Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy receives Walmart grant
Tulane awarded grant to strengthen resilience of disaster-prone communities

May 03, 2022

The Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy (DRLA) at Tulane has a received a $750,000 award from the Walmart Foundation to help empower vulnerable Louisiana communities to become disaster-ready in the face of climate
Max Steitz and Franziska Trautmann, co-founders of Glass Half Full, are creating a new model for glass recycling in Louisiana.
Tulane alumni reimagining glass recycling

May 03, 2022

Glass Half Full, which is co-founded by Tulane alumni Franziska Trautmann and Max Steitz, is endeavoring to increase Louisiana’s climate resilience and disaster readiness by recycling its glass.
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Psychologist explores history of anti-API racism and advocates for a united community

May 03, 2022

In time for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion invited Sherry Wang, an associate professor of counseling psychology at Santa Clara University, a
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Study finds training ‘village doctors’ can improve blood-pressure control in rural areas

May 02, 2022

High blood pressure is a leading cause of heart disease and early death, but many across the globe live in areas with limited access to high-quality healthcare. The problem is especially serious in rural China where
Tulane library Audubon's Birds of America
Library event takes flight

April 29, 2022

Tulane University Special Collections (TUSC) resumes its practice of “Flipping the Bird” — a weekly practice of turning a page in its John James Audubon Birds of America series.
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Tulane medical student organizes relief efforts amidst violence in Ukraine

April 29, 2022

When a video of airstrikes against Ukraine started circulating on social media several months ago, Tulane medical student Oleksandr Orak hoped that it wasn’t real.

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