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Tulane Today
Monday, Dec. 3, 2018

From elections to holiday shopping safety, faculty make headlines

Mirya Holman, pictured, and William Rials are among the Tulane faculty members called upon for their expertise this week. See what they had to say in the latest Tulane News in Review video.
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Gov. Edwards appoints law professor to coastal protection board

Mark Davis, director of Tulane's Center for Environmental Law and an expert on water management, will represent the interests of the academic community in his new role.

Robotics Software Challenge

Join Tulane’s School of Professional Advancement on Dec. 14 for the inaugural Robotics Software Challenge. Teams will build software robots used to perform industry-relevant autonomous tasks. Top teams will be awarded prizes based on the best application of the robotics software. Tickets are required.
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Dec. 4
The Netherlands: Grotius and Human Rights

Concert Piano Series

Dec. 5
Music at Midday

Divorce Court: A Staged Reading

Dec. 6
Newcomb Art Department Holiday Sale

Tulane professor offers tips to prevent identity theft during the holiday shopping season

New York Times
'Artists who play with their food' features Newcomb Art Museum exhibit
Advanced cancer patients can live longer with palliative care, Tulane study says

The Marietta Daily Journal
Case of endangered frog may indicate strengthening property rights, Tulane professor says
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