...

Prestigious Honor for President Cowen


Tulane University President Scott Cowen is among 229 leaders in the sciences, the humanities and the arts, business, public affairs and the nonprofit sector who have been elected members of the...

Bright Idea


Poverty and a lack of access to safe, affordable lighting are two big challenges in the developing world. A new startup company hopes to solve those problems with an innovative product, and now,...

Vote Will Help Community Health


"We need your vote!" says Leah Berger of the Tulane Community Health Center, which is a finalist in an online contest for $50,000 from the People to People Ambassador Program.