Dr. Gregory Stewart will oversee a new veteran-focused program created to address the unique medical needs of members of the armed forces. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Tulane University’s Center for Brain Health ready to serve veterans in need of health care

November 10, 2020

Chad Hennings is a College Football Hall of Famer and three-time Super Bowl Champion. Hennings is also a military veteran of the United States Air Force, who flew 45 combat missions in an A-10 Thunderbolt II (Warthog)
School of Liberal Arts awarded prestigious grant from Mellon Foundation for Sawyer Seminars

November 09, 2020

The School of Liberal Arts was awarded a $225,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to convene a year-long site-specific inquiry exploring changing historical narratives in New Orleans and the greater Gulf
New Orleans Center for the Gulf South explores “Knowing Together” in the Anthropocene

November 06, 2020

In an event titled “Knowing Together,” New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University (NOCGS) directors Rebecca Snedeker and Denise Frazier, PhD, presented Braid and Flow, an online practice they co-
Tulane Law post-election analysis
Learning in real time, law students study election as it unfolds

November 05, 2020

Stephen Griffin's Law of Democracy class has given Tulane School of Law students an up-close look at the issues surrounding the 2020 presidential election.
5 tips for getting better sleep

November 04, 2020

Tonya Hansel, an expert in disaster mental health and trauma at the School of Social Work, spoke with Tulane University’s new podcast, On Good Authority, to explain the impact that 2020 has had on people’s ability to
Richard Matasar
Richard Matasar announces retirement from Tulane

November 04, 2020

Richard Matasar, senior vice president of Strategic Initiatives and Institutional Effectiveness, announced his retirement.