A new study out of Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine analyzed 60 commonly available beverages and found mixed-fruit juices and plant-based milks such as oat and almond were most likely to contain toxic metals above federal drinking water standards.
Sally Brown Richardson, the A.D. Freeman Professor of Civil Law, a respected scholar of property rights and vice dean for Academic Affairs at Tulane School of Law, has been named interim dean of Tulane Law School. Read More
Matthew Geis, who will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a math minor, is heading to the Max Planck Institute in Germany to conduct stem cell research. Read More
The School of Professional Advancement is adding ITIL and DevOps certifications to its information technology program. Registration is open now for the fall 2023 semester. Read More
Students in the School of Science and Engineering had their designs put to the test at last week's "Truss Bust" competition. They designed and built model bridge trusses, before placing them in "the buster" to see how much the truss could withstand before breaking. See the video.
The student group Trash to Treasure will hold its annual spring collections starting Saturday, May 6, and ending Friday, May 12. Students living on and off campus are invited to donate items. There will be four collection stations open daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., including Aron Residences, Sharp Hall, Josephine Louise House and Butler House.
Visit the event Wavesync page for more information.
The Washington Post
David Smilde, a Tulane sociologist at the School of Liberal Arts, comments on the saga of embattled Venezuelan politician Juan Guaidó, who traveled to the United States after his plans to attend an international summit were derailed.
Los Angeles Times
Andrew Leber, an assistant professor at the School of Liberal Arts, discusses an ambitious effort to transform Saudi Arabia into a high-tech mecca.
Health inequity is costing the Medicare program more than $60 million on preventable heart failure hospital admissions, suggests a new study out of Tulane.
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