Thomas Lane, Tulane Law alumnus, launched the Lane-Morrison Endowed Law Scholarship to support students who identify as gay, bisexual, transgender or queer as an effort to contribute to Tulane Law’s diversity.
Sarah Gray, assistant professor of psychology, and her team will study the effectiveness of an intervention to address trauma in moms and their children as part of a four-year grant that will bring the project to Head Start centers in the New Orleans area.
Newcomb Art Museum’s (Per)Sister: Incarcerated Women of Louisiana exhibition closes July 6. The exhibition tells the stories of 30 formerly incarcerated women through artwork and highlights the issues facing this community of women along with their strength. For more information, click here.
National Geographic Tulane’s John Caruso says more observations are needed to find if coffinfish normally hold their breath for four minutes.
AL.com Karissa Haugeberg, Tulane history professor, says doctors who saw the dangers of illegal abortions led the calls for decriminalizing it before Roe v. Wade.
Mirya Holman, Tulane political science professor, says voters must examine presidential candidates' policies beyond their gender.
MD Magazine Robert Hendel, chair of cardiovascular medicine at Tulane, discusses public health education offered at Tulane and how it helps the New Orleans community.
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