Lisa Kaas Boyle, a Tulane Law alumna who is a leading voice to ban single-use plastic straws, has co-authored a report seeking to do the same with plastic bottles.
Raven Ancar, Tulane sophomore, describes her experience studying abroad this summer through Tulane’s Race and Performance in Brazil program.
John McLachlan, PhD, James McLachlan, PhD, and Franck Mauvais-Jarvis, MD, were awarded a $1 million grant to study how sex differences shape disparate immune responses.
The Tulane community celebrated the opening of the Commons, a new building in the heart of campus, with prizes, giveaways and plenty of Green Wave spirit.
Tonight's event will include music, giveaways and a special guest performance by an iconic New Orleans group.
New students and their families share their excitement and emotions about Move-In Day and the start of the fall semester.
Oliver Houck will be honored with the American Bar Association’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award in Environmental, Energy, and Resources Law and Policy.
Members of Tulane Cancer Center's Flemington Lab team were awarded two grants to investigate how circular RNAs contribute to Epstein-Barr herpesvirus-associated cancers.
Nicholas Sandoval, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, is the recipient of a National Science Foundation Early Career Award.
A generous gift from Stuart and Suzanne Grant will establish the Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center at Tulane for the American Jewish Experience.
Francisco Estrada-Belli, research assistant professor in Tulane's Middle American Research Institute, is among the team who uncovered the evidence.
The Saul A. Mintz Global Research Studios program will provide students an opportunity to work internationally on critical global issues.