The fund that created the professorship was established in 2017, in accordance with the wishes of the late John G. Phillips and his widow, Pierrette “Petie” Phillips.
Justin Lee Miller’s credits include the Broadway productions of The Phantom of the Opera and On the Town.
Outpatient palliative care can improve survival duration as well as quality of life in advanced cancer patients, according to a Tulane University study.
For the uninitiated, Quidditch is a sport where wizards ride flying broomsticks and try to outscore opponents with the four balls in play.
New Yorker, New York Times contributor and creative writing professor Thomas Beller reflects on his time in New Orleans.
Andrea Zsombok of the Tulane University School of Medicine recently received $334,000 for research into the brain’s role in diabetes.
The Thanksgiving edition of “Dinner with 12 Tulanians” has quickly become one of the most anticipated Tulane Alumni Association events for students, alumni and staff.
A new consortium has awarded collaborative research grants to two teams of investigators fighting health disparities in the Mississippi Delta.
The NCAA has released the latest Division I graduation rate data, including the division's Graduation Success Rate, which held good news for Tulane student-athletes.
The National Institutes of Health awarded Tulane University School of Medicine a contract for up to $8.5 million to develop a more effective vaccine against pertussis.
The findings, published in the journal Psycho-Oncology, suggest those personality traits are important factors in how men respond to bad health news.
Thanks to Tulane Criminal Justice Clinic Director Katherine Mattes and student attorneys, Barry Williams walked out of the Louisiana State Penitentiary last week.
The Homecoming Reunion and Family Weekend was filled with smiles and cheers of “Hullabaloo” as Tulanians gathered for the big game.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 7, marked the opening of the new Tulane University Police Department headquarters located in the downtown medical district.
The Tulane School of Professional Advancement has opened three new digital design labs at the Elmwood campus.
Two new studies by Tulane epidemiologist Maeve Wallace aim to figure out why the U.S. has the highest maternal mortality rate in the developed world.
The Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law and Policy recently received a grant from the Greater New Orleans Foundation.
Tulane alumna and California environmental lawyer Lisa Kaas Boyle pushed for legislation that led to California’s ban on plastic straws.
Children’s Hospital and Tulane University School of Medicine have signed an affiliation agreement to work on clinical, academic and research activities in pediatrics.
Melina Calmon Silva, a Tulane PhD candidate in physical anthropology, worked as a volunteer with Operation Identification, a forensic anthropology program.