CityBusiness Health Care Heroes from Tulane
Seven from School of Medicine recognized as Health Care Heroes

July 24, 2022

CityBusiness recently announced its 2022 list of Health Care Heroes, including one Tulane School of Medicine professional and six physicians: Bennetta Horne, Dr. Adrian Baudy, Dr. Keith Ferdinand, Dr. Meghan Howell, Dr
Farewell to Liz Davey
Farewell to Liz Davey

July 20, 2022

After two decades of leading the Office of Sustainability, Liz Davey’s (far right) last day in her role at Tulane was Friday, July 15. Davey was an innovator in making the Tulane campus more sustainable and
SCC Clinics
Medical school’s Student Clinic Council provides health care to more than 3,000 patients this year

July 19, 2022

Tulane School of Medicine’s Student Clinic Council (SCC) has embraced the important mission of providing access to health care for underserved populations in New Orleans and has expanded its offerings to 30 clinics
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Make Way for professional headshots

July 18, 2022

The Office of University Communications and Marketing is now offering free studio headshots to full-time Tulane faculty and staff. Check future issues of Tulane Today for the September photography schedule.
Cheryl A. Verlander (NC ’70, SW ’75) and her husband, Charles “Chuck” N. Bracht, have made a $1 million bequest to Tulane’s Verlander-Bracht Scholarship Endowed Fund, which they created in 2008 to support students who are pursuing master’s degrees at the
Couple makes $1 million bequest to strengthen their Tulane School of Social Work scholarship

July 18, 2022

Alumna Cheryl A. Verlander and her husband, Charles “Chuck” N. Bracht, have made a $1 million bequest to Tulane’s Verlander-Bracht Scholarship Endowed Fund, which they created in 2008 to support students who are
COVID-19 Vaccine
Large study finds menstrual changes after COVID vaccine

July 15, 2022

A new study confirms what many on social media have long reported: The COVID-19 vaccines did affect people’s periods, especially for those who don’t typically have them due to long-acting contraceptives, gender-

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