After the Tulane University administration returned to New Orleans, a website was created to document the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Visitors to the site shared their experiences on this message board. To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the hurricane and catastrophic levee failures, we invite you to share your memories again, read memories shared by others and to watch and listen to these audio and video accounts.
Tulane University administrators share their memories of Hurricane Katrina and the recovery efforts in these recordings.
This video was recorded when she came back to Tulane in November 2005 to retrieve her son's belongings.
Watch his speech from an event celebrating the reopening of universities in New Orleans.
Mitchell, B.S., H. Ashbaugh, J. Prindle, and V.T. John, “From Survival to Renewal - Katrina and its Aftermath at Tulane's Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department,” Chem. Eng. Ed., 40, 80-87 (2006).
The Tulane City Center houses the School of Architecture’s urban research and outreach programs. This booklet contains a list of projects the Center has undertaken since Hurricane Katrina. (updated Spring 2010)
Tulane Lawyer is published by the Tulane Law School and is sent to the school’s alumni, faculty, staff and friends. This issue chronicles the experience of the Tulane Law School during the Katrina semester.
Tulane Physics Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1, October 12, 2007, highlights post-Katrina facts and shows how the Physics Department is one of the leaders in building the new Tulane.
A course on the geology of the Katrina Disaster in New Orleans taught by Stephen A. Nelson, Dept. Earth & Environmental Sciences.
Faculty, undergraduates and graduate students in the Mathematics Department describe their perspectives after Katrina through video in this January 2006 online newsletter.
Fall 2006 newsletter from the Department of Biomedical Engineering was the first published after Hurricane Katrina.
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