A gift by Mark and Margo Fogelman to the A. B. Freeman School of Business will create a real estate certificate program for undergraduates interested in pursuing careers in the industry. The program will provide hands-on learning opportunities by partnering students with professionals, companies and nonprofits for real-world projects and pro bono work.
David T. Zhang, a prominent international lawyer, has joined the Board of Tulane, the university’s main governing body. Zhang, who is a Tulane Law School alumnus, is a senior partner in the U.S. firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP, one of the most prominent law firms in the country. Read more on the Tulane News website.
During the New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University, thousands of attendees came to the uptown campus for nearly 80 engaging, informative and entertaining sessions by more than 130 authors. See some memorable scenes from the fest on the Tulane News website.
Tulane University Libraries and the Goldman Center for Student Accessibility will host a screening of the documentary Defiant Lives, which traces the origin of the worldwide disability rights movement. Following the screening, a facilitated discussion will be led by Krystal Cleary, professor of practice of communication and gender and sexuality studies at the School of Liberal Arts. The event will take place Wednesday, March 22, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Diboll Gallery (Room 300) of the Malkin Sacks Commons. Visit the Wavesync event page for more information.
The School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine will host alumna Dr. Debra Houry, principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for a lecture on Thursday, March 23, at noon in Diboll Auditorium, located in the Tidewater Building (1440 Canal St.). Visit the Wavesync event page for more information and to RSVP.
“Now that we’re very sure the planet experienced a volcanic eruption only 30 years ago, this is a small preview for the incredible discoveries VERITAS will make,” Jennifer Whitten, assistant professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the School of Science and Engineering, said of the VERITAS mission. Whitten is associate deputy principal investigator of VERITAS.
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Patricia Kissinger, epidemiologist and associate dean for faculty affairs and development at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, discusses the causes, symptoms and treatments of sexually transmitted infections.
“Given that many people are experimenting with different diets, it’s helpful to have a sense of the differences in their impacts,” says Diego Rose, nutrition program director at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, of popular diets’ environmental impacts.
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