A Tulane study says Americans can reduce their carbon footprint from food by swapping one item in their diet each day. Diego Rose (left), PhD, professor and director of nutrition at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, is lead author.
Mathematics Professor Mac Hyman (left) received the 2019 Outstanding Researcher Award, which honors faculty who have made exceptional contributions to their field of study and to the mission of the university.
The play, directed by Burton Tedesco, opens June 14 at 7:15 p.m. at the Brandt V.B. Dixon Lupin Theatre (150 Dixon Hall Annex). The show will run through June 30. Tickets are required to attend and can be purchased by clicking here. You can also reach the box office by phone at (504) 865-5106 or via email at email@example.com. For more information click here.
New York Times Professor David Smilde co-authors an opinion piece on negotiating a peaceful transition in Venezuela between conflicting parties.
New York Times Magazine Dauphine Sloan, professor of political science at Tulane, discusses her father and French artist, Guy de Montlaur. His art, inspired by his experiences in World War II, will be in an exhibit at The National World War II Museum.
Tulane baseball’s Sal Gozzo signs with the Philadelphia Phillies. The university had six players selected in the MLB draft last week.
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