Kimberly Gramm leads the new Innovation Institute, which is at the vanguard of improving lives and transforming New Orleans and the region by boosting breakthroughs and discoveries and spurring the creation of new businesses that will bring these advances to market faster.
Annie Cleveland (left), second-year Tulane Law student, won second place in the 2022 National Mediator Competition, hosted by the University of Houston Law Center. Katie Norris (right), also a second-year law student, placed among the top four competitors. Read more on the Tulane Law website.
From “productivity paranoia” among employees to changing how managers effectively lead teams, organizational behavior expert Natalie Longmire talks about what the nation has learned almost three years into the great remote work experiment ushered in by the pandemic. Listen Now
The Latin American Library will host a special event to mark the opening of the Chamorro Barrios Family Papers (1767-1997). The papers document one of Latin America’s most influential families at the forefront of Nicaragua’s political and national life since the 18th century and contain information on the modern history of Nicaragua. The event will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 5-7 p.m. in the Latin American Library Gallery, located on the fourth floor of the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Carlos Fernando Chamorro Barrios, award-winning journalist from Nicaragua and one of the most influential investigative journalists in Latin America, will provide remarks. Visit the event Wavesync page for more information.
Investors who recently purchased an apartment building in the Central Business District credit Tulane University’s planned redevelopment of the former Charity Hospital building as a main factor that attracted them to the area.
Walter Isaacson, Leonard Lauder Professor of American History and Values at the School of Liberal Arts, discusses Elon Musk’s reorganization of Twitter.
Eat This, Not That
Researchers at Tulane found that a low-carb diet may be able to help unmedicated individuals with existing diabetes or prediabetes lower their blood sugar levels.
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