Tulane receives $5 million for glass sand project
Tulane awarded $5 million to find out if recycled glass can help save Louisiana wetlands

September 26, 2022

Tulane University scientists and engineers have shown that sand made from recycled glass can grow native marsh grasses and willow trees, is non-toxic to marine life and can resist erosion better than silt.
Woman salvaging equipment from bombed lab
Bombed labs, war won’t stop collaboration between Tulane and Ukrainian scientists

September 23, 2022

The ongoing war in Ukraine hasn’t stopped a Ukrainian university from collaborating with Tulane University scientists and engineers, even after its research labs were reduced to rubble in the conflict.
Flowering plumbago at Cudd Hall
Seeing blue

September 23, 2022

A flowering plumbago plant greets passersby in the early morning outside Cudd Hall. Also known as leadwort, plumbago is native to mild climates worldwide and comes in a variety of colors including white, blue, purple,
On Sept. 11, at 5:30 a.m., 16 members of the Tulane University Police Department (TUPD) gathered at the Diboll Parking Garage to participate in the 2nd Annual 911 Memorial Stair Climb.
9/11 Memorial Stair Climb by TUPD

September 23, 2022

On Sept. 11, at 5:30 a.m., 16 members of the Tulane University Police Department (TUPD) gathered at the Diboll Parking Garage to participate in the 2nd Annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb.
Conference room
The science of promotions: A Tulane researcher gives expert insight

September 23, 2022

The “great resignation” may not be over yet, but plenty of workers still want to get ahead.  Jasmijn Bol, professor and Francis Martin Chair in Business at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, examined the traits that
In the bustling lobby of the Dixon Performing Arts Center, second-year graduate student Sarah Campbell focuses on a reading for Music, Religion & Spirit class.
Surround sound

September 22, 2022

In the bustling lobby of the Dixon Performing Arts Center, second-year graduate student Sarah Campbell focuses on a reading for her Music, Religion & Spirit class. Campbell, originally from Massachusetts, is

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