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Stress of COVID-19 pandemic could lead to violence at home, Tulane experts caution

June 26, 2020

While some COVID-19 stay-at-home orders are being eased across the country, the stress on families will be felt much longer. Physical distancing, isolation and quarantine meausures designed to stop the spread of the
Digital exhibition ‘Conexión: Art and Activism in Oaxaca’ showcases work by Latin American Studies students

June 24, 2020

The new digital exhibition “Conexión: Art and Activism in Oaxaca," documents how community-based projects in San Francisco de Tanivet and central parts of the city are shifting the narratives of human rights and
Tulane Give Green June 25, 2020
Audacious Tulanians to ‘Give Green’ today

June 24, 2020

Thursday, June 25, is Give Green, a one-day fundraising event that brings the Tulane community together to move the university forward.
Alumni and parents, wherever you are, connect to students through Career Wave

June 23, 2020

Tulane Takeover Virtually Everywhere, Virtual Career Networking and the Tulane Remote Internship Program count on successful professionals to advise students on their career paths.  
Tulane community, local organizations lead effort to support incarcerated women

June 23, 2020

The College in Prison Program provides women in prison with the courses required to complete a bachelor’s degree and allows Tulane undergraduate students enrolled in the sociology course Women’s Imprisonment to earn
Ricardo Cortez-Julie Alvarez
School of Science and Engineering presents Dean’s Hero Award to two professors

June 22, 2020

The School of Science and Engineering recently announced two faculty members as recipients of the Dean’s Hero Award: Ricardo Cortez, the William Larkin Duren Professor in Mathematics and chair of the Department of