Doug Hurley
Engineering alum on NASA/SpaceX mission to reach space station

May 26, 2020

Douglas G. Hurley, who graduated from Tulane’s School of Engineering with a degree in civil engineering in 1988, is one of two astronauts manning the Demo-2 mission on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft, the first crewed
Sheba Turk will moderate a virtual discussion with Sarah M. Broom about Broom’s first and bestselling book, The Yellow House, a memoir about her family’s history in New Orleans, which won the 2019 National Book Award for Nonfiction.
Tulane to host virtual discussion with Sheba Turk and bestselling author Sarah M. Broom on May 28

May 25, 2020

The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University will host a virtual discussion between local television personality and author Sheba Turk, and New York Times bestselling author Sarah M. Broom, winner of the 2019
Tulane study says drowning of marshes in Mississippi Delta likely
Mississippi Delta marshes in a state of irreversible collapse, Tulane study shows

May 22, 2020

A new Tulane study concludes that remaining marshes in the Mississippi Delta are likely to drown, given the present-day rate of global sea-level rise.
Schloss Prize recipients
Department of Economics awards 2020 Schloss Prize to professors of practice

May 22, 2020

The Tulane Department of Economics has awarded the Lawrence M. v. D. Schloss Economics Prize for 2020 to three outstanding professors of practice: Antonio Bojanic, LaPorchia Collins and Toni Weiss.
Tulane seniors at forefront of COVID-19 crisis

May 22, 2020

They came to Tulane University from an array of backgrounds and interests, forming a family of sorts through their love of helping others. But it wasn’t their dorm floors, club memberships or study groups that led to
Michael Antoine
Graduate uses passion, degree to help keep city safe

May 21, 2020

Michael Antoine is passionate about helping others, and he has been doing just that for more than 18 years as part of the public safety team for the city of New Orleans.