AJ Durand, Tulane Class of 2023
Graduate and SoPA employee uses design to champion human rights

April 28, 2023

Early on in his studies, AJ Durand learned how digital design could be harnessed to find solutions for societal problems.
Rubbing of Tablet of the Sun at Palenque
Researchers solve ancient mystery of Maya calendar

April 28, 2023

The 819-day calendar used by ancient Mayans has long stumped researchers, but anthropologists from Tulane University may have finally deciphered its secrets. 
Angie Birnbaum
Tulane University launches institute to bolster pandemic readiness and response

April 27, 2023

Tulane University announced its new Biocontainment Institute, which will serve as a national and international training hub for pandemic readiness and response as well as help develop a workforce for the next public
Jazz Fest stage in New Orleans
Tulanians offer performances, interviews and more at 2023 Jazz Fest

April 25, 2023

Tulane employees, staff and graduates will be among the many performers and artists at the 2023 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, which begins Friday, April 28.
D. Jelagat Cheruiyot, Allison Emmerson, Katherine Andrinopoulos, and Kris Lane
Four professors recognized with 2023 Tulane teaching awards

April 25, 2023

At the 2023 Commencement ceremony, four Tulane University faculty members will receive university-wide teaching awards: the Suzanne and Stephen Weiss Presidential Fellows Awards and the Tulane President’s Awards for
Dean David Meyer of Tulane Law School
Tulane Law School Dean David Meyer to step down in June

April 24, 2023

David Meyer, dean of Tulane Law School and the Mitchell Franklin Professor of Law, will step down effective June 30, to assume the role of dean and president of Brooklyn Law School in New York. He served as dean of