The Newcomb Children’s Center celebrated its fourth annual Giving Tree Celebration on Dec. 14.
Emmanuel Rotich, center, never set out to be a competitive cross country runner, yet running was a big part of his life.
Emily Bonenfant, a senior in the School of Liberal Arts, is using her time at Tulane to learn ways to make healthy food more accessible to all communities.
The President’s Staff Excellence Awards were recently presented to staff members who represent high achievement through their contributions to the university.
Four scholars from Brazil are studying in the School of Liberal Arts with Department of Communication chair Mauro Porto.
Wound-healing technology developed by former biomedical engineering graduate students blasted off on the SpaceX Dragon Cargo Ship.
Kenneth and Carole Boudreaux have strong ties to Tulane's A.B. Freeman School of Business and the School of Liberal Arts.
Professor David Marcello is the director of the Tulane Public Law Center. Not only does he teach students to read and study law, he also encourages them to draft it.
Ann E. Case paints a picture of turmoil and perseverance in the exhibit, “September 1918’s Winds of War: War, Women, and the Spanish Influenza Come to Campus.”
Professors Walter Isaacson and Jesmyn Ward served as panelists during The New York Times’ annual Cities for Tomorrow conference held in New Orleans.
Staff member Mike Strecker has turned his comedic eye to his hometown with Jokes for Crescent City Kids.
In her new book, Nancy Maveety discusses how the justices have participated in both the enjoyment and the restriction of alcohol.
Tulane mathematics professor Lisa Fauci has been elected as a fellow of the American Physical Society.
Keith Ferdinand, MD, focuses largely on cardiac risk factor evaluation and control, including hypertension and hyperlipidemia.
Mirya Holman, pictured, and William Rials are among the Tulane faculty members called upon for their expertise this week.