Topic: leadership

Lindsay Cronk, Mollye Demosthenidy and Anita Raj

Shared Success

Three new campus faculty leaders — Lindsay Cronk, Mollye Demosthenidy and Anita Raj — have bonded over their new roles and agree that now is an even more exciting time to be a Tulanian.

David Harris in a blue suit sitting at a desk

New Director of Athletics

David Harris is the Green Wave’s new Director of Athletics and the Ben Weiner Director of Athletics Chair.

Tulane students attending the 2023 Stamps Scholars National Convention pose in Atlanta with buildings in the background.

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.

photo portrait of Tulane alumna Kyla Denwood (SLA '21)


With a U.S. State Department grant, Tulane alumni and students formed a nonprofit organization to provide international affairs career guidance and mentorship to underrepresented students from noncoastal areas of the United States.

Kimberly Gramm sits at a conference table in front of a contemporary painting

A Coach for Innovation

Kimberly Gramm leads the new Innovation Institute, which is at the vanguard of improving lives and transforming New Orleans and the region by boosting breakthroughs and discoveries and spurring the creation of new businesses that will bring these advances to market faster.

President Michael Fitts leads commencement

‘‘Come Together.’’

The secret of President Michael Fitts’ seven strong years at Tulane as he leads in an unprecedented era.

Medical students gather at a Black Lives Matter protest

Racial Reckoning

Tulane renews and expands its commitment to making the university a more inclusive and supportive home for all. The time to act is now.

15 Black medical school students in white coatspose in front of Whitney Plantaion

‘Resilience Is in Our DNA’

A photo of African American students from Tulane School of Medicine made national news in December after it went “viral” on social media.

thumbnail of Erica Washington in front of Bea Fields House

Why I Volunteer for Tulane

Tulane’s synonymity with New Orleans is what drew me to the university.