Meg Maurer
Exceptional student, artist, Newcomb Scholar will be missed

May 15, 2019

The Tulane community mourns the loss of Meg Maurer, a Newcomb Scholar who was set to graduate on Saturday. Maurer was known for her skillful illustrations of nature, which will be on display in the new Commons building.
Curtis Davis, PhD
Mellon Fellow earns PhD with research on racism-based trauma

May 15, 2019

Tulane PhD candidate Curtis Davis Jr. will receive a degree in social work on Saturday and is heading to the University of Southern Mississippi for a faculty position. His research centers around racism-based trauma.
Glucosamine
Glucosamine supplements could lower risk of cardiovascular disease

May 15, 2019

Regular use of glucosamine supplements may help lower risk of cardiovascular disease events, according to a new Tulane University study published in The BMJ.
Tulane bead tree
Beloved Bead Tree removed from campus

May 14, 2019

On Tuesday afternoon Tulane University’s iconic Bead Tree was removed from its longtime spot on the uptown campus. The nearly 30-year-old Nuttall oak sustained damage when it was struck by lightning several years ago,
Tulane professor wins grant to help find better treatment for respiratory disease.
Tulane professor to help find better treatment for respiratory disease

May 14, 2019

Tulane professor wins grant to help find better treatment for respiratory disease.  
David Woodside
Peace Corps signs up David Woodside, 2019 Altman Scholar

May 13, 2019

New Tulane graduate David Woodside, an Altman Scholar in International Studies and Business, has been accepted into the Peace Corps and is on his way to Ukraine this summer to facilitate business development there.

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