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Dr. Kathy Fields of Rodan + Fields received a Distinguished Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Freeman School Dean Ira Solomon.
John Stubbs, director of preservation studies at the Tulane School of Architecture, teaches about Notre Dame Cathedral in the Master of Preservation Studies program.
The festival includes a screening of “The Skin You're In,” directed by School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Dean Thomas LaVeist.
Tulane’s law clinic sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to prevent an increase of pollutants in the waterways of the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain.
“My experience at Tulane was amazingly unique, as I saw both sides of the Vietnam War coin."
School of Liberal Arts professor William Balée has been named a 2019 Guggenheim Fellow to document the historical ecology of the lower Amazon basin.
Renowned political strategist James Carville will headline Tulane Law School’s second annual Entertainment and Sports Law Conference on April 12.
Tulane encourages students to challenge themselves. These five students are tackling real-world problems with research.
Legendary math professor Lisa Fauci is a pioneer in math modeling, an award-winning scholar and a mentor to graduate students working.
During this era of climate change and environmental stresses, Tulane ecologists are focused on understanding how the living world works.
With a booming population comes the need for new medical advances. Tulane researchers are uncovering the science behind aging and learning how to add life to years.
Lee Skinner, a leading scholar of Latin American literature and an associate dean at one of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges, will head Newcomb-Tulane College.
Marco Nelson, an MBA student, and Lydia Winkler, a JD/MBA student, won the top prize at IDEAPitch during New Orleans Entrepreneur Week for their app RentCheck.
The conference takes place April 4–5, with a film screening and a roster of international speakers, including Tulane professors Brian Horowitz and Ari Ofengenden.