Tulane professor Andy Horowitz is co-editor of a new book on disaster studies
Tulane professor explains the study of disasters in new book

November 08, 2021

Andy Horowitz, a Tulane scholar on the history of disasters, explains the meaning of "disaster" in new book "Critical Disaster Studies."
Research, Scholarship and Achievement Awards
Tulane scholars honored at first Research, Scholarship and Artistic Achievement Awards ceremony

November 05, 2021

Outstanding Tulane scholars were recognized for their exceptional research at the first Tulane University Research, Scholarship and Artistic Achievement Awards on Thursday, Nov. 4. 
Tulane Wear Your Green Day challenge winners
‘Wear Your Green Day’ challenge winners show plenty of Tulane spirit

November 05, 2021

The “Wear Your Green Day” challenge resulted in a four-way tie among spirited Tulane employees. During last week’s Employee Appreciation Week, Nov. 3 was “Wear Your Green Day.”
Yaa Gyasi
Newcomb-Tulane College Reading Project immerses students in the experience of literature

November 05, 2021

Yaa Gyasi’s novel Transcendent Kingdom was chosen as the Newcomb-Tulane College Reading Project for the class of 2025 and was the subject of the Kylene and Brad Beers Reading Project Lecture.
Viet Thanh Nguyen
Pulitzer Prize-winning author to inaugurate new endowed speaker series at Tulane

November 05, 2021

Viet Thanh Nguyen, winner of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for fiction for his novel The Sympathizer, will kick off the Carole Barnette Boudreaux '65 Great Writers Series on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at Tulane University.
image of colorectal cancer
Tulane University study uses artificial intelligence to detect colorectal cancer

November 02, 2021

A Tulane University researcher found that artificial intelligence can accurately detect and diagnose colorectal cancer from tissue scans as well or better than pathologists, according to a new study in the journal