Topic: race and inclusion
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.
Tulane renews and expands its commitment to making the university a more inclusive and supportive home for all. The time to act is now.
‘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.
Nature Works in Strange Ways
Thomas Sherry has helped build the cornerstones of a Tulane education that nurture tomorrow’s climate leadership. Recognizing the close relationship between the natural world and the well-being of humans, he pays particular attention to birds and their habitats.
I believe Tulane University needs to be a leader in welcoming students from other countries, cultures and every socioeconomic background. It enriches the lives of the students who come here, whether they grew up in New Orleans or are arriving in this country for the very first time.
Divided We Learn
Among the most important issues in U.S. higher education right now is the lack of diversity in student and faculty populations.