Kristin Johnson, Tulane Law professor and the 2019 Gordon Gamm Faculty Scholar, will lead the Gordon Gamm Comparative Law and Justice Symposium on Nov. 8.
Lina Moses, PhD, helped to develop a new computer model that tracks how changes to ecosystems and societies affect the spread of Ebola.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the inaugural guest speaker of Tulane President Mike Fitts' Presidential Speaker Series.
A talk by producer Christine Vachon kicks off Tulane’s inaugural Bobby Yan Lectureship in Media and Social Change.
The Tipping Point, which will be held on Nov. 1 at the Fillmore New Orleans, has garnered national coverage in the music world.
Maureen Lichtveld, MD, of the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Tulane, is the principal investigator on a study of the United Houma Nation.
Tulane alumna and board member Elizabeth “Libby” Alexander and her husband, Robert Alexander, pledged $2 million to establish the fund.
Tulane’s School of Professional Advancement will host a discussion by Epic Games executives David Stelzer and Kaye Vassey on Oct. 24.
Tulane’s School of Social Work is providing counseling services to those affected by the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel on Canal Street.
The Cowen Institute released its annual poll, which chronicles perceptions of parents and guardians of students currently enrolled in New Orleans public schools.
The three-day event will be held March 19-21 and will showcase national, regional and local authors.
A team of researchers led by Karen Johannesson, PhD, found elevated concentrations of arsenic in groundwater from the upper Chicot aquifer in Cow Island.
The bays, which will allow 24-hour access for students to pick up their items at their convenience, are expected to go live by Oct. 18.
The Center for Global Education will host International Education Week in support of internationalization and exchange efforts on campus.
Martin Davies, director of Tulane’s Maritime Law Center, was elected to the Comité Maritime International for his significant contributions to the field.
Tulane Athletics has established the Stephen A. Martin Scholars award in honor of the first African American student-athlete to compete in the Southeastern Conference.
The Lepage Faculty Fellows program supports faculty across Tulane engaged in research, teaching or commercialization efforts in entrepreneurship and innovation.
Tulane political science professors and recent graduates discuss what it means to be an educated citizen of the world.
A 200-year-old manuscript, an original work on the Civil Law of Louisiana by Louis Moreau Lislet, was donated to Tulane Law.
The center selected a new cohort of executives, investors and entrepreneurs to serve as Innovators-in-Residence for 2019-20.
Ross Klingsberg, MD, an associate professor at the School of Medicine, is the inaugural Dean Baker Ellithorpe, MD, Professor.
Researchers at Tulane School of Medicine are a part of the National Institutes of Health's All of Us Program.
The School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine will host a day-long event observing the 400-year anniversary and examining its impact of inequalities on communities.