Carlos Fernando Chamorro
Greenleaf speaker series explores journalism and democracy

November 04, 2022

Nicaraguan investigative journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro is the first speaker for the 2022-2023 Distinguished Greenleaf Series: Journalism and Democracy. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Chamorro will speak on “The Relevance
Two Tulane psychology professors receive grant to make schools safer
Tulane researchers to help Louisiana schools launch proactive violence prevention programs

November 04, 2022

Two Tulane psychology professors are recipients of an $800,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to help make schools safer.
Matt Dalva, new director of the Tulane Brain Institute 
Renowned neuroscientist will lead Tulane Brain Institute as new Presidential Chair

November 04, 2022

Award-winning neuroscientist Matthew Dalva, PhD has been appointed as director of the Tulane Brain Institute and the university’s newest Presidential Chair.
Andy Corrigan
Andy Corrigan named interim dean of Tulane University Libraries

November 01, 2022

Andy Corrigan, associate dean of Tulane University Libraries, has been named interim dean of libraries while a search is underway to replace former Dean of Libraries David Banush.
Law professor Ann Lipton
Law professor offers expert opinion on Twitter takeover

November 01, 2022

Tulane Law School professor Ann Lipton, who specializes in corporate governance, interpreted the legal issues surrounding the Elon Musk-Twitter deal. Plus, a timeline of the takeover.
Roxanne Davila
Speaking up for world languages, with Roxanne Dávila

October 31, 2022

Roxanne Dávila is the School of Liberal Arts’ new associate dean for language pedagogy and initiatives, a role in which she will oversee all aspects relating to language learning and pedagogy and will lead the school’s

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