Tulane bookstore during New Orleans Book Festival
High school teachers make Book Fest a lesson in literary inspiration

March 03, 2023

When the New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University takes place March 9-11, New Orleans-area high school teachers and students will be among the literary fans in attendance.
Tulane anthropology professor Nick Spitzer, host of American Routes
National Endowment for the Arts awards one of its highest honors to Tulane folklorist Nick Spitzer

March 03, 2023

Tulane anthropologist and folklorist Nick Spitzer, producer and host of the public radio show American Routes for the past 25 years, is being honored by the National Endowment of Arts.
The poster sessions, which featured over 350 poster displays, took place in the Grand Ballroom of the Jung Hotel.
Research, creative work presented at inaugural Tulane Research, Innovation and Creativity Summit

March 02, 2023

The inaugural Tulane Research, Innovation and Creativity Summit (TRICS), held Wednesday, March 1, and Thursday, March 2, brought together Tulane scholars from across all disciplines to highlight their research and
Young woman is having mammography examination at the hospital or private clinic with a professional female doctor.
Study: More paid sick leave results in more cancer screenings

March 01, 2023

The findings highlight the benefits of paid leave mandates as a way to increase healthcare access and potentially improve healthcare equity in the U.S., where 1 in 4 people have no paid sick leave  
A divided dinner plate with a keto meal on the left and a vegan meal on the right
Keto vs vegan: Study of popular diets finds over fourfold difference in carbon footprints

March 01, 2023

A new study from Tulane University compared popular diets on both nutritional quality and environmental impact. Keto and paleo diets, as eaten by US adults, scored among the lowest on overall nutrition quality and were
A two-year grant of more than $1.1 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will help develop and test new patient-centered digital counseling tools for family planning in Nigeria.
Tulane partnership in Nigeria awarded grant to explore innovative digital solutions for family planning

February 28, 2023

Dr. Dominique Meekers in the Department of International Health and Sustainable Development at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine was recently awarded a two-year more than $1.1 million grant from the Bill