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Commencement To Open "New Chapter"


Every commencement is a milestone for the graduate. Its pageantry signifies a validation of effort, certification of success and, perhaps, the first serious farewell to childhood. In this respect...

2009 Medical Class Learns Resiliency, Focus


In 2005, flooding in downtown New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina forced the Tulane School of Medicine to relocate at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and then Hurricane Rita delayed the...

Two Katrina Class Stories: Helping Hands


helping hands


Global Degrees: Public Health's First Undergrad Class


Rita Golikeri and Andrew Chan will be among the 29 students at Commencement who are the first to graduate with a four-year undergraduate public health degree from Tulane University. The program...

A Katrina Class Story: "This Is My Home"



New Orleans native Ashley...

Trauma Surgeon Receives Teaching Scholar Award


The Third Annual Health Sciences Society of Teaching Scholars Education Day on Thursday (May 7) focused on new concepts for improving medical education, and was highlighted by the naming of Dr....

A Katrina Class Story: No Regrets for Gelhardt



Senior Craig Gelhardt is a Florida...

Hard Times Are Good Fit for Finance Degree


Roommates Dennis Cristallo and Robert Myers are graduating this Saturday (May 16) with bachelor of science degrees in finance from the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. Not...

Registrar's Office Ready for Commencement Countdown


“It's chaotic but it's very controlled chaos,” said Mary Frances “Tudie” Gleason on Friday as eight days remained in the Commencement 2009 countdown. From her perspective in the Tulane registrar's...

The Art of Tiffany


tiffany lamp

Stained glass lamps and...