Tulane Commencement
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April 03, 2019

Nominate a graduating student from any Tulane school or at any degree level to be profiled in Tulane Today. Tulane’s University Commencement Ceremony takes place Saturday, May 18.  
A leading scholar of Latin American literature, Lee Skinner is the new dean of Tulane University’s Newcomb-Tulane College. (Photo by William Vasta)
Leading scholar of Latin American literature named dean of Newcomb-Tulane College

April 02, 2019

Lee Skinner, a leading scholar of Latin American literature and associate dean at one of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges, has been appointed to head Tulane University’s Newcomb-Tulane College, effective July
School of Public Health &Tropical Medicine exterior
Tulane University launches online Master of Public Health

April 02, 2019

The Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is launching an online Master of Public Health with Noodle Partners, the university’s longtime online innovation partner. The program brings the school
Brian Horowitz and Ari Ofengenden of Tulane University
Tulane hosts first ‘Globalization and Culture in Israel’ conference

March 29, 2019

The first “Globalization and Culture in Israel” conference takes place April 4–5 in Tulane University’s Jewish Studies Building at 7031 Freret Street on the uptown campus, with a documentary screening and a panel of
Victoria Belancio, PhD
Tulane researcher receives grant to study ‘dark matter of genomes’

March 28, 2019

The Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation recently awarded Tulane Cancer Center researcher Victoria Belancio, PhD, associate professor of structural and cellular biology, a three-year, $150,000 grant to support
Detail of “Land Memory Bank: Sovereignty, Uncertainty & Seeding Sustainability –– An Art Installation” by Monique Verdin, 2018
Indigenous sovereignty topic of Center for Gulf South symposium

March 28, 2019

On April 2, scholars, artists and activists will present on the topic of sovereignty and Indigenous communities at the Second Annual New Orleans Center for the Gulf South Indigenous Symposium, whose 2019 theme is

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