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CPS is partnering with local relief organizations, other departments and student groups to organize donation drives and volunteer opportunities.
Carolyn Bayer, assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the School of Science and Engineering, is among 23 early career scientists to win funding.
Michael J. Moore, a professor of biomedical engineering, is part of a national study that aims to turn opioid overdose statistics around.
Patrick Bordnick, Tonya Hansel and Reggie Ferreira say self-care is key in dealing with the mental health challenges of Hurricane Ida.
New students Jack Harty and Nico Sabia found a note in a hole in the wall of their room in Monroe Residence Hall.
When Tulane students return to residence halls late next week, they will be doing so a full two weeks earlier than expected.
In two recent webinars, President Michael Fitts provided the university community with updates on the resumption of normal operations following Hurricane Ida.
Staff members and outside organizations stepped up to assist more than 2,250 Tulane students relocated to Houston after Hurricane Ida.
Dr. Jay Kolls, John W. Deming Endowed Chair in Internal Medicine, is lead author of the study.
Repair crews have been working tirelessly to restore Tulane University campuses after Hurricane Ida.
The semester has been restructured to compensate for days off due to Hurricane Ida. However, the Thanksgiving holiday will be observed as originally planned.
Tulane continues to conduct extensive damage assessments on all the university’s campuses post-Hurricane Ida as part of the process of recovery.
University leadership outlined the next steps forward in returning the university to normal operations.
Hurricane Ida passed through New Orleans on Sunday, causing a citywide power outage.