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Data literacy for the next generation

Data is everywhere. We are consuming, generating and sharing data. This fall, the Connolly Alexander Institute for Data Science (CAIDS) officially offers Tulane faculty and students programming to significantly increase Tulanians’ data fluency. Continue Reading


Green Wave athletic excellence spurs excitement

After the Tulane football team’s amazing Goodyear Cotton Bowl victory, the team’s winning ways spread throughout Tulane Athletics, creating a newfound fervor on campus and marking a record-setting year. Continue Reading

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Anticipation builds for upcoming Tulane baseball season

Tulane baseball Coach Jay Uhlman has never been more pumped for a college baseball season. Last year’s post-season has him — and his team — itching for the 2024 season to commence. Continue Reading

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Civil engineering returns as a minor with a water-management focus

When the School of Science and Engineering reconsidered a civil engineering curriculum, they brought it back with a 2023 update: Civil Engineering – Water Resources and Environmental, a minor for undergraduate students. Continue Reading

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Biomedical engineering students create child-size wheelchairs

Even with a pediatric wheelchair, learning how to get around on wheels can be challenging for a child, especially one with cerebral palsy, spina bifida or a limb deficiency. That’s when Tulane engineering students came in to help. Continue Reading

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Class of 2027 – Meet Tulane’s strongest class yet

Once again, Tulane University can proudly say its newest class of incoming students is making history. The Class of 2027 includes students from 49 states and territories, the most in the last three years. Louisiana landed as the most represented state, with more than 230 commitments. Continue Reading

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Scholarship Program Provides ‘life-changing’ Opportunities

Five Stamps Scholarships, which celebrate both academic achievement and leadership, are awarded to incoming first-year Tulane students every year. Continue Reading

Carol Lavin Bernick

$8 million gift to support downtown campus improvements, faculty grants

Longtime Tulane donor and board chair Carol Lavin Bernick has established a multimillion dollar fund for Tulane’s expanding downtown campus. The Carol Lavin Bernick Downtown Investment Fund includes $5 million for campus enhancements. Bernick also donated $3 million to continue the Carol Lavin Bernick Faculty Investment Fund. Continue Reading

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Impression: Kenny Welcome (B ’15)

On or off the field, Kenny Welcome remains a proud Tulanian. The native New Orleanian still keeps up with his classmates and teammates and cherishes his Tulane connections as an alumnus and an entrepreneur. Continue Reading

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Tulanians – Class Notes

Find your classmates by decade! Continue Reading

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These Tulanians’ deaths were recently reported to the university. Continue Reading