Erica Woodley
Student Affairs dean is a ‘Role Model,’ on and off campus

July 20, 2021

Erica Woodley, assistant vice president and dean of students at Tulane, is a recipient of the Young Leadership Council’s (YLC) Role Model Award, to be bestowed in September.
Dr. Greg Stewart
Tulane University rolls out graduate certificate in sports medicine

July 14, 2021

The Tulane School of Professional Advancement (SoPA) now offers a graduate certificate in Sports Medicine in partnership with the Tulane School of Medicine and the Center for Sport. The certificate program will begin in
Monica Embers
The Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation grants funding for Bartonella Research Consortium

July 14, 2021

Key infectious disease researchers at Tulane University, Duke University and North Carolina State University will collaborate on an initiative to develop a treatment for bartonelloses, a spectrum of vector-borne 
Jana Lipman, history professor at Tulane, and Mira Kohl, history PhD candidate, each received recognitions from the  Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations for their published work on U.S. foreign relations.
History professor and PhD candidate receive honors for scholarly work on US foreign relations

July 14, 2021

Jana Lipman, history professor at the Tulane School of Liberal Arts, and Mira Kohl, PhD candidate in the Department of History, each received honors from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR)
The Newcomb Institute held a free, three-day online workshop for Newcomb Scholars Program participants that focused on utilizing tools and techniques to promote their research digitally.
Newcomb Institute hosts digital research workshop

July 14, 2021

The Newcomb Institute recently hosted a free, three-day online workshop titled “Communicating Your Research in a Digital World” for participants of the Newcomb Scholars Program.
The Newcomb Children's Center held its annual Mud Day on July 9, 2021. Children, ages 1-5, explored and frolicked to craft muddy creations together.
Newcomb Children’s Center holds third annual Mud Day

July 13, 2021

Children, ages 1-5, explored and frolicked to craft muddy creations together.

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