Gulf South Anthropocene Working Group addresses the theme “Racialized Violence” for upcoming Braid and Flow events
June 15, 2020New Orleans Center for the Gulf South (NOCGS) has partnered with The Water Leaders Institute and The Blue House NOLA to host Braid and Flow, a series of online gatherings that address ecological and political dynamics
June 15, 2020On Thursday, hundreds of Tulane School of Medicine and LSU School of Medicine faculty and students, as well as essential personnel from nearby hospitals, united in a peaceful protest against police brutality and racism.
Tulane to host virtual discussion on “Race in America” with renowned authors Dr. Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., Cleo Wade and Kiese Laymon
June 15, 2020The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University will host a virtual discussion on “Race in America” with a trio of renowned national authors, including Dr. Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., Kiese Laymon and Cleo Wade, on
June 15, 2020The chance meeting of a pair of Tulane University students at a medical school fraternity party almost 75 years ago led to a life filled with family, service and a lasting legacy that will continue at Tulane for years
June 15, 2020A Tulane study provides new insights on how to modify the stickiness of molecular building blocks, allowing engineers to build materials, like gels, from the bottom-up.
June 12, 2020Earlier this year, I listened to an interview with John Lewis, U.S. congressman and Tulane honorary degree recipient, about his life as a legendary civil rights leader. He said something that has echoed in my mind: “My