Dr. Pierre Buekens and Dr. Hongbing Shen
Tulane establishes joint degree with Nanjing Medical University

June 28, 2016

Students at China’s Nanjing Medical University will be able to pursue a master's degree at Tulane University School of Public Health under a new joint degree program.
Tulane student athlete Taris Shenall steps front and center during a dance presentation during intro to jazz dance in McWilliams Hall.
Step it up

June 27, 2016

Class highlights influence of early jazz on modern dance culture.
Stacy Seicshnaydre
Associate dean will oversee revamped law-skills program

June 27, 2016

Law professor Stacy Seicshnaydre (L ’92), new associate dean of experiential learning and public interest programs, will oversee a reorganization of Tulane Law School’s vast array of skills-building offerings. (Photo by
Compassion fatigue
Coping with compassion fatigue

June 27, 2016

Some healthcare professionals silently battle secondary trauma.
Students work on final projects for semester in fashion design fundamentals: the wedding party.
Fa-fa-fa-fa-fashion

June 24, 2016

Design course makes fashion fundamental. 
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Low birth weight linked to type 2 diabetes

June 24, 2016

People born with low birth weight due to hereditary factors are at higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes later in life, according to a new Tulane University study.

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