Brian Horowitz and Ari Ofengenden of Tulane University
Tulane hosts first ‘Globalization and Culture in Israel’ conference

March 29, 2019

The first “Globalization and Culture in Israel” conference takes place April 4–5 in Tulane University’s Jewish Studies Building at 7031 Freret Street on the uptown campus, with a documentary screening and a panel of
Victoria Belancio, PhD
Tulane researcher receives grant to study ‘dark matter of genomes’

March 28, 2019

The Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation recently awarded Tulane Cancer Center researcher Victoria Belancio, PhD, associate professor of structural and cellular biology, a three-year, $150,000 grant to support
Detail of “Land Memory Bank: Sovereignty, Uncertainty & Seeding Sustainability –– An Art Installation” by Monique Verdin, 2018
Indigenous sovereignty topic of Center for Gulf South symposium

March 28, 2019

On April 2, scholars, artists and activists will present on the topic of sovereignty and Indigenous communities at the Second Annual New Orleans Center for the Gulf South Indigenous Symposium, whose 2019 theme is
Tim Berra
Author and professor Tim Berra to lecture at Tulane

March 26, 2019

Tim M. Berra, who received a PhD in biology from Tulane University in 1969, and who is professor emeritus in the Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology at The Ohio State University, will visit Tulane
A conference at Tulane will explore how climate change raises questions of justice and democracy.
Justice, democracy and climate change subject of conference

March 26, 2019

A conference at Tulane will explore how climate change raises questions of justice and democracy.  
Tulane Give Green 2019
2019 Give Green Day breaks last year’s fundraising record

March 26, 2019

Nearly $700,000 was raised from over 3,000 gifts during the 24-hour “Give Green: A Day for the Audacious” on March 19, according to preliminary numbers. The results represent an increase of about 50 percent from the

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