Social worker burnout a real issue
Burnout among social workers a real issue amid pandemic, Tulane researchers say

March 04, 2021

Social workers are an integral part of the helping community, yet they are as susceptible to job burnout as anyone on the front lines, according to researchers.
Diego Rose
Study finds dietary guidelines around the world have vastly different carbon footprints

March 02, 2021

If people across the globe were to follow their country’s recommendations for a healthy diet, the impact of their food choices on greenhouse gas emissions would vary greatly depending on where they live, according to a
Tulane University Special Collections
Tulane University jazz archive gets new name and expanded mission

March 01, 2021

Tulane University Special Collections (TUSC) is pleased to announce an expanded mission and new name for its famed music archive. Previously known as the Hogan Jazz Archive, the reconceived Hogan Archive of New Orleans
The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race
Tulane University professor, bestselling author Walter Isaacson to virtually debut new book

February 26, 2021

Walter Isaacson, a bestselling biographer, and the Leonard A. Lauder Professor of American History and Values in Tulane University’s School of Liberal Arts, will debut his new book – The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna,
Tony Hu
Tulane develops test that can detect COVID-19 that nasal swabs miss

February 26, 2021

Tulane University researchers have developed a highly sensitive blood test that can detect COVID-19 in rare cases when infections were missed by nasal swab PCR tests, according to a new study published in the Journal
Race expert Mary Pattillo will speak at Tulane.
Tulane to host virtual discussion on ‘Anti-Racism and Sociology’

February 25, 2021

The SLA Dean’s Speaker Series on Anti-Racism and the Disciplines continues March 2 with a talk by race expert Mary Pattillo, a professor at Northwestern University.