Innovation Series panelists
Panel to address COVID-19’s impact on K-12 schools, students and fall

July 08, 2020

The next installment of Tulane's Innovation Series will discuss how schools across the country adapted to COVID-19 closures, how those changes may affect learning and how parents and students are coping with coronavirus
David Banush, Tulane University’s Dean of Libraries and Academic Information Resources, has received membership into the Grolier Club, the oldest and most prestigious bibliophilic society in America. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Tulane University Dean David Banush named to prestigious Grolier Club

July 06, 2020

David Banush, the dean of libraries and academic information resources at Tulane University, has been elected to membership in the Grolier Club, the oldest and most prestigious bibliophilic society in America. 
Michael Kuczynski
English professor publishes volumes about medieval manuscript

July 06, 2020

Professor of English Michael Kuczynski of the School of Liberal Arts has published a two-volume set that offers a critical commentary on the manuscript of a “glossed” Wycliffite psalter from the early 15th century. He
Tulane professor's book goes back in time to examine Hurricane Katrina

July 06, 2020

Tulane scholar Andy Horowitz, who studies the history of disasters, links Hurricane Katrina to a powerful 1915 storm in his book "Katrina: A History, 1915-2015.
Tulane researchers find that coronavirus can survive in air for hours

July 06, 2020

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can remain infective in aerosol for up to 16 hours according to a Tulane study published in Emerging Infectious Diseases. 
New Tulane Global program to provide academic, co-curricular support to students facing COVID-19 travel issues

July 01, 2020

Tulane Global, a new program developed by Newcomb-Tulane College’s Center for Global Education, offers Tulane undergraduate students in China who are not able to travel to campus this fall, opportunities to live, learn