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Welcome to Tulane University. Founded in 1834, Tulane is one of the most highly regarded and selective
independent research universities in the United States. A member of the prestigious Association of
American Universities, we take pride in
being a part of this select group of universities with “pre
eminent programs of graduate and professional education and scholarly research.” Our schools and
colleges offer undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees in the liberal arts, science and
gineering, architecture, business, law, social work, medicine and public health and tropical medicine.

Research in many disciplines has flourished at Tulane through the establishment of centers such as the
Newcomb College Institute, the Roger Thayer
Stone Center for Latin American Studies, the Middle
American Research Institute, the Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research, the Murphy
Institute, the Tulane Cancer Center, the Tulane Center for Gene Therapy and the Newcomb College
Center for R
esearch on Women. The university is ranked by the Carnegie Foundation for the
Advancement of Teaching as a university with “very high research activity.” Of more than 4,300 higher
educational institutions rated by the foundation, Tulane remains in a presti
gious category that includes
only 2 percent of universities nationwide.

Tulane strives to connect its values and mission to the needs of the city of New Orleans, the state, and
the nation. Community involvement is now more important than ever as the univer
sity participates in
the rebirth of New Orleans. Faculty and staff lend their expertise to rebuilding efforts and students gain
world experience while putting their skills to use in the community.

The undergraduate experience is marked by close studen
faculty interaction, a variety of campus
programs, and a diverse student body representing all 50 states and more than 40 different countries.
Tulane undergraduates will have full
time faculty teaching them right from the start. When you combine
that kin
d of educational experience with the opportunity to be involved in the largest urban renewal
project ever undertaken in our country, you get a college experience found

only at Tulane, only in New

With 4,400 employees, Tulane is the largest employe
r in New Orleans. The university is dedicated to
attracting and retaining the very best faculty, staff and students as we move forward toward our goal of
universal recognition as one of the world’s most preeminent educational and research institutions.

ane University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges
and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, doctorate, and professional degrees. Contact
the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatu
r, Georgia 30033
4097 or call 404
for questions about the accreditation of Tulane University.


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Tulane University is one of the nation's leading educational and research institutions. Founded in 1834
in New Orleans, Tulane offers degrees in architecture, business, law, liberal arts, medicine, public health
and tropical medicine, the scie
nces and engineering, and social work.


Non sibi, sed suis
, translated as "not for one's self, but for one's own."


1834, as Medical College of Louisiana

1847, Medical College merges with University of Louisiana

1884, Louisiana Leg
islature authorizes the Tulane Educational Fund to reorganize the University
of Louisiana as a private institution and rename it Tulane University of Louisiana

Tulane History



and senior vice president for academic affairs, Michael A. Bernstein

Tulane College
, James MacLaren, dean

A. B. Freeman School of Business
, Ira Solomon, dean

School of Architecture
, Kenneth Schwartz, dean

School of Continuing Studies
, Richard A. Marksbury, dean

School of Law
, David D. Meyer, dean

School of Liberal Arts
, Carole Haber, dean

School of Medicine
, Benjamin P. Sachs, dea
n and senior vice president

School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
, Pierre Buekens, dean

School of Science and Engineering
, Nicholas J. Altiero, dean

School of Social Work
, Ronald E. Marks, dean


Undergraduate: 8,338

Graduate and Professional: 5,021

Total: 13,359

7,359 females and 6,000 males

Enrollment Profiles


Undergraduate Admission


$43,434, Newcomb
Tulane College

$43,684, School of Law

$52,509, School of Medicine

$983/credit hour (tuition only), School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

$1,345/credit hour (tuition only), A. B. Freeman School of Business graduate business program

$802/credit hour (tuition only), School of Social Work

$292/credit hour (tuition o
nly), School of Continuing Studies


Tulane's class of 2015 is a diverse group, composed of over 1,600 students from 48 states and 21 foreign
countries: China, Japan, UK, Canada, Vietnam, Panama, Australia, Brunei, Costa Rica, Ecuador, India,
Italy, Nicaragua, Singapore, Switzerland, Spain, The Philippines, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, South
Africa, and Trinidad and Tobago.

The class of 2015 also boasts impressive credentials. Sixty percent of incoming first
year students were
in the top 10

percent of their high school class, and 90 percent were in the top 25 percent.


Average financial aid package awarded to 2011
12 entering first
year students with financial need:

Financial Aid


Tulane’s uptown campus includes 110 acres and 80 buildings, housing the majority of its schools
and colleges.

The F. Edward Hebert Research Center, near Belle Chasse, La., provides research facilities in
medicine and environme
ntal, behavioral and computer sciences.

The School of Continuing Studies has satellite campuses in Elmwood Business Park in Jefferson
Parish, La., Biloxi, Miss., and in Madison, Miss.

The downtown Health Sciences campus has several divisions: School of Me
dicine, School of
Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane Medical Center, Technology Services, and
Government Relations.

The North Shore campus is home to the Tulane National Primate Research Center in Covington,

The A.B. Freeman School of Business

offers Executive and Professional MBA programs at its
satellite campus in Houston, Texas.


The main

Tilton Memorial Library

houses the Latin American Library and the Maxwell
Music Libr
ary. The Rudolph Matas Library is located in the School of Medicine.

The Special Collections Division in Jones Hall includes the Hogan Jazz Archive, Southeastern
Architectural Archive, University Archives, Rare Books and Manuscripts and the Louisiana

Other libraries include architecture, botany, business, law, mathematics, natural history,
primate research, race relations and ethnic history and women’s studies.


NCAA Division I

Member of Conference USA

Nickname: Gr
een Wave

Mascot: Riptide, the pelican

Colors: Green and blue



Faculty: approximately 1,100

Staff: approximately 1,540


Scott S. Cowen
, president

Yvette M. Jones, executive vice president for university relations and development

Michael A. Bernstein, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost

hony P. Lorino, senior vice president for operations and chief financial officer

Benjamin P. Sachs, senior vice president and dean, School of Medicine

Charlie McMahon, vice president of information technology and chief technology officer

Victoria D. Johnso
n, general counsel

Anne P. Baños, vice president for administrative services

Richard P. Dickson, director of athletics


James M. Lapeyre, Jr., chair

38 active members

32 emeritus members

Board of Tulane


Senior Administrators


View the complete

Renewal Plan


Tulane University was
twice named by Kaplan/
's college guide as one of the 25 "Hot
Schools" in the nation in 2002 and 2008.

According to

U.S. News and World Report,

Tulane University is among the top national
universities in the United States, ranked 50th among the best

national universities and in the
top 24 for its service learning programs. The magazine also ranked Tulane sixth among "Up
Coming" schools and 42nd in its "High School Counselor's Picks."

The A.B. Freeman School of Business is highly ranked by numerou
s business publications.

Princeton Review



magazine rank the school 14th on its list of Top Graduate
Programs for Entrepreneurs.


magazine ranks it 52nd overall and 28th among private
universities; London's
Financial Times

ranks it
s EMBA program 64th internationally and 22nd
nationally and its MBA program 61st internationally and 35th nationally;

U.S. News and World

ranks its undergraduate program 46th and its MBA program 40th;


ranks its MBA program 20th nati
onally and 30th internationally;


ranks the MBA program 35th nationally.

U.S. News and World Report

ranked the School of Law 47th in the nation and its environmental
law program eighth.

In its most recent report, the

Gourman Report of

Undergraduate and Professional Programs in
American and International Universities

ranked Tulane's Latin American studies program second
in the United States.

U.S. News and World Report

ranked the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine 13th in
nation and its healthcare management program 25th.

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

ranked Tulane 40th among the country’s top 200 “best values in
private colleges.”

Tulane University ranked 32nd overall and 17th among private universities in income received
rom technology transfer.


ranked Tulane 19th among the country's 25 "most service
minded schools."

For more information about Tulane University:


This page lists all the Did You Know? items that have appeared on the Tulane University home page.


Celebrating its 10th year raising funds for Tulan
e student
athletes, the

Helluva Hullabaloo

offers exciting
auction items for everyone. Register for the live event or bid online now.

Paralegal studies students work with Orleans Public D
efenders through their First Appearances program
to provide pre
trial criminal defense assistance to people who need the services of an attorney but
cannot afford one.

The Tulane

Social Media

lists Tulane departments on Facebook, Twitter and other sites.

Architecture students are building a dedicated space for Mardi Gras Indian performances, cooking
demonstrations and classes on reading and health in the Upper 9th Ward.

With more th
an $60 million in research funding, the Tulane University School of Medicine has doubled
the research dollars from a decade ago.

Are you, or is someone you know, helping to make the world a better place?

Share your story.

Test your knowledge of Green Wave sports with “
The Smartest Tulane Fan
,” a free online game.

Tulane students are designing and building

Grow Dat
, an urban farm that will be operated by local high
school students.

John Klingman, a Tulane architecture professor, designed a new commuter shelter for the historic St.
Charles Avenue stree
tcar line.

winning recording artist Nicholas Payton is the Jazz Artist
Residence for the 2011
academic year.

In a course called “The Sweet Life,” Tulane students study the ties between sugar and New Orleans and
sample local treats like b
ananas Foster and Brocato’s Italian ice.

Tulane scientists have found a way to convert newspaper and other plant based materials into car fuel.

You can search the phone directory, check your grades or look up your schedule on the new




Tulane University Law School offered its first classes in December 1847, making it the 12th
oldest law
school in the United States.

The Tulane Center for Gene Therapy, established in 2000
, was the first major center in the U.S. to focus
on research using adult stem cells.

McAlister Auditorium was built in 1940 and is the world’s largest self
suspended concrete dome.

The Rare Books collection has some 50,000 titles dating from a leaf
of the Gutenberg Bible (ca. 1456) to
recent first editions.

The collection at the Meade Library for Natural History includes more than 700 journals in the aquatic
and natural sciences, with journals from more than 50 countries.

Tulane offers a gradua
te degree in Musicology with a concentration in Jazz Studies and New Orleans

Stored beneath the bleachers in Tulane Stadium for 24 years, mummies Got Thothi Aunk and Nefer
Atethu are the only Egyptians from 900 B.C. to attend the Super Bowl.

Assistant Professor Kyle Straub studies how groundwater flow impacts the rate of erosion.

Tulane researchers in multiple disciplines are collaborating on new treatments for triple
negative breast

President Obama has named Janet Woodka, a Tula
ne Law School graduate, the new federal coordinator
of rebuilding in the Gulf Coast region.

Dr. Regina Benjamin, who received an MBA from the A. B. Freeman School of Business, has been
nominated by President Barack Obama to be U.S. surgeon general.

hanks to research by Tulane students, the uptown campus is switching its toilet tissue and paper towel
products to a new supplier whose operations are “greener” and more sustainable.

Former Tulane volleyball player Sara Radosevic was named the 2008

09 C
onference USA Female Athlete
of the Year.

At a recent auction, a high
glaze vase from 1904 sold for $169,200, the world
record auction price for a
piece of Newcomb Pottery.

Tulane Law School students logged more than 19,000 pro bono hours in communit
y service during the
2009 academic year.

Tulane University will host the state Class 5A baseball tournament in 2010 and 2011 at Greer Field at
Turchin Stadium.

Tulane University ranked first in 2007

08 among U.S. and Canadian colleges and univer
sities in its
percentage of bachelor's degrees in engineering awarded to women.

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia cited an article written by Tulane Associate Professor of Law
Pamela Metzger in a recent ruling.

Tulane’s Disaster Management Leaders
hip Academy is the first university program in the nation to offer
training through the doctoral level in international disaster management.

Tulane researchers are studying the salamander’s ability to re
grow severed appendages, which could
lead to a br
eakthrough for humans who’ve lost limbs.

The Learning Commons, a new cyber cafe in Howard
Tilton Memorial Library, has desktop PCs and Macs
and outlets for wireless access.

The McAlister Place project, currently under construction, will transform
McAlister Drive into a
beautifully landscaped pedestrian walkway.

Ruth's Hospitality Group has donated the site of Ruth's Chris Steak House on Broad Street in New
Orleans to Tulane for the creation of a community health center.

Tulane is celebrating
its 175th anniversary during its 2009

Homecoming Week
. Events run Sunday, Oct. 4
through Sunday, Oct. 11.

Former NFL quarterback and Tulane football player Shaun King will co
chair this year’s


Auction & Party on Oct. 9. Auction participants can bid on an ESPN experience hosted by

To kick off

omecoming Weekend
, Tulanians will volunteer to help New Orleans low
residents make the switch from incandescent bulbs to energy efficient compact fluorescent lights.

Tulane parents and alumni from around the world will join the 2009


in celebrating the
university’s 175 years of excellence. Special events will be held for alumni with class reunion years.

Tulane students invented SafeSnip, a device to cut infant umbilical

chords in a sanitary manner.

The Newcomb Music Department is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.

Green Wave coaches and student


about their sports and life at Tulane.

You can follow

your favorite Green Wave athletics teams on


You can share your Tulane photos & videos and connect with friends on


Gene Koss has headed the glass program at Tulane University since 1976. Under his guidance the Pace
Willson Glass Studio is now a world
class glass facility.

The Carnegie Corp. of New York awarded Tulane President Scott Cowen its prestigious Ac
Leadership Award.

Bingo night, poker tournaments and concerts are among the late
night activities presented on campus
by the Tulane After Dark program.

The Tulane Museum of Natural History received a grant of nearly $1.2 million to redesign a
computer program it developed to help researchers catalog natural history collections.

Astronaut Doug Hurley, a 1988 engineering graduate, is the first Tulane alumnus to travel in space.

Tulane’s newest satellite campus will open in 2010 in
Madison, Mississippi.

Author Junot Díaz visited campus as the author of the 2009 Tulane Reading Project book,

The Brief
Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

Tulane University is participating in the Ashoka U Changemaker Campus Consortium, a highly selective
rogram focused on social entrepreneurship.

Tulane University surgeons have developed a new, less
invasive procedure to preserve speech and
swallowing functions in patients being treated for head and neck cancers.

A study of the 2009 Mardi Gras season

by two professors at Tulane University estimates the total direct
economic impact and brand value of Mardi Gras on the New Orleans economy at approximately $322.2


ranked the Tulane School of Architecture one of the nation’s
“Hidden Gems of
Architecture Education.”

Composer Tae Hong Park teaches students to apply complex algorithms to create digital music in the
music science and technology program at Tulane.

Charlie Clausner, a drummer and first
year student at Tulane,
and his band, Nerds in Disguise, won a
2009 MTV Video Music Award for Best Performance in a Pepsi Rock Band Video.

Tulane Law School is the only law school in the United States to offer an LLM in admiralty.

Founded in 1966, the Community Action Counc
il of Tulane University Students, or CACTUS, is one of the
oldest continually operating student
run volunteer groups in the nation.

The Arbor Day Foundation named Tulane a 2009 Tree Campus USA in recognition of the university’s
forestry management and e
nvironmental stewardship.

Tulane alumnus Doug Ellin is the creator of the HBO comedy
drama “Entourage.”

The Tulane School of Architecture received a $1 million gift from an anonymous donor to continue its
work linking the curriculum to the community.

Photography by William Brumfield, a professor of Germanic and Slavic Studies, documents the
architecture of Russian Siberia, including churches and neglected buildings.

Download the

Tulane iPhone App

today to keep up with the latest news, sports & events at Tulane

With 5,173 employees (excluding students)

52 percent of whom live in New Or

Tulane is the
largest private employer in the city, and one of the largest in the Greater New Orleans area.

Almost a quarter of all Tulane alumni are Louisiana residents, including about 16 percent who are
residents of New Orleans.

Research s
pending at Tulane has increased 76 percent since 2002 at an average annual increase of
nearly 10 percent.

Of 2,430 licensed MD’s practicing in New Orleans, 380 (or 15.6 percent) are graduates of the School of

Tulane University accounts for
approximately $920 million in annual economic activity and has directly
and indirectly created 10,600 jobs throughout Louisiana.

Approximately 30 percent of all New Orleans residents who have associate, bachelor’s or higher degrees
are graduates of Tula

Tulane is one of the largest importers of human capital into the state, attracting high
achieving students,
paid faculty, staff and visitors to New Orleans.

About 23 percent of all Tulane students are from New Orleans, and about eight percen
t come from
elsewhere in Louisiana.

Approximately 83 percent of Tulane’s revenues are derived from sources outside New Orleans,
reflecting higher education’s position as one of the city’s leading “export” industries.

Tulane received more applications

in 2010 than any other private university in the United States.

Tulane junior Janine Fellows participated in the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open, the most prestigious
tournament for female golfers.

To commemorate the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, h
undreds of Tulane volunteers will blanket
the city in a

Wave of Green

Construction will begin in November 2010 for a new $13 million basketball and volleyball practice facility.


oil spill

response team includes experts in the environmental, legal, economic
and health issues arising from the disaster.

Tulane University will receive approximately $11.2 million to
establish an International Center of
Excellence in Malaria Research for West and Central Africa.

Tulane Special Collections preserves modern day ephemera such as ticket stubs, brochures, fliers and

are accepted.

The coldest game (39 degrees) in Super Bowl history took place in 1972 at Tulane Stadium.

Tulane Law School alumnus Jonathan Hensleigh wrote "Die Hard: With a Vengeance," "Jumanji" and

Two Tulane medical students fou
nded Don't Weight to Lose, a nonprofit organization designed to
educate New Orleans residents about maintaining a healthy weight and improving their food choices.

The GRAMMY music awards got its name from alumna Jay Danna, who suggested it in a nationwi
contest because when she used to play the gramophone too loud, her mother would yell at her to “turn
down the grammy.”

Two new Green Wave women’s sports

bowling and sand volleyball

will begin competition in 2011

Tulane students, faculty an
d staff doubled the population of New Orleans when classes resumed in
January 2006.

View the interview with Ana Lopez
, associate provost.

The Howard Tilton Memorial Library went from havi
ng eight feet of water in its basement to opening for
classes in just four months following hurricane Katrina.

View the interview with Lance Query
, dean of
libraries and academic in
formation resources.

Tulane students attended more than 600 universities during the fall 2005 semester.

View the interview
with Mike Hogg
, vice president for student affairs.

The Green Wave football team played the entire 2005 season without one home game.

View the
interview with Rick Dickson
, director of athletics.

Tulane medical residents logged more than
20,000 hours of public service in temporary clinics and
shelters in the month following Hurricane Katrina.

View the interview with Jeff Wiese
, associate dean for
graduate medical education.


Tulane iPhone app

has been installed more than 4,300 times by users in over 25 countries.

Tulane Empowers

people to solve the world’s greatest problems.

The Green Wave football team wrote and
performed this original rap song, “
Tulane (Bringing the Pain)

Tulane researchers have determined that there are no lasting respiratory health effects from mold
exposure in New Orleans after

Hurricane Katrina.

Tulane University has the world’s largest Mardi Gras bead recycling program.

Researchers at the Tulane National Primate Research Center discovered that the ancestor of HIV is
between 32,000 and 75,000 years older than previously t
hought and may even date back a million years.

Tulane researchers conducted a study that shows a 2005 storm killed half a billion trees in the Amazon
rain forest.

The Tulane School of Architecture is launching a new master’s degree program in sustain
able real estate

Dr. Oliver Sartor of the Tulane Cancer Center co
led a major international clinical trial with promising
results for a new prostate cancer drug.

The new Newcomb Pottery Garden showcases native trees and plants that inspi
red Newcomb artists.

Tulane law students are helping

Mardi Gras Indians

get copyright protection for their beautiful hand
sewn suits.

Tulane volunteers work with

public school students

and inspire them to dream big.

Students at Tulane developed software that tracks damage from the recent

oil spill

A Tulane
operated neighborhood clinic helps people who would otherwise have to choose between
medicine or groceries

Tulane men's basketball

coach Ed Conroy is starting his first season with the Green Wave.

Lisa Stockton, head coach for

women's basketball
, h
as her team ready to defend its CUSA title.

Cross Fire
, the latest James Patterson thriller is dedicated to Tulane president Scott Cowen and contains
a character named for him.

Tulane engineering students have a patent pending for a new, simpler and
less expensive method to
detect malaria.

The week of Jan. 17 marks the 25th anniversary of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Week for Peace
, a
collaboration between Tulane, Xavier, Loyola and Dillard universiti

Tulane students use


to teach science and teamwork at elementary schools.

Through tutoring, Tulane students are helping cultivate New Orleans'

musical traditions

Tulane has created a new graduate degree program for those planning careers in the

energy industry

Tulane researchers are
developing a low

mosquito trap

to fight the spread of dengue fever.

Tulane researchers have tested a new way to reduce children’s exposure to

lluted soil


playgrounds with clean dirt.

Tulane Hillel has built a new center that will provide a welcoming space for the university’s Jewish

11 is the 100th season of Green Wave basketball. Over the first 100 seasons, Tula
ne has racked up
over 1,000 wins and had 30 players reach the 1,000 career points milestone.

The Tulane Marching Band will participate in four parades during the 2011 Carnival season, including the
Krewe of Rex on Mardi Gras.

The Rudolph Matas Librar
y at the School of Medicine is named after the physician known as the “Father
of Vascular Surgery,” who invented more than 20 surgical procedures during his 42 years teaching at the

A. Baldwin Wood, an engineering graduate, designed in 1913 the
Wood screw pump that is still used
today to keep the streets of New Orleans dry.

Tulane Law School is the first law school in the United States to publish a student
edited maritime law
review, the Tulane Maritime Law Journal.

The new

Tulane for Life

Facebook App lets alumni view old photos and yearbooks and interact with
former classmates.

In 2010, 1,465 reusable cups sold in Tulane dining halls were refil
led 6,500 times.

Tulane students gave over 7,500 hours to environmental
related service organizations in 2010.

"So Undercover," a new action
comedy starring Miley Cyrus, was filmed at Tulane University and was
written by Steven Pearl, a Tulane alumnu

Looking sharp? Thank Tulane graduate Ruth Rogan Benerito, who saved the cotton industry with her
discovery of a method for creating wrinkle
resistant cotton.

Douglas G. Hurley (E '88) piloted the Atlantis for the final space shuttle mission.

is spring, Tulane alumni clubs have provided over 4.76 tons of crawfish to alumni across the country
and in Puerto Rico at more than 20 crawfish boil parties, most featuring live Cajun music. The largest
gathering of Tulane mudbug
lovers is at the Boat Bas
in on the Hudson River in New York City in June
with 800 people.

Find ways to connect with Tulane on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and more on the

Social Media Index

Medical student William Kethman’s

fledgling company won the 2011 New Orleans Entrepreneur Week
IDEApitch challenge for their SafeSnip device.

Tulane students are working to help

Circle Foods Store

in the 7th ward.

At the Oz
anam Inn, Tulane medical students provide

care to the homeless

The Tulane Victory Bell was dedicated in memory of Bobby J. Boudreau, a much
beloved Green Wave

Dinwiddie Hall is Tulane’s
first Gold LEED
certified building.

Tulane architecture students designed and built URBANbuild’s first

certified home

, the Center for Engaged Learn
ing and Teaching can help Tulane students find funding for
independent research and projects.

Social work students created an arts program to help children deal with trauma after the 2010 Haitian

Students work with the United Houma Nation

to find “lost” members who scattered after the Gulf oil
spill and hurricanes.

A new clinic at the Tulane Cancer Center helps families determine if they’re at higher risk for colon

The Peace Corps ranks the Tulane School of Public Health and
Tropical Medicine as the second largest
Master’s International program in the United States.

The Tulane

smartphone app

is now available for both the iPhone and Android.

Sand volleyball, led by head

coach Amy Williamson, begins competition in August 2011.

The Green Wave

women’s bowling team
, which is beginning its first season, has a unique practice venue

New Orlea
ns’ own Rock ‘n’ Bowl.

The Green Wave men’s and women’s basketball and women’s volleyball teams will have a new practice
facility this fall with the opening of the Hertz Center.

Five Green Wave student
athletes earned All
America honors in 2010
11 in

track and field, baseball,
football, golf and swimming.

Tulane head women’s basketball coach Lisa Stockton and head baseball coach Rick Jones are the longest
tenured coaches in Conference USA in their respective sports. In 2010
11, Stockton earned her
career victory, while Jones registered his 1000th career win.

The S
AFE Center “Youth Ticket Initiative” provides free tickets to Green Wave sporting events to New
Orleans public elementary school students.

The Weatherhead Foundation has pledge
d $50 million to Tulane to fund


for students with a
passion for community service.

Tulane University will conduct a $6.5 million study into the

effects of the Deepwater Horizon disaster

the health of pregnant women.

Tulane physicist

John Perdew

is a newly elected member in the prestigi
ous National Academy of


2011 Reading Project

selection is

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

by Rebecca Skloot.

Social enterprise guru Rick Aubrey is Tulane’s first assistant provost for

civic engagement and social

Tulane students and faculty collaborated to produce a book written in the

lost Tunica language

Check in with Tulane and share campus tips on


American Routes
, a weekly two
hour public radio program devot
ed to music and culture from the Gulf
South and beyond, is produced at Tulane University.


is syndicated to over 250 stations, with more
than half a million listeners.

Sign up to receive

's weekly playlis

Tulane University is ranked 13th among medium
sized schools (3,000
9,900 undergraduates) for the
number of its graduates who make up Teach for America’s 2011 corps.

You can use the

Mobile Bus Tracker

to track Tulane shuttle bus locations on your computer or

On a lecture tour across the nation, Gertrude Stein spoke at Dixon Hall in 1935.

The Tulane motto is "Non sibi, sed suis," translated as "not for
one's self, but for one's own."

Tulane's athletic teams are known as the

Green Wave

after a song written in 1920 by Earl Sparling, then
editor of the


Students in Tulane's School of Architec

URBANbuild program

are building new homes and designing
neighborhoods for New Orleans residents.


A.B. Freeman School o
f Business

is home to Burkenroad Reports, the acclaimed student
run stock
analysis program. MBA and undergraduate business students in this course work in small teams to
analyze one public company each. The teams visit top management, develop financial mod
els and
publish extensive investment research reports.

The Student Hurricane Network, co
founded by Tulane

law students
, attracted over 2,700 volunteers to
provide legal assistance to Gulf Coast residents affec
ted by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Tulane physicians and medical students began the

Tulane Community Health Center

at Covenant House
in the days following Hurricane Katrina. The free clinic has see
n over 13,000 patients since then.

The academic home for all of Tulane's undergraduate students,

Tulane College

services for students, including advising, honors, study abroad and a variety of
innovative student


biomedical engineering

students participate in an annual design contest to develop devices that
benefit the disabled.

An avid interest in current urban issues prompted

School of Social Work

to expand its offerings to
include eight undergraduate courses beginning in Fall 2007.

Tulane is home to the

Hogan Jazz Archive
, the world's premier source of recordings, photographs and
books about New Orleans jazz from its traditional roots to its modern form. Today the archive works
with private collectors and musicians to preserve local legacies nearl
y lost in Hurricane Katrina.


includes the Convocation for New Students and Their Families, an opportunity for President
Scott Cowen to welcome new Tulanians and introduce them

to some of Tulane's academic traditions.


Tulane National Primate Research Center
, one of eight centers that make up the National Primate
Research Center Program funded by the National Institutes of
Health (NIH), is a leader in infectious
diseases research.


Newcomb College Institute

is an academic center offering educational and co
curricular programs
designed to enhance women's education at Tulane

University. The institute's mission furthers a 120
year old Newcomb legacy of providing all undergraduate women students with programs, tools and
experiences to enhance their leadership and scholarship.

All eight of Tulane's

Green Wave athletics

teams ranked well above the national averages in the NCAA's
most recent Academic Performance Rates. Each of the eight sports boasted a score of 940 or better,
including cross
country with a high of 989.


after the residential college system that originated at Oxford and Cambridge universities in
England, the

Wall Residential College

integrates academic and residential life.

Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest and the Tennes
see Williams Festival are just a few of the unique events you'll
experience as a Tulane student in New Orleans.


Center for Public Service

at Tulane University was started in 2006 to ensure that our students are

learning outside the classroom and giving back to the community. Tulane is currently offering over 60
courses that have service
learning components.

The university is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, a select group of t
62 leading research universities in the United States and Canada.

Tulane undergraduates

enjoy a
number of research opportunities.

In 1912, the Tulane School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine was establi
shed. The first such institution
in the United States, it was the precursor of the

School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

At this year's Homecoming on Oct. 27, all marching band alumni are invited to pl
ay with the

Marching Band
, in the stands or on the field at halftime. Director Barry Spanier has created new
arrangements of Green Wave classics such as the

Tulane Fight Song

Roll On, Tulane
, and the


President Scott Cowen has been "blogging" to the Tulane community since 2001, with his weekly
Tulane Talk

Senior running back

Matt Forté

is leading the NCAA in rushing, and is a candidate for multiple national
football awards, including the Maxwell Award and the Heisman Trophy.

Did you know that you can watch free

features & interviews

with Green Wave coaches and student
athletes on the web?

Provost Michael Bernstein, who joined Tulane in July 2007 from the University of California at San Diego,
is a hist
ory professor whose teaching and research interests focus on the economic and political history
of the United States, macroeconomic theory, industrial organization economics, and the history of
economic theory. Learn more about his duties as


Benjamin P. Sachs

is the new senior vice president and dean of the School of Medicine. Before coming to
Tulane in November 2007, he held several a
ppointments at Harvard Medical School, where he helped
create the research team that discovered the probable cause of preeclampsia, one of the leading causes
of maternal and infant mortality and morbidity worldwide.


Reily Center

at Tulane offers ballroom, belly, salsa and swing dance lessons? All classes offer a free
“Intro” class before the session officially begins, so people can try it out, meet the instructor and decide
if the class is right for them. F
or more information please contact Michelle Riley Mirpuri at (504) 314
2079 or e

Tulane University’s

A. B. Freeman School of Business

has p
artnered with Reuters and Trading
Technologies to enable students to experience true, real
time market trading conditions right in the
classroom. The first
kind teaching simulation brings the systems used in most commercial trading
houses to Freeman
’s trading center, a $2.5 million state
art classroom built to mimic a trading

Researchers at Tulane University’s

School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

are using a $14 million
grant from t
he Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to fight HIV/AIDS in eight developing
countries that lack the large
scale public health resources to track HIV infections.

Tulane will host the inaugural Clinton Global Initiative University, a program crea
ted by former President
Bill Clinton to harness the energy and knowledge of college students to solve some of the world's most
pressing problems. Students can

sign up now

for this star
studded event, which will include Clinton,
Lauren Bush, James Carville, Dave Eggers, Cornel West, and more.

At the first


address for the Tulane Medical

School in 1836, the dean delivered his
speech in Latin.

Twelve medical degrees were issued during the first Tulane


held on April 5, 1836.

Tulane University’s

uptown campus

was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

Twelve Louisiana governors attended Tulane University.

After Hurricane Katrina, Tulane opened its doors to the Louisiana Phi
lharmonic Orchestra, the New
Orleans Ballet and the New Orleans Opera to perform on its campus.


Bruff Dining Room

uses 30,200 pounds of potatoes each year.

The St. Charles Avenue streetcar pas
ses Gibson Hall 100 times a day.

Tulane won the NCAA


championship in 1959.

Students can learn 26 different

foreign languages

at Tulane.

Gibson Hall

was built in 1894 by Thomas Nicholson and Company of Chicago for $117,849.

The diverse student body at Tulane represents all 50 states and more than 40 different countries.


, the student run university newspaper, prints 4,000 copies each week.



are ranked among the top 120 research libraries in Nor
th America.

Dr. Rudolph Matas invented more than 20 surgical procedures including the Matas operation for
aneurysms during his 42 years teaching at the

medical school

The first Tulane

study abroad

program began in 1954 at the University of Birmingham in the U.K.

The Tulane Stadium was home to the New Orleans Saints from 1967


One of the world’s most extensive collections of

Mardi Gras memorabilia

is housed in a Special
Collections Archive on Tulane’s campus.

Tulane University owns approximately 50,000 acres of land in five states

Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas,
and New Mexico.

Did you know that Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine now offers a
master’s degree with a concentration in

disaster management

Did you know that Tulane has one of

the largest programs in the world in which students concurrently
earn their master’s of

public health




James Carville and Mary Matalin's commencement
address will be the first to feature a husband and
wife as speakers.

5,000 specially made Tulane Commencement 2008 beads will be given to graduates and their guests.

Tulane will drop 1,500 commemorative beach balls and balloons to celebrate the
conclusion of the
Undergraduate Diploma Ceremony.

17,000 soft drinks and bottles of water will be available during Wave Goodbye.

1,500 crawfish pies and 3,000 portions of jambalaya will be served at Wave Goodbye.

6,000 barbecued oysters will be se
rved at this year's Wave Goodbye party.

Over 2,000 commemorative second line handkerchiefs will be distributed at the Unified Ceremony.

The Tulane stadium that once stood on campus was home to Super Bowls IV, VI and IX.

There are a total of 68 alu
mni clubs around the world; 59 are in the U.S. and nine are international.

Tulane was founded in 1834 before California became a state in 1850. (ALSO, Arkansas became a state
in 1836, Michigan in 1837, Florida in 1845, Texas in 1845).

The first arti
sts played on WTUL radio were the Beatles.

WTUL radio can be heard worldwide via webcast at

There is a blarney stone on the uptown campus outside of Stanley Thomas Hall.

Gibson Hal
l is named for Randall Lee Gibson, a Confederate general, U.S. senator from Louisiana and the
first president of the Tulane board.

Dinwiddie Hall is named for Albert Bledsoe Dinwiddie, professor of mathematics and president of Tulane
from 1918


The current Navy ROTC building on the corner of Freret Street and McAlister Drive was built in 1912 as
the university’s first gymnasium.

The Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is the only public health school in the country
with the
words “tropical medicine” in its name.

Before he took the fashion world by storm, designer Geoffrey Beene studied medicine at Tulane
University for three years.

Tulane University’s uptown campus stands on land that was a sugar plantation in the late

1700s and site
of the World’s Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition of 1884.

Tulane played in the Sugar Bowl twice

in 1935 and 1940.

Over 25 parades traditionally roll down the historic St. Charles Avenue every Mardi Gras season.

On Janua
ry 1, 1932, Tulane football played the University of Southern California for the national
championship in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

The Howard
Tilton Memorial Library houses more than 2 million print volumes, 8,000 current serials,
and inv
ests more than $1.7 million a year in its digital collections.

Tulane is one of the few major research universities in the country where full time faculty regardless of
rank or position teach undergraduates.

Tulane is the only highly research
ve school in the country that includes public service as a
graduation requirement.

The incoming medical school class, the largest in school history, was selected from more than 8,000

American Route

is celebrating 10 years on the air. Tulane recently became a co
producer of the popular
radio program.

In their Best of New Orleans 2008 issue, Gambit Weekly lists Tulane as the Best Place to Work Locally.

In 2008, Tulane President Scott Cowen sign
ed the

American College and University Presidents Climate
, demonstrating Tulane’s commitment to achieve climate neutrality.

Billionaire investor Warren Buffet shared life lessons and

investment strategies with a group of Tulane
students recently.

Six modern sculptures are installed on the uptown campus as part of the Sculpture for New Orleans

Tulane is hosting “Shirin Neshat: Women Without Men,” an exhibit that is part
of the citywide

Prospect.1 New Orleans

Tulane raised more than $730 million with

Promise and Distinction: The Campaign for Tulan

Endowed chairs and professorships have increased 116 percent over the past 10 years.


School of Medicine

is opening community health clinics across the city to offer high
preventative care

to the uninsured.

The Lavin
Bernick Center for University Life renovation was named one of the

Top Ten Green Projects

the United States in 2008 by AIA/COTE.

Tulane finished s
econd in the country, receiving an A+ grade in the second annual Glass Ceiling Report
Card for providing coaching opportunities for women.

Tulane students are featured in “Architecture School,” the critically acclaimed Sundance Channel
documentary serie

The Tulane marching band will march in four parades in 2009, including Rex on Mardi Gras Day.


Mardi Gras Collection

is an online exhibition of classic carnival float designs,
ball invitations,
photographs and more dating from the 1800s to modern times.

Lisa Jackson, President Barack Obama’s choice to head the Environmental Protection Agency, is a
graduate of Tulane. She graduated summa cum laude in 1983 with a bachelor's deg
ree in chemical

Tulane standout Matt Forte just completed a stellar rookie season as the Chicago Bears’ starting running
back with 1,238 rushing yards and 8 touchdowns.

The Lavin
Bernick Center for University Life at Tulane is among only

nine buildings chosen by the AIA to
receive the 2009 Institute Honor Award for Architecture.

Tulane professor and American Routes producer Nick Spitzer leads Tulane students in projects with
folklorists and oral historians to record and preserve local

Psychology professor Janet Ruscher and a team of students are tracking post
Katrina mental health in
New Orleans.

Assistant professor So’Nia Gilkey and students in the School of Social Work are evaluating transitional
housing services for
the homeless in New Orleans.

Charles Figley, an internationally renowned expert in disaster
related mental health, has joined the
Tulane University School of Social Work.

Tulane University will be the host school for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final F
our in 2012.

Political strategist James Carville is teaching a course at Tulane this semester called “The 2008
Presidential Election.”

Dr. David Blask, a widely acclaimed expert on the health implications of exposure to light at night, has
joined Tul
ane University School of Medicine.

Tulane anthropologist John Verano co
authored an article on the ancient Incas’ skill at skull surgery that
is being hailed by National Geographic News as a top find in 2008.

Dr. Timothy S. Harlan of the School of Me
dicine, known as

Dr. Gourmet

in cyberspace, has launched a
new, free online meal planning program.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has selected Tulane for its Community
Engagement Classif