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Tulane is offering tuition scholarships of up to 50 percent toward the entire cost of degree programs for Peace Corps volunteers and Fulbright student grantees.
Students built a regional donation hub to collect personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.
Following new university operating procedures during the global COVID-19 outbreak, students began online classes yesterday.
Robert Garry, PhD, professor of microbiology and immunology at the School of Medicine, is senior author of the study.
In a coordinated effort, several campus partners are assisting students as they prepare to move out of their residence halls by March 22.
Tulane offers an open-format program called Spark Hours to any student who has an interest in entrepreneurship.
President Mike Fitts announced that Tulane will move to online instruction beginning Monday, March 23, through the end of the semester.
Alfred Brownell, Tulane Law alumnus, has been named the first Distinguished Visitor in Residence of the Tulane Center for Environmental Law.
The complete lineup for the inaugural Book Festival at Tulane has been announced, featuring more than 100 renowned and rising authors.
Keyshawn McLeod was one of two student-athletes recognized with the inaugural Stephen Martin Scholars award.
Tulane professor Shannon Blady, along with a team of faculty and staff, founded the new initiative.
This year’s Wave of Green Day of Service will take place on April 9. The day is an opportunity for faculty and staff to make a difference in the community.
Chad Steele, professor and chair of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, is one of 68 scientists worldwide to be named a 2020 Fellow.
An anonymous $2 million gift has been received by the Department of Jewish Studies to establish the Chair in Contemporary Jewish Life Endowed Fund.
Christopher Dunn, professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.