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Award-winning Publications

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Staff members in the Tulane publications office, who write and produce Tulanian magazine and the New Wave daily online news site, recently brought home national and local awards...

Memorial Service for Social Work Student

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Students in the School of Social Work are mourning the loss of Kimberly Kelly, a fellow student who died on May 15, and they will honor her memory with a special service on Sunday (June 6) that is...

A Natural Celebration

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The woods will come alive with the sound of music, artistic performances and an auction at FORESTival, a celebration of art and nature at A Studio in the Woods, an artists' retreat in Lower Coast...

Hot Sports Tickets Highlight Auction

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How about winning a 16-person VIP suite to an away game for the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints? Or, an all-expenses-paid road trip with the Green Wave football team? These are just two of...

Building for the Future

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The Tulane University School of Architecture has received a leadership gift from alumnus Tim Favrot, an architect and a member of the school's 41-member advisory board. The gift of $500,000 will...

Award Highlights Diabetes Research

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Dr. Vivian Fonseca, renowned researcher in diabetes and professor of medicine, is the newest recipient of the Oliver Fund Scholar Award, which is presented to Tulane faculty members to support...

Dispersants Versus the Oil Spill

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British Petroleum has used large amounts of oil dispersants in fighting the massive oil release in the Gulf of Mexico. The company recently reduced its use of the chemical Corexit 9500 after...

China Connection in Spotlight

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During a recent ceremony at the National Performing Arts Center in Beijing, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton mentioned Tulane University's partnership with East China Normal University as...

Giving Back and Changing Lives

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After several years working in industry, chemical and biomolecular engineering graduates Scott Eklund and Carrie Giordano Eklund decided it was time to contribute to society in another way....

Get Moving

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Beginning on June 7, TUWellness will offer a physical activity program to faculty and staff members to “get people moving” and combat heart disease and stroke. Information sessions on the program...

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