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Tulane psychology study on stress
Study examines how social rank affects response to stress

March 30, 2023

A Tulane study looks at two forms of psychosocial stress — social isolation and social instability — and how they manifest themselves based on social rank.

Tony Hu
Tony Hu inducted into prestigious AIMBE College of Fellows

March 28, 2023

The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering has inducted Tulane University research scientist Tony Hu, PhD, into its College of Fellows, which is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to a medical and biological engineer.


Tulane business expert, alumnus discuss how social media influencers can now thrive

March 23, 2023

For years, creators and influencers have flocked to social media platforms to attract followers and promote specific brands. But turning likes and views into a reliable income stream is a steep climb for most aspiring social media stars.

BoT member David Zhang
Renowned international attorney David T. Zhang joins Board of Tulane

March 16, 2023

David T. Zhang, a prominent international lawyer, has joined the Board of Tulane, the university’s main governing body. Zhang began his appointment to the board on March 1. 

Paul Whelton
Science Foundation Ireland awards Tulane research pioneer with prestigious St. Patrick’s Day Science Medal

March 15, 2023

Internationally renowned Tulane University cardiovascular health researcher Dr. Paul K. Whelton has been awarded the prestigious Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) St. Patrick’s Day Science Medal by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, the head of the government of Ireland.

Anti-Racism and the Disciplines podcast art
Tulane dean to release podcast on Anti-Racism and the Disciplines featuring leading Black scholars

March 15, 2023

Tulane University School of Liberal Arts will release a new podcast miniseries, Anti-Racism and the Disciplines, that explores the complex histories of liberal arts majors with the aim of identifying more accurate and effective practices in higher education.

Audrey Hai Hang of Tulane School of Social Work
Study finds national rise in alcohol and marijuana use among college students as more states legalize pot

March 09, 2023

Simultaneous alcohol and marijuana use among college students is on the rise across the country, according to a new Tulane study.

Reggie Ferreira, director of the Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy
Tulane resilience expert joins national panel on intimate partner violence

March 07, 2023

Reggie Ferreira, director of Tulane's Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy has been named to a national panel tasked with developing a framework for responding to intimate partner violence during public health emergencies.

Young woman is having mammography examination at the hospital or private clinic with a professional female doctor.
Study: More paid sick leave results in more cancer screenings

March 01, 2023

The findings highlight the benefits of paid leave mandates as a way to increase healthcare access and potentially improve healthcare equity in the U.S., where 1 in 4 people have no paid sick leave