A Tulane study questions the reliability of how sea-level rise in low-lying coastal areas is measured.
Applications to Tulane have increased more than 65 percent over the past five years, with 41,365 applications arriving this year.
School of Liberal Arts seniors Sophia Angeletti, Shannon Armstrong and Jenna Fischer are studying international relations and Middle East studies.
Professor Michael Cunningham shares what he believes is an effective plan of action for addressing the lack of diversity in student and faculty populations.
A new Tulane University study has good news for environmentally conscious consumers — diets that are more climate-friendly are also healthier.
School of Liberal Arts alumnus Aaron Frumin knew he had a passion for teaching, but not within the walls of a typical classroom.
Tulane law professor Ron Scalise (L '00) is the editor of the 2019 Louisiana Civil Code, the definitive book on the state's unique legal system.
Jessica Shank, MD, is board certified in Gynecologic Oncology and Obstetrics & Gynecology and specializes in female pelvic cancers.
Tulane University has received a $5 million commitment for the funding of a Presidential Chair from the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation.
The Business Literacy Boot Camp brings high-level corporate expertise to first-year law students.
A Tulane National Primate Research Center study showed that an experimental drug can save nonhuman primates exposed to deadly ricin toxin.
An art exhibition examining the experiences of incarcerated women in Louisiana opens Jan. 19.
Are the clues to reducing community problems held at the tip of a chromosome? Tulane psychiatrist and researcher Stacy Drury is working to find out.
Student-athletes from multiple high schools, as well as Loyola University, will present Tulane Cancer Center with a check for $38,505.
Project Power is a health education camp that works to reach children who have risk factors for developing type 2 diabetes.
A paper co-written by Tulane nutrition researcher Diego Rose calls for adding more specific sustainability advice to dietary guidelines.
The Stewart Center CBD, the Freeman School’s new home for executive education programs, is located at the corner of Howard Avenue and Carondelet Street.
The gift establishes the Fogelman Life Preparation Program, which will teach life skills, financial training and career coaching to male basketball players.
School of Liberal Arts alumna Jackie Olensky talks about her role as food and lifestyle producer at NBC and her desire to help young adults gain professional experience.
Howard Singer (A&S '85) and Suellen Krieger Singer (NC '85) established the Singer Family School of Liberal Arts Management Minor (SLAMM) Endowed Fund.
As we embrace all things in store for 2019, let us not forget the amazing things that happened at Tulane last year.