Dr. Monica Dhand, assistant professor of medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine
Goggles for Docs sends protective eye gear to COVID-19 frontline medical workers

May 12, 2020

Dr. Marcia Glass, an associate professor of medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine, coordinated a donation from Goggles for Docs, a nationwide effort to deliver protective goggles to frontline workers caring
Madeline Albright
Famous guest speakers visit Tulane classes, virtually

May 11, 2020

From an Academy Award–winning screenwriter to a Tony Award–winning costume designer and a former U.S. Secretary of State, special guest speakers dropped into Tulane classes this spring.
Clay Christian
Going viral: Tulane staffer shifts roles into COVID-19 science whisperer

May 11, 2020

Clay Christian, who works in the Tulane Office of Research Business Development, uses knowledge from his PhD in biomedical sciences to write the School of Medicine's Tulane COVID-19 Daily Digest.
Live Oak by Hunt Slonem.2011. Courtesy LouisianaArt.com
In the midst of the pandemic: The luminous, fantastical and endlessly fascinating world of Hunt Slonem

May 11, 2020

A most illustrious living artistic Tulane alumnus shares his wisdom and muses on Louisiana, life, creativity and joy.
From proposals to funded research in 48 hours: Tulane scientists receive Fast Grants

May 08, 2020

Three Tulane University researchers are the recipients of new Fast Grants, awards designed to quickly fund COVID-19 related projects. Mairi Noverr, Monica Vaccari and Tracy Fischer received a total of $350,000 for their
Class of 2024
Class of 2024 sets university record for yield, academic quality and diversity

May 06, 2020

For the fourth year in a row, Tulane’s incoming fall class will be the most selective, academically qualified and diverse in university history.