The Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation recently awarded Victoria Belancio, PhD, a three-year, $150,000 grant to support her investigations.
President Mike Fitts recognized employees with more than five years of service, including some who have worked at Tulane University for more than four decades.
Tulane’s second giving day far surpassed last year’s success, with thousands of donors joining together to contribute nearly $700,000, according to preliminary numbers.
Mehr Manzoor co-authored a ground-breaking report on gender equity in the global health workforce with the Gender Equity Hub.
The College Art Association named Elizabeth Boone, professor and Martha and Donald Robertson Chair in Latin American Art, as its Distinguished Scholar.
Dr. Penny Heaton, CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute, will be the keynote speaker at Immersion Days 2019.
Peace Corps announced that Tulane University ranked No. 3 among medium-size schools on the agency’s list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities in 2019.
American filmmaker Ken Burns will come to Tulane’s campus on March 29 from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
The second annual Give Green: A Day for the Audacious, a university-wide giving effort, began today at 12 a.m. and ends tonight at 11:59 p.m.
The main university website, news and magazine sites, and events sites all have a fresh new look.
Tulane Climate Action Week will feature a variety of events, including a keynote lecture by Kevin O’Brien of Pacific Lutheran University.
“Literature for Justice: The Gravity of Bearing Witness” takes place March 19 at 5 p.m. in John Giffen Weinmann Hall.
A new Tulane study published in Scientific Reports says the technology can help detect preeclampsia in pregnant women.
Join your fellow Tulanians for the annual faculty and staff day of service, Wave of Green, on April 18.
The A. B. Freeman School of Business and The Idea Village are holding a series of events featuring speakers, pitch competitions, workshops and networking events.
A first-time study by Tulane University revealed that former NFL players were found to have heart abnormalities associated with high blood pressure.
Anthropology professor John Verano’s research into the world’s largest mass sacrifice of children in Peru was published in PLOS ONE, a top scientific journal.
Alumna Monique Cola gave up life as a scientist for a different kind of academia: as the principal of Sci High in New Orleans.
The U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services selected epidemiologist Dr. Lydia Bazzano to serve on the committee.