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Artist and printmaker Pippin Frisbie-Calder, scientists from Tulane’s Karubian Lab and community volunteers will be on the uptown parade route on Sunday, Feb. 23.
The Tulane National Primate Research Center is establishing a research program for the 2019 novel coronavirus disease.
James “Mac” Hyman is using mathematical models to help the public health community understand and anticipate the spread of the coronavirus.
Starting in fall 2020, Digital Media Practices will include five main areas of study and practice.
The program has announced expanded summer 2020 offerings, which include more STEM enrichment courses and the addition of the Young Public Scholars Program.
According to the Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, more than 200 young businesses contributed to the survey.
Nick Spitzer, professor of anthropology in the School of Liberal Arts, is the creator and producer of the “American Routes” radio show.
The School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine will host a forum about the emerging 2019 novel coronavirus on Friday with Tulane faculty members and other experts.
The festival will partner with Scholastic and the City of New Orleans’ Mayor’s Office of Youth and Families to bring 15 children’s authors to the event’s Family Day.
The Tulane School of Architecture launched its new Bachelor of Science in Real Estate major last week.
Rodney Johnson, HVAC technician, is among the “opportunity youth” the Cowen Institute’s Earn and Learn Career Pathways program has helped.
Janice Martin Foster graduated from Tulane Law in 1970, becoming the first black woman law graduate of the university.
Tiong Aw, MD is working toward the early detection of viral pathogens in species such as bottlenose dolphins and sea lions.
Study authors including lead author Jordan Karlitz, MD, suspected the colorectal cancer risks for those in their mid-to-late 40s are underestimated.
The event on Friday, Feb. 7, will feature presentations by historians, lawyers and psychologists from Tulane and other universities around the country.