Warren G. Lichtenstein, founder and executive chairman of Steel Partners Holdings, has given a $1 million gift to spur first-time donors to support "Only the Audacious."
Avery Siegel, a School of Liberal Arts student majoring in communications with a minor in public health, can add the title “Oscar winner” to her future resume.
Bessie Hall said she was grateful to the Tulane Civil Rights and Federal Practice Clinic for helping her receive benefits.
Transforming its physical spaces for the next generation of students is a top priority at Tulane, and has brought about a renaissance of renovations and expansions.
When A.B. Freeman School of Business dedicated the Stewart Center CBD, the university community recognized alumnus Frank Stewart’s lifelong commitment to Tulane.
The New Orleans BioInnovation Center will be a statewide partner for an initiative that will support business development efforts for life science research.
The de la Vergne volume, which details the laws of the 1808 Louisiana territory, has been donated to Tulane Law School.
The annual event highlights career successes of Tulane alumnae to inspire and motivate women to seek leadership positions in the workplace and in their communities.
The Scot Ackerman MakerSpace offers students and professors access to digital fabrication tools as well as traditional hand and power tools.
The museum will present a talk and reading in Freeman Auditorium Feb. 19 on ‘A Dream and a Chisel,’ a new memoir based on interviews with late sculptor Angela Gregory.
Damian Murray collaborated on a study that examines how falling in love is associated with changes in immune-related gene expression.
Janice Martin Foster became the law school’s first black woman graduate in 1970 and was honored last week when Tulane Law hosted a reunion and celebration.
The Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design named one of only four recipients of the Collaborative Practice Award for 2018-2019.
William Marko, managing director at an investment banking group, and Ann Tenenbaum, a philanthropist, have been elected to the university's main governing body.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver the keynote address to Tulane graduates at the university's 2019 Commencement on May 18 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Tulane Law School will celebrate the achievements of its African-American alumni Feb. 7–10 during Black Law Alumni Weekend.
School of Liberal Arts student Terez Hobson uses her study-abroad experiences in Kenya to define her volunteer commitment as a Community Engagement Advocate coordinator.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will be the featured speaker on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in Dixon Hall.
A. B. Freeman School of Business and the School of Architecture will offer a new degree program with specialized knowledge in Sustainable Real Estate Development.
Tulane law student Julissa Hunte, was named the Moot Court Honorary Round winner by a panel of three seasoned, distinguished federal judges.