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Tulane University: Twitter chats can promote healthy behaviors, study says

Tulane University: Twitter chats can promote healthy behaviors, study says. “Looking for ways to keep health-related resolutions, like weight loss and healthy eating? Social media might help. 36 more words

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Tulane to host virtual panel with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

NEW ORLEANS — Tulane University will host a discussion between Pulitzer Prize-winning political journalist Ron Suskind and National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden at the end of the month. 177 more words

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Pizza and the Playbook: Mike Dunleavy, Sr.

METAIRIE, La. — This week on Pizza and the Playbook Tulane Men’s Basketball Head Coach, Mike Dunleavy, Sr., sits-down with Karen Loftus at That’s Amore Pizzeria to talk about making the move from the NBA to the college game, why Tulane has been such a good fit, and how coaching college athletes differs from coaching professional athletes. 386 more words

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Alumni Mentoring Programs at Tulane University

The founder of the real estate investment firm RLB Squared, Geoff Block is a former Wall Street executive with a resume that includes past experience providing strategic guidance to Crown Growth Partners. 278 more words

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Tulane English professor awarded MacArthur 'genius grant'

NEW ORLEANS – A celebrated author and associate professor of English at Tulane University has been named a 2017 MacArthur Fellow and a recipient of one of the coveted “genius grants.” 237 more words

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EJGH set to change management in early 2018

METAIRIE – East Jefferson General Hospital may soon be under new management.

The Metairie hospital has signed a letter of intent with University Healthcare System, L.C., which is a partnership between HCA Healthcare and Tulane University, EJGH announced this morning. 93 more words

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Political strategist James Carville leaving Tulane to teach at LSU

BATON ROUGE — Legendary political consultant James Carville is leaving Tulane University to teach in the mass communication department at LSU in January.

Carville, who has taught at Tulane University in New Orleans for nine years, will teach in the LSU Manship School’s political communication concentration. 305 more words

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