Students from the A.B. Freeman School of Business worked with the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans to study data and determine factors that influence attendance at Pelicans games. Students examined dates and times to host home games during the 2019-2020 season.
This Saturday, June 8, at 2 p.m., the museum will present “Changemakers” — a conversation highlighting local issues critical to criminal justice reform. The panel takes place in Freeman Auditorium in the Woldenberg Art Center.
Faculty and staff from Tulane’s Prevention Research Center, Movin’ for LIFE and FitNOLA of the New Orleans Health Department will participate in a panel discussion on ways to positively impact health in New Orleans neighborhoods. The Prevention Research Center Movin' for LIFE Guide to Community Health will also be launched. The event is Wednesday, June 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Regency Reception Hall (7300 Downman Road). Lunch will be served and admission is free; however you must RSVP here.
Psychology Today A study conducted at Tulane examines the psychology of why some people have a better sense of smell than others.
New York Times Tulane’s Felicia McCarren weighs in on whether ballet is considered camp.
WDSU Tulane researchers are a part of a study called “All of Us” that aims to look at the genetic sequences of Americans and how a person’s genetic information can influence their health.
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