Tulane School of Medicine received an eight-year accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the maximum time period it allows.
Meghan Bush won the first GlennTalks Live competition at the NASA Glenn Research Center while interning in the Photovoltaic and Electrochemical Systems Branch.
Melissa A. Weber was officially named curator of Tulane's Hogan Jazz Archive, part of the Special Collections division of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library.
The Tulane ByWater Institute hosted several faculty, deans and administrators to discuss Tulane’s leadership in coastal and urban resilience research and programming.
Christian Montano donated his bone marrow to save the life of Jim Calhoun, a 45-year-old New York resident with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
The students helped develop a strategy for managing volunteers of Banco de Alimentos, an organization that serves the poor of Buenos Aires.
Tulane’s A.B. Freeman School of Business released results of the 2019 Greater New Orleans Startup Report.
A team of Tulanians competes in the PBS reality show “Make48,” in which student groups have 48 hours to plan, prototype and pitch a new commercial product idea.
Researchers at Tulane’s School of Medicine discovered some cancer cells survive chemotherapy by eating their neighboring tumor cells.
Tulane’s Newcomb Art Museum received a grant from The Institute of Museum and Library Services to inventory and digitize its permanent collections.
The first cohort of students from Xiangtan University in China have begun studying at Tulane Law as part of an academic partnership between the two universities.
President Fitts noted that Tulane has made progress in decreasing the number of sexual misconduct complaints and the university is determined to end sexual violence.
With the guidance of Tulane Law’s Civil Rights and Federal Practice Clinic, two students argued a Texas case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Tulane's Professional Athlete Care Team had its most successful year in 2018-19, completing more than 600 patient screenings.
Tulane moved up to No. 40 in the latest edition of the U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings.
At this year’s State of the University address, President Fitts said Tulane is “strong indeed” and growing stronger every day.
Tulane had a record-setting fundraising year for a third consecutive year, with more than 25,000 donors giving more than $130 million in the 2018-19 fiscal year.
Newcomb-Tulane College dean Lee Skinner aims to continue the work the college has done to help students be successful and engaged throughout their time at Tulane.
Claire Senot examined the health care “journey” of heart failure patients after they were discharged from the hospital and why many patients are readmitted.
The center selected Hotel Hope for its fall Design-Build project and Resurrection After Exoneration for its Visioning project.