The National Institutes of Health has awarded Tulane a grant to study whether fixing up blighted properties can reduce incidents of teen violence.
Tulane President Mike Fitts and Loyola President Tania Tetlow celebrate the start of college basketball season with a friendly wager.
Mathematical physics professor Frank Tipler was invited to debate the proposition “science alone can never answer our biggest questions” at the University of Oxford.
A group of biomedical engineering students experienced for themselves what life is like for the country’s poorest people, particularly when it comes to health care.
In the Women Leading New Orleans course, students discuss research on gender and leadership, while examining examples of women practicing leadership in New Orleans.
Brenda Gonzalez will research culture, creative spaces and the arts with Russian and American students as part of the Stanford U.S.–Russia Forum.
Pulitzer Prize winner Annette Gordon-Reed will be the featured speaker in the next Tulane-Aspen Institute Values in America Speaker Series event on Oct. 29.
The program is designed for new international students to meet and socialize with current Tulane students, helping to smooth their transition to the university.
A book co-authored by Iñaki Alday, dean of the Tulane University School of Architecture, has been named one of the world's 10 best architectural books of 2018.
A $500,000 gift from the Gayle and Tom Benson Charitable Foundation will fund completion of the chapel in the Fr. Val McInnes, OP, Center for Catholic Life.
Tulane researcher wins grant to develop a tool that could lower tumor recurrence in cancer patients.
After an extensive nationwide search, Tulane President Mike Fitts announced the appointment of Elizabeth Brown as chief of staff to the president.
Actor Bryan Batt (A&S ’87) knows that a career in show business can have as many twists and turns as a carnival ride.