Winter 2022
The Provost’s Award for Excellence in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion recognizes research that addresses societal inequities and promotes social change.
Winter 2022
The Tulane University Research, Scholarship, and Artistic Achievement Awards were presented for the first time in November at a gala at the Higgins Hotel near The World War II Museum in New Orleans.
Winter 2022
When Hurricane Ida arrived 16 years to the day after Katrina made landfall in Louisiana, a narrative quickly emerged that it would be the Katrina of the 2020s. Fortunately, the improvements made to New Orleans’ flood protection system more than a decade and a half ago changed this storyline.
Winter 2022
A teacher of drawing and painting at the School of Architecture, chair of the Newcomb Art Department and producer of modernist art, the late John Clemmer is remembered for his generosity and impact on the New Orleans art scene.
Winter 2022
Tulane evacuated students who had sheltered in place during the storm, including on-campus and off-campus undergraduates and graduate and professional students, to Houston, where a hub was established at the university’s expense to provide students with food and lodging until they were able to get flights home.
Winter 2022
The home of Tulane School of Architecture is preparing for a major renovation.
Winter 2022
Tulane University researcher awarded $3.4 million NIH grant to help families have ‘Color Brave’ discussions against racism.
Winter 2022

For the first time, Research, Scholarship and Artistic Achievement Awards were bestowed on Tulane’s stellar researchers and scholars.  We devote several stories to them in this issue of the Tulanian

Winter 2022
The NCAA Constitution Committee is billed as a panel that will reshape college sports, and Tulane University Athletics Director Troy Dannen made no secret of his desire to be part of it.
Winter 2022
Choreographer Ronit Ziv established her place in the dance world with her first work, “Rose Can’t Wait,” in 1999.