Tulane University graduate student Bennett Abrams has a career goal of improving the nation’s national security and making industries more resilient. Abrams took a big step toward fulfilling his
Chris Cox amassed numerous titles, zip codes and even bylines during his 23 years of service in the United States Marine Corps, but an assignment to New Orleans late in his career proved to be too
Join fellow alumni and friends for a back-to-campus celebration at Homecoming 2021. An array of events from Nov. 8-13 will bring together Tulanians from around the country, and the Tulane School
Since 1985, Louisiana historian Terrence Fitzmorris has been a beacon of light for those who knew him.
Four networking events for Tulane School of Professional Advancement students will be hosted at the home of Dean Suri Duitch.
A colorful, new student-designed mural welcomes visitors with the message that SoPA is “Where You Belong.”
Alumna Abigail Michel organized linemen as they drove in from across the country to help return power to parts of Mississippi and Louisiana.
During Hurricane Ida, Patrick Messmer and 34 others braved the storm on the grounds of the Audubon Zoo in Uptown New Orleans with a mission to protect the animals.
SoPA Dean Suri Duitch checks in with students to offer the latest information on class schedules following Hurricane Ida.
Hurricane preparation is crucial for the safety of you and your family. If an emergency arises, have a hurricane go-bag ready and packed with safety items.
View the recording of “Funding Equity: Black Professionals in Philanthropy” held Wednesday, Aug. 25, at 6 p.m.
Candice Brown is a SoPA student working toward a Paralegal Certificate and Bachelor of Arts in General Legal Studies.
SoPA adjunct professor Randy Magiera brings his expertise in cybersecurity, security management, risk analysis and vulnerability assessments to the table for a talk about cyber safety.
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